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The R&A launches One Club membership initiative for golf fans worldwide

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St Andrews, Scotland: The R&A today launched One Club, an evolution of its direct-to-consumer membership initiative designed to transform how fans and golfers around the world experience the sport year-round. 

One Club is free to join and provides members with a comprehensive array of year-round benefits, rewards, exclusive content and unique access to The Open, AIG Women’s Open and other prestigious R&A Championships. This includes the launch of a new global streaming service, R&A TV, powered by Endeavor Streaming.

It will also offer fans money-can’t-buy experiences and access to premium coaching and playing opportunities, allowing avid golfers and fans to take their passion for the sport to the next level. Members can interact directly through the platform by providing user-generated content and sharing their own stories and experiences of golf.

“We want golf to be more accessible and appealing for people of all ages and backgrounds,” said Neil Armit, Chief Commercial Officer at The R&A. “One Club helps to achieve this by bringing fans and golfers closer to the sport they love, whether that is through the excitement and drama of our Major Championships or the enjoyment they derive from playing the sport year-round.”

Key membership features of One Club include:

One Club is now available to sign up for free. For more information and a full listing of launch partners and benefits, visit OneClub.golf.

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Puma Golf Announces New Arnold Palmer Collection

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Get ready to tee off in style as PUMA Golf unveils the latest PUMA Golf x Arnold Palmer Collection.

Known for his unparalleled charisma and impeccable fashion sense, The King himself continues to inspire generations of golfers and style mavens alike.

In a celebration of Arnie’s enduring legacy, this collaboration pays homage to The King’s iconic influence on the game and its fashion evolution, blending timeless charm with a dash of contemporary flair.

Designed to turn heads on and off the course, the PUMA Golf x Arnold Palmer Collection features sleek and sophisticated looks that redefine golf fashion. From classic polos to stylish caps and limited-edition footwear, each piece exudes the essence of Arnie’s signature style.

PUMA athlete Rickie Fowler, who shared a special bond with the late Mr. Palmer, will proudly sport the collection at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, honoring The King’s unparalleled legacy with every swing.

“We’re thrilled to collaborate with the Arnold Palmer team to bring the AP Collection to life,” said Chris MacNeill, Team Head of PLM – Golf Apparel & Accessories at PUMA Golf. “Our aim is to capture the essence of Mr. Palmer’s timeless style, blending classic colors and premium materials to create pieces he’d be proud to wear himself.”

The 2024 Spring/Summer PUMA Golf x Arnold Palmer collection features a stunning lineup of six polos, a sleek full-zip jacket, pleated shorts, stylish caps, a chic golf visor, and four limited-edition footwear styles. Each piece bears the iconic umbrella logo, celebrating The King’s lasting legacy and setting the LE shoes apart with their unique flair.

Among the highlights are the PHANTOMCAT NITRO™ version, boasting cutting-edge technology, and the Avant version, crafted from premium waterproof leather and sporting a sophisticated color palette.

Get ready to elevate your golf game and channel your inner Arnie because the Arnold Palmer Collection hits online and retail stores on March 4, 2024. Don’t miss your chance to score these stylish pieces and make a statement on the green!

For more information on the 2024 PUMA GOLF x Arnold Palmer Collection, visit ca.pumagolf.com.

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GJAC announces Year End Player of the Year and Story of the Year Awards

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Nick Taylor (Bernard Brault/ Golf Canada)

TORONTO – The Golf Journalists Association of Canada (GJAC) has announced their golf story of the year, as well as various Player of the Year awards for the 2023 season.

“GJAC is pleased to recognize Canadian professional and amateur golfers again this year with our year end player and Canadian golf story of the year awards,” said Mike Johnny, President of the Golf Journalists Association of Canada. “Golf continues to thrive across Canada.  Participation remains high and consistent with its success at the grassroots, the professional and amateur play of Canadians is also at an all-time high.  Nick Taylor’s iconic victory at the RBC Canadian Open is symbolic of the successes enjoyed in the game of golf by Canadians across professional and amateur competition.”

Without further ado; here is the story of the year and Players of the Year for the 2023 season

Nick Taylor’s Historic Win Named GJAC Story of the Year

Nick Taylor’s victory at Oakdale Golf and Country Club in dramatic fashion in a playoff over Tommy Fleetwood was voted as the golf story of the year.  Having a Canadian win our national open championship is special, but the matter in which it was achieved; sinking a 72-foot putt in a sudden-death playoff, capped a moment Canadian golf fans will never forget.

