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Green Lamb Brings the Feminine Touch

12.10am 9th May 2007 - Corporate

Green Lamb, Europe’s leading womenswear brand, has been named official clothing supplier for a second successive year to the Ricoh Women’s British Open, the first women’s major to be staged at the Old Course, St Andrews.

Green Lamb’s elegant, feminine clothing will be worn by marshals and volunteers at the event and will be on general sale in the exhibition tents during the championship, 2-5 August.

Paul Byrd, general manager of Green Lamb, said, “Green Lamb is honoured once again to be named a sponsor of this historic Ricoh Women’s British Open and is committed to supporting the growth of women’s golf at both professional and amateur level.”

Green Lamb is already an official clothing supplier to the Ladies Golf Union, which is involved in some of the biggest international events in women’s amateur golf, such as the Commonwealth Tournament in South Africa and the Vagliano Trophy.

“Green Lamb is passionate about supplying elegant, feminine apparel, with a dedicated clothing brand designed by women for women. We aim to build on a great relationship with the Ricoh Women’s British Open and continue to support European Ladies Golf in the future,” added Paul Byrd.

This year Green Lamb created an outstanding fashion range for women golfers with its two versatile Spring Summer 07 collections – Green Lamb and Green Lamb Sport – featuring stylish feminine garments in warm summer colours, and active golf wear with performance fabrics and bold colour ways for the new generation of women golfers.

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