Columbia Sportswear has announced the roster of PGA athletes who will wear and promote the brand’s recently launched Columbia Golf line.
Ten PGA players will compete in Columbia’s Golf collection of performance apparel and outerwear on the 2016 PGA tour.
The PGA players competing in the Columbia Golf collection this season are:
- Jon Curran
- Robert Garrigus
- Brian Harman
- Mark Hubbard
- Patton Kizzire
- Jason Kokrak
- Ryan Palmer
- Martin Piller
- Shawn Stefani
- Boo Weekley
“It is important to us that every member of the Columbia Golf team has a passion for the outdoors, whether it’s hunting, hiking or fishing,” said Joe Boyle, senior VP of Columbia Brand Merchandising and Design.
Columbia is also sponsoring Scott Hamilton, director of Golf and Instruction at Cartersville Country Club in Georgia, and Trey Mullinax, currently competing on the WEB.com tour.
In addition, all the Columbia players’ caddies will receive Columbia Golf product to keep them comfortable and focused as they support their pros throughout the season.
According to the company, the Columbia Golf collection is built for all the dynamic weather conditions athletes continually face on the course.
Comprised of colorful new styles of classic polos, breathable rainwear and windbreakers, and performance shorts and pants, the collection features superior mobility and comfort, and incorporates key technologies, including Omni-Freeze ZERO sweat-cooling fabrics, Omni-Tech waterproof breathability and Omni-Shade sun protection.
Columbia Golf is available in top sporting goods retailers, on-course pro shops, golf specialty stores and online.
Columbia, the flagship brand of Portland, Oregon-based Columbia Sportswear Company, has been creating apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment for outdoor enthusiasts since 1938.
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