Nick Taylor Named Male Professional of the Year

A career-defining moment gave Canadian golf fans a feeling they have been waiting for since Mike Weir’s win at the 2003 Masters.

While the twenty-years in-between saw quite a few notable Canadian performances – no year had been more prominent than 2023.

Along with Taylor’s win at Oakdale Golf and Country Club, Mackenzie Hughes captured the Sanderson Farms Championship, Adam Svensson broke through for his first PGA TOUR title at The RSM Classic, and Corey Conners won the Valero Texas Open for the second time. Adam Hadwin also added three runner-up finishes this past season.

Of course, it was Taylor’s win that stood out and makes him our Player of the Year, as voted by GJAC members. 

Brooke Henderson named Female Professional Player of the Year

Once again, the most decorated Canadian professional player collected more than enough votes among GJAC members to be named the Female Professional of the Year.

Brooke made Canadians proud (which she has done perennially in her career) with an early-season win and 10 top-20 finishes on the LPGA Tour, including a runner-up at the Evian Championship.

Ashton McCulloch named Male Amateur of the Year

With a win at the Canadian Amateur Championship and a runner-up finish at the Ontario Amateur Championship, McCulloch had a standout 2023 summer in Canada following a notable spring season south of the border at Michigan State University.

The five-stroke win at the Canadian Amateur Championship was the biggest victory of the Kingston, Ontario product’s career to date as he is now mid-way through his Junior season with the Spartans.

Savannah Grewal named Female Amateur of the Year

Savannah Grewal capped off a historic collegiate career at Clemson University with a victory at the Cougar Classic in Charleston – finishing her final season as a first-team All-ACC team member with a 71.77 stroke average, best in school history.

Following a tremendous 2023 amateur season, Grewal recently turned professional and is one of the newest members of the LPGA Tour, finishing T10 at the final stage of Q-School.

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NGCOA Canada and CGSA launch sustainable golf program

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The National Golf Course Owners Association Canada (NGCOA Canada) and the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association (CGSA) have announced an important new program which will extend further support and recognition to facilities for sustainability and climate action.

This long-term project is being delivered by the two Canadian associations in collaboration with the GEO Sustainable Golf Foundation, which is the international not-for-profit entirely dedicated to establishing golf as a leader in this field.

Core components of the initiative include:

“The rapid movement in sustainability is fundamentally critical to the future of golf, and in particular the ability to successfully operate golf courses”, stated Jeff Calderwood, CEO of the NGCOA Canada. “This initiative delivers new solutions supporting management efficiency, the popularity of our game throughout Canada, golf’s positive brand, and the long-term profitability of our golf businesses.”

“Climate change and loss of biodiversity are concerns across society and, as land managers, we have an important role to play,” added Dustin Zdan, President of the CGSA. “This program provides recognition for the stewardship work that our superintendents deliver, while our industry demonstrates to society and governments that golf is an effective environmental leader.” 

The GEO Sustainable Golf Foundation has been supporting golf in more and more countries around the world each year. Jonathan Smith, executive director of GEO, was very supportive of expanding their support in Canada. 

“Congratulations to the NGCOA Canada and CGSA for stepping forward and demonstrating this sustainability commitment,” said Smith. “The programs, tools and recognition are purely designed to help facility and association leaders to better review and quantify what they are already doing; to identify areas for further focus; to build more effective communication plans; and to accelerate their profile as a climate conscious community of golf businesses.”

In parallel to this golf course operations initiative, it should be noted that Golf Canada is also demonstrating leadership by working with partners such as GEO for sustainability programs at the RBC Canadian Open and the CPKC Women’s Open, as well as their own Amateur events. Collectively, the Canadian golf industry is positioning the sport and industry very effectively for the future of sustainability.

Golf course operators and superintendents are advised to watch for further details and participation opportunities being released by both the NGCOA Canada and CGSA.

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PUMA Golf launches “Made for This”

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Puma Golf’s new performance collection was created to combat the elements.

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CARLSBAD, Calif. – PUMA Golf has announced a new line of performance apparel designed to be functional and stylish while protecting players from the elements. Built on weather-proofing technologies, Made for This represents a versatile collection that offers optimal performance for golfers dedicated to the game in all conditions.

