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Ray Cook Golf Announces John Holst as Director of Sales

9.26am 13th June 2013 - People

Ray Cook websiteRay Cook Golf has announced the appointment of John Holst as Director of Sales. In this role, Holst will oversee sales strategy and partner programs while building the Ray Cook brand along with other OEMs including Solus Golf, under parent company TGIB Marketing Inc.

“We are excited to welcome John to our senior team,” says Thomas Rath, CEO and Founder of Ray Cook Golf. “With over 20+ years of success and experience with some of the most well-known brands in golf, he has a demonstrated track record and great leadership. He will be a strong partner as we continue to execute on our next phase of growth offering all categories of products to our customers with a focus on the recreational golfer.”

Prior to joining Ray Cook, John served as Territory Manager and Eastern Regional Sales Manager at Wilson Golf, where he led a team of account managers and sales reps responsible for client retention and sales.

“I’m excited about working with such a great team and to continue to grow the Ray Cook brand,” says John Holst, Director of Sales of Ray Cook. “It’s my goal to ensure that Ray Cook remains on course to offer the best products and pricing for our customers.”

Ray Cook, a leading golf manufacturer, offers quality product lines including wedges, putters and chippers which have played a significant role in the success of many golfers for nearly 50 years. Ray Cook offers the legendary Ray Cook mallet putter design as well as the Blue Goose and the renowned Ray Cook Chipper, both invented by the legendary Titleist ® craftsman, “Scotty” Cameron, who began his golf career with Ray Cook.

Ray Cook Golf is owned by parent company TGIB Marketing, Inc. which also owns RockBottomGolf.com, one of the largest Internet golf sites in the world which can be found at www.RockBottomGolf.com.

Ray Cook Golf www.RayCook.com

 

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