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Emerging Younger Golfers Seek out Trendy Gear

11.24am 16th October 2014 - Corporate

PGA Europro Tour Official clothing partnerIn the wake of this year’s Ryder Cup, the world has been left captivated by some of the sport’s hottest young stars. While the celebrated veterans received a warm welcome from the crowds, their star power was largely outshone by some of golf’s up and coming youngsters. Talent and skill are of course paramount however the Ryder Cup also calls for a suave on-course look worthy of the prestigious PGA Centenary Course. Boutique golf outfitter Spencer Paul is helping sportsmen stay at the forefront of fashion with its exclusive collection of clothing for gents of all ages.

Based in the UK, Spencer Paul has quickly developed a loyal following of fans that can’t get enough of its range of golf lifestyle clothing. As well as a passion for the precision club and ball sport, the brand is also committed to supporting the UK manufacturing industry.

British golf has a long and noble history and by designing, sourcing and manufacturing garments in the UK, Spencer Paul is helping to keep the tradition alive. And as the official clothing partner of the PGA EuroPro Tour, customers can rest assured that their purchases are at the cutting edge of golfing fashion.

Every Spencer Paul garment is designed and manufactured in the UK for a premium quality finish. A range of sizes are available to fit men of all shapes. Customers also enjoy free UK delivery.

To find out more about Spencer Paul and browse the complete range of premium quality golf and lifestyle clothing, visit the website at:


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