“PUMA Golf is fully committed to the layering and performance technology category,” said Juston Tucker, Head of Product Design, PUMA Golf. “We’ve put together a technology-driven collection with style. We call it Made for This because regardless of wind, rain, dry or cold conditions, well… we made it for this.”

Offered for both men and women whose passion for the game compels them to play in all seasons, “Made for This” has players fully covered. PUMA GOLF’s new layering collection, which includes both WRMLBL and DRYLBL families, features an array of pieces from mid-weight sweaters and vests to windbreakers, rain suits, and quilted cold weather jackets.

“You came to play, not worry about the weather. We all share a passion for the game that inspires us to practice and play year-round,” said Mike Diaz, Marketing Director, PUMA Golf. “PUMA Golf can fully outfit all types of players in any weather condition, with premium apparel that looks, fits, and performs exceptionally well.”

For players that aim to combat the wind and rain, look no further than Puma Golf’s DRYLBL lineup, which is comprised of waterproof and windproof pants and jackets that feature fully seam-sealed, stretch fabrics and functional trims. The DRYLBL premium line is designed with Sympatex material, which offers 100% windproof and waterproof performance with exceptional durability.

If wind and cold are the main challenges, Puma Golf’s WRMLBL lineup is the solution. Featuring a wide array of pieces including quilted vests, jackets, fleece, cashmere sweaters, windblock sweaters, hoodies, quarter zips and more, the WRMLBL line can keep any player comfortable while allowing for the full range of motion needed to play.

The made for this collection from PUMA GOLF is available now in Canada. Please visit https://ca.pumagolf.com/ for more information.

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Veteran Canadian journalist Rick Young named GJAC’s 2023 Dick Grimm Award winner

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Rick Young at Royal Troon (Flagstick.com)

(Toronto) – The Golf Journalists Association of Canada has announced Rick Young will become the 15th recipient of its Dick Grimm Award.

Grimm, who passed away in 2014, was a true giant of the game in Canada, and was an enthusiastic supporter of the Golf Journalists Association of Canada.

The award which bears his name is GJAC’s highest honour and is given annually to someone who has made a significant lifetime contribution to Canadian Golf.

Young has had a remarkable 40-year career covering almost all aspects of the game in Canada.

He started writing for his hometown paper the Woodstock Sentinel-Review in 1983 and penned a weekly column for them for 28-years. He went on to write for numerous publications across Canada and the United States including Ontario Golf News, MyGolfSpy, The Toronto Star, Golf Business Canada, GreenMaster Magazine, Golf Canada Magazine, Pro Shop Magazine, MacLean’s, LINKS Magazine, Golf World, Golf Journal (USGA), GolfStyle, ClubLink Life, Fairways Magazine, The London Free Press, The National Post, and the Globe and Mail.

Young began writing for SCOREGolf in 1999 covering golf business and equipment and continues in that role both in print and with an online blog.

He has been a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame selection committee, the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame selection committee and currently sits on the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame selection committee.

Young was instrumental in the resurrection of the Golf Journalists Association of Canada and served as president from 2008-2011 and from 2020-2021.

He remains on the GJAC board as Immediate past president and vice-president of outreach and industry relations.

“This is a fitting honour for Rick given his immense contributions to golf in Canada along with his instrumental role in the development of our Association,” said GJAC Board President, Mike Johnny.  “In my conversations with original members, Rick was a driving force behind the establishment of the GJAC.  On behalf of all our members I would like to congratulate Rick and thank him for all he has done to build and support GJAC.”

Through his writing Young has been a big supporter of junior golf, municipal golf, and women’s golf as well young amateur and professional players. And he’s given a platform to many startup Canadian golf businesses.

Earlier this year the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame honoured Young with their Lorne Rubenstein Award for contributions to golf in Ontario.

The Dick Grimm Award will be presented to Young at the GJAC annual meeting and golf day Tuesday, Sept. 12 at Copetown Woods Golf Club in Hamilton.

