Chris McDonnell, the 2014 PGA Professional Champion is teeing off in this week’s Northern Ireland Open as the latest player to represent the Crestlink apparel group. The 32 year old former Alps Tour winner is confident to build on the success he has enjoyed in 2014, with his European Challenge Tour debut.
“It’s been a really promising season. Winning in Austria in June lifted my confidence and certainly prepared me for my follow up victory at the PGA Club Professional’s Championship at Blairgowrie”. With starts guaranteed for next year’s Lyoness Open,the PGA play offs in Turkey and a likely place in the 2015 PGA Cup Team, McDonnell is quite rightly focused on the future. “I am looking forward to competing this week in the Northern Ireland Open and the future playing opportunities that lie ahead”. “It’s exciting times, I have seen Crestlink develop in the Middle East so I am very pleased to be able to wear their clothing moving forward”.
Commenting on the signing Chris Duffy Managