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Club Car continues with Ryder Cup & PGA European Tour

12.20am 7th February 2007 - Corporate

Demonstrating its support of the game on a global scale, Club Car has extended relationships that ensure its golf cars and utility vehicles will continue to play important roles at The Ryder Cup and on the PGA European Tour.

Club Car, a business of Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited, a diversified industrial firm, has entered into a new agreement with Ryder Cup Europe LLP to remain the Official Supplier of Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles to the 2010 Ryder Cup matches at Celtic Manor in Wales. Club Car also will continue as the Official Golf Car and Golf Utility Vehicle and an Official Sponsor of the PGA European Tour.

“We‘re delighted to continue our commitment to The Ryder Cup and the European Tour,” said Phil Tralies, president and CEO of Club Car. “Our association with these organizations provides a highly visible and prestigious platform for Club Car to showcase a wide range of products, build relationships and enhance the brand around the world.”

Club Car has been associated with The Ryder Cup and the PGA European Tour since 1999.

“Club Car’s support of The Ryder Cup has been very important in the operational success of the matches in recent years,” said Richard Hills, The European Tour’s Ryder Cup director. “Beyond quality products, its commitment to service and satisfaction has been all we could have asked.”

George O‘Grady, chief executive of The European Tour, added, “We are delighted to have the ongoing support of Club Car people alongside the reliability of its products.”

Club Car is also the exclusive premier partner of the National Golf Course Owners Association, and a sponsor of the European Golf Course Owners Association. Club Car is the official supplier of golf cars and utility vehicles to PGA Tournament Players Clubs, and a sponsor of the PGA Professional National Championship, The First Tee and the Executive Women’s Golf Association.

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