2010 – Dick Grimm
2011 – Jim Barclay
2012 – Sandra Post
2013 – Bob Weeks
2014 – Jocelyne Bourassa
2015 – Lorne Rubenstein
2016 – Marlene Stewart Streit
2017 – John Gordon
2018 – Lorie Kane
2019 – Doug Carrick & Tom McBroom
2020 – Kim Locke
2021 – Garry McKay
2022 – Jim Clark

About GJAC:

GJAC encourages, promotes and recognizes quality Golf Journalism in Canada by:   

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The Golf Journalists Association of Canada announces the winners of its 15th annual Media Awards

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A panel of judges has examined nearly 130 stories, photos, videos, and podcasts to identify the finest content created by members of the Golf Journalists Association of Canada (GJAC) in 2022. There was an astonishing variety of content produced across many platforms in 2022 in the world of Canadian golf journalism. The judges faced a difficult task but managed to identify the cream of the crop in eight categories: Column, Profile, Feature, Travel, DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion), Photography (Action), Photography (Landscape), and Multimedia.

There were some notable highlights from this year’s award, including multiple stories focussing on the ways in which golf is thriving and changing and impacting a wide variety of communities (and vice versa), most notably in our inaugural recognition of work focussing on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Highlights of this year’s awards included multiple winners Jason Logan, Chris Fry, Adam Stanley, Lorne Rubenstein, and Guy Nicholson. Score Magazine, with 11 awards, was the most recognized outlet, while The Preferred Lie and ModGolf also took home multiple awards.

The full list of GJAC Award winners is below:

First place: Guy Nicholson for his story “At Waterton Lakes, the golf is elemental” published in Score Magazine         
Second place: Lorne Rubenstein for his story “A can’t miss corner of planet golf” published in Score Magazine
Third place: Jim Deeks for his story “Mr. Deeks Goes to Ireland” published in FairwaysGolf.ca
First place: Curtis Gillespie for his story “Bateman’s Breakout Keyed by New Mentality” published in Score Magazine
Second place: Jason Logan for his story “Mackenzie Hughes: Tough Guy”published in Score Magazine
Third place: Tim Baines for his story “Blind Ambition” published in the Ottawa Sun
Photography – Action
First place: Chris Fry for the photo “The Pulpit Club Finds Success” published in the Toronto Star
Second place: The Preferred Lie for the photo “Fore Life” published in The Preferred Lie
Third place: Bernard Brault for the photo “The End for Lori” published by Golf Canada
Photography – Landscape
First place: Chris Fry for the photo “The 1927” published in Match Play Golf.
Second place: Chris Fry for the photo “The home hole at St George’s” published in Score Magazine
Third place: Brian Decker for the photo “18 at Dawn” published in Score Magazine
First Place: Jason Logan, Kody McWilliams, and Casey McWilliams for their production “2022 RBC PGA Scramble Avion Night Golf Challenge” which appeared on ScoreGolf.com
Second Place: The Preferred Lie for their Canadian Classics production “Cherry Hill Club, Walter Travis Weekend” which appeared on the Preferred Lie
Third Place: The Preferred Lie for their Canadian Classics production “St. George’s Golf and Country Club” which appeared on the Preferred Lie.
First place: Jason Logan for his story “Caddying at Cabot” published in Score Magazine
Second place: Adam Stanley for his story “You’re not alone” published by the PGA of Canada
Third place: Adam Stanley for his story “Mike Weir relives 2007 Presidents Cup match against Tiger Woods” published by PGATOUR.com
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
First place: Colin Weston and ModGolf for their podcast “Steve Tooshkenig and Creating a Sustainable Golf Future” which appeared on ModGolf        
Second place: Gina Phillips for her story “Smashing all challenges” which was published in Score Magazine
Third place: Colin Weston and ModGolf for their podcast “Eileen Jurczak and Entrepreneurial Lessons Learned” which appeared on ModGolf           
First place: Guy Nicholson for his column “Will golf make good on its pandemic mulligan?” published in the Globe and Mail.
Second place: Jason Logan for his column “Tiger Woods is playing the Masters. You thought he wouldn’t” published in Score Magazine
Third place: Lorne Rubenstein for his column “Feeling grounded at Royal Dornoch” published in Score Magazine

This year’s judges were Jeff Brooke, Harvey Freedenberg, Meggan Gardner, Tim O’Connor, Terry Lenyk, Robert Thompson, Mike Johnny, Norm MacDonald, Chris Gallow, Murray Fraser, Scot Morison, and Sandra Thompson.

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Foresight Sports makes its leading launch monitor technology available to aspiring junior players

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Golf’s leading performance analysis company’s new UpNext™ Player Development Program connects up-and-coming players with their professional-grade launch monitor technology.  

