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Celebrating 10 Years of FJ’s Much-Loved MyJoys Programme

4.31pm 11th November 2014 - Corporate

MyJoys 10th AnniversaryFootJoy is giving golfers the chance to win their very own MyJoys design to celebrate the popular customisation programme’s 10th Anniversary.

For a decade, MyJoys has been allowing golfers the opportunity to personalise their golf shoes with myriad leather prints, colours and numerous other options, with almost 8 million possible style variations to choose from.

To observe this landmark, FJ is asking fans of the brand to design bespoke MyJoys in a style befitting their tastes and personalities. The golfing public will then be invited to vote for their favourite entry at, with the 10 designers receiving the most votes winning their unique footwear.

Running from November 10-21, the competition is sure to result in some of the most vibrant MyJoys ever imagined, a prospect that FootJoy’s Marketing Manager, Russell Lawes, is greatly looking forward to.

He said: “We at FootJoy love seeing the individual styles that people come up with through MyJoys, and we’re certain to see many incredible efforts come in during the course of the 10th Anniversary Competition.

“This contest celebrates everything that is great about MyJoys in that it encourages golfers to come up with their favourite styles using the myriad of options available, including many shoe models, leather prints, colour combinations and several additional features.

“MyJoys has brought great joy to many thousands of golfers, and we hope that this exciting competition helps to introduce the programme to more people than ever, as they celebrate its 10th Anniversary with us.”

To enter your favourite MyJoys style and be in a chance of winning your very own pair of customised FJ golf shoes, or to cast your vote, log-on to

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