PUMA Golf partners with Golf Canada & CN Future Links

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(Golf Canada/ Jennifer Weeks)

Pointe Claire, Que.PUMA Golf Canada and Golf Canada have announced a three-year partnership in which PUMA will become the official apparel sponsor of the CN Future Links junior development program in Canada.

Committed to ensuring the future of the game through affordable and accessible programs, CN Future Links is a joint initiative of Golf Canada, the PGA of Canada and Canada’s provincial golf associations which offers a full suite of programs for boys and girls ages 6-18, from first timers to those with a high degree of experience and playing ability.

CN Future Links junior programs help young golfers develop the technical skills, appropriate attitude and self-confidence to succeed on the course, while teaching them the positive life lessons to succeed off the course.

“The CN Future Links program has had a long and successful history with junior development in Canada and we are extremely happy to support this great initiative” said Dave Burgess, Senior Marketing Manager, PUMA Golf Canada. “We are excited to enter into this partnership and honoured to work alongside such a great and professional organization.”

Burgess goes onto mention, “Some of our athletes such as Rickie Fowler and newly adopted Canadian, Graham DeLaet have had a strong influence towards golf fashion in the past few years. We are happy that juniors will now have access to some of these products through their involvement in the CN Future Links”.

”We are thrilled with PUMA Golf Canada’s decision to align their vibrant brand with Canada’s national junior golf program,” said Golf Canada CEO Scott Simmons. “Without question, PUMA Golf brings excitement to golf fashion and represents a tremendous opportunity to help CN Future Links engage more youth in quality golf activities.”

PUMA Golf will support the CN Future Links by providing registration incentives, program prizing and staff apparel.