Foresight Sports, the leading developer of professional-grade launch monitors, has officially launched its UpNext™ Player Development Program. Designed specifically for top junior golfers, the UpNext™ Program connects the game’s best up-and-coming players with Foresight Sports’ industry-leading launch monitor technology at greatly reduced costs.     

According to Foresight Sports’ Director of Sales, Rick Cuellar, UpNext™ will be a groundbreaking program focused on making the company’s Tour-dominating technology more affordable for aspiring junior players and their parents.

“Players of every age that are passionate about performance know just how critical it is to understand the data aspect of their game. Through the UpNext™ Program, we’re finally able to make the technology this next generation of talented players needs more affordable. That by itself is a game-changer for the parents, the Junior Tours, and the players themselves that are looking to achieve success.”

To maximize the impact of its UpNext™ Player Development Program globally, and specifically within the Canadian region, Foresight Sports and Foresight Sports Canada have allocated a significant number of both its bestselling GC3 and Tour-dominating GCQuad launch monitors exclusively for the program, and will offer both at up to fifty percent off normal pricing. Qualifying program participants will receive the game-changing technology, as well as other exclusive benefits, in exchange for engaging in social media conversations about their game development.

Aaron Hardy, President of Foresight Sports Canada confirmed that UpNext™ are currently open for applications within the Canadian region. “We are hugely excited to be launching the UpNext™ Program to the huge numbers of talented and passionate junior players across our territory. Through this program we are excited to support the next generation of elite players, both amateur and aspiring professionals, to take their games to the next level with Foresight’s tour-proven launch monitors. With a limited number of GC3 and GCQuad units allocated for 2023, we welcome early applications from those interested in participating.”

Junior players interested in the UpNext™ Player Development Program can apply online at: https://lp.foresightsports.ca/upnext/

PGA of Canada members working with junior golfers are also invited to share the UpNext™ concept and information with their customers, teams, and players, ensuring they have the opportunity to apply for the 2023 program.  

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For more information on Foresight Sports’ game-changing launch monitors, golf simulators and performance and entertainment software, visit the company’s website at shop.foresightsports.ca

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The Centennial Premiere Series Wilcox from FootJoy

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For 100 years, FootJoy has been synonymous with golf-specific design and performance innovation.  The brand was born from a company-wide naming competition in 1923, where an associate in the Brockton, MA stitching room submitted a name for a new line of shoes the company was developing – FOOTJOY.

The brand continues to lead and innovate in golf wearables and will celebrate 100 years in the making with the Centennial Premiere Series Wilcox. This shoe is FJ’s take on an unmatched legacy of performance innovation and style.

The exclusive footwear design features an iconic red, white and blue colourway, highlighted in spectacular fashion at the 1973 U.S. Open Championship.  The shoe is packaged with a 100-Year Medallion that commemorates FJ’s history of innovation and leadership, supercharged for today’s player with the very popular VersaTrax+ outsole,  with multiple traction elements that create a system that delivers excellent performance on any surface.  

FootJoy will be providing a select number of Tour players with the Centennial Premiere Series Wilcox footwear at the 123rd U.S. Open Championship at The Los Angeles Country Club, including Justin Thomas, Max Homa, Cameron Young, Adam Scott and many more. 

The Centennial Premiere Series Wilcox shoe has been designed to artfully combine vintage vibes with a modern twist. The shoe is crafted with great attention to detail, featuring carefully chosen premium uppers, such as patent leather, that possess a timeless and visually appealing look. Additionally, the eyelets and ornaments are adorned with striking gold finishes, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication, ensuring these shoes are a desirable addition to any golfer’s footwear collection.


Limited Edition Premiere Series Centennial Wilcox: $349.99 CAD

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The Centennial Premiere Series Wilcox is available beginning Thursday, June 15, 2023, while supplies last. Learn more at www.footjoy.ca.

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Puma golf releases new Maple Leaf collection for 2023

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Maple Leaf Collection


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TORONTO, Canada (June 1, 2023) – Following a successful launch last season, today PUMA Golf is thrilled to release its 2023 Maple Leaf Collection and expand its lineup of special gear designed for Canadian golfers. The fresh collection features 20 new styles of apparel and headwear inspired by Canada’s iconic symbol – the Maple Leaf.

The nation’s classic colours of red and white are infused across the lineup to create several bold designs in multiple colourways. A mix of polos, hats, t-shirts and sweaters are available, including a special MATTR Natural Hoodie. It features an all-over print of maple leaves naturally laying on the golf course and is one of a few pieces in the range to showcase the graphic.

“We initially launched a dedicated, uniquely Canadian collection to serve the millions of passionate golfers in our country, and that objective hasn’t changed,” said Dwayne Boecker, Head of Golf, COBRA PUMA GOLF CANADA. “All the positive feedback we received from our debut styles validated that national pride lives on the golf courses in Canada too.”

Also new for 2023 is the addition of women’s styles into the collection. Multiple dresses and polo options were produced this season for women to celebrate Canada in style and comfort too. The Maple Solid Dress is one of the highlights, with its lightweight, moisture-wicking fabric, zippered hand pockets and a subtle nod to the maple leaf on chest. A pair of stylish women’s ponytail hats cap off the look with an embroidered maple leaf emblem.

“We worked closely with our Canadian team to tap into the culture and stories the country is known for while also delivering the fashion-forward designs PUMA Golf is known for,” said Chris MacNeill, Team Head, PLM- Golf Apparel & Accessories, PUMA Golf. “We believe we’ve nailed both with this new collection and that it will resonate with all the golfers up north.”

Each piece in the Maple Leaf Collection is produced with PUMA’s signature premium-quality materials, including tech-forward MATTR fabric to address climate and moisture and the ultra- soft, four-way stretch CLOUDSPUN fabric.

PUMA Golf is the Official Apparel and Headwear Partner of Golf Canada’s National Team Program. Athletes and coaches named to Team Canada for the 2024 Olympic Golf Competition in Paris will wear apparel and headwear from PUMA as part of the field-of-play uniform kit.

The collection will be available beginning today at select retailers and online. Visit ca.pumagolf.com/collections/maple-leaf for more information.

Details of the new products in the collection are below:

MATTR Natural Hoodie ($119.99) – a hoodie that will turn heads on the tee with its all-over print of maple leaves. A perfect performance layer to extend the Canadian season as long as possible.

MATTR Pastimes Polo ($109.99) – designed with an all-over print that highlights some of Canada’s cultural emblems, this performance-ready golf polo features hockey sticks, beavers and maple leaves among others. Available in three colourways.

MATTR Natural Polo ($109.99) – a performance-ready golf polo with a special all-over print of maple leaves as if they were naturally laying on course. Available in three colourways.

CLOUDSPUN Maple Solid Polo ($89.99) – a comfy CLOUDSPUN polo with a clean look highlighted by an embroidered maple leaf on chest. Available in three colourways.

Canada P Cap ($39.99) – back by popular demand, this special-edition P Cap includes a humble nod to the Canadian flag. Available in two colourways.

Maple Printed Snapback Cap ($44.99) – a special-edition, two-tone P Cap to perfectly complement the Natural maple leaf printed tops. Available in three colourways.

W MATTR Maple Polo ($99.99) – a performance-ready golf polo with a special all-over print of maple leaves as if they were naturally laying on course. Available in two colourways.

W Natural Dress ($129.99) – a vibrant red and white golf dress with an all-over print of maple leaves. With zippered hand pockets and lightweight material, it’s a fun and functional style.

W Maple Solid Dress ($109.99) – an easy-to-wear, comfy dress with a hint of Canadian pride. Made with our lightweight and stretchy moisture-wicking material to move with women on or off the course. Available in two colourways.

W Maple Ponytail Cap ($39.99) – a simple and stylish, low-profile cap with our special Maple Leaf emblem. Also features a criss-cross elastic backing that ensures a comfortable fit for any ponytail. Available in two colourways.


COBRA PUMA GOLF is a corporate division of PUMA, one of the world’s leading sports brands, designing, developing, selling and marketing footwear, apparel and accessories. COBRA PUMA GOLF is an inclusive company, promoting game enjoyment for golfers of all abilities, attitudes and styles. The brands full- range portfolio includes COBRA Golf’s high-performance drivers, fairways, hybrids, wedges, putters and irons, as well as PUMA Golf’s sport lifestyle inspired footwear, apparel and accessories. Fusing performance and style, COBRA PUMA GOLF brings a focus on innovation, technology, compelling design and superior performance with an edge to the global golf marketplace. For more information, visit cobragolf.ca and ca.pumagolf.com.