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PRG Launches Exclusive British-Themed Accessories for The Grove

6.52pm 13th October 2016 - New Products

the-grovea30i9971-copyPRG, the fast-growing supplier of innovative, high-quality bespoke accessories stocked by over 70 of the top 100 golf courses in the UK and Ireland, has created an exclusive range of British-themed accessories for The Grove as the Hertfordshire resort returns to the European Tour schedule for October’s British Masters supported by Sky Sports.

the-grovea30i9995-copyThe collection, encompassing ball markers, pom head covers, blade and mallet putter head covers, divot tools, towels and collectible teddy bears, is a joint venture between PRG and The Grove and features a distinctive red, white and blue theme in homage to the revived British Masters, which returned to the European Tour calendar last year and will this year visit the one-time WGC venue in Chandlers Cross from October 13-16.

“We are absolutely delighted with the range of bespoke accessories PRG has created for us to mark our return to the European Tour schedule after a decade,” said Denise Newson, Golf/Gardens Purchasing Coordinator at The Grove. “They have already been proving extremely popular with hotel guests, and we’re confident they will get a good reception during the week of the British Masters supported by Sky Sports too.“

PRG is a bespoke golf accessory company, which has captured an enviable percentage of the market since launching its first golf accessory range just eight years ago. Word has quickly spread about the quality and breadth of PRG’s range, leading to an ever-growing client base that includes more and more of the UK and Ireland’s very finest golfing establishments.

PRG www.prgolfonline.com

The Grove www.thegrove.co.uk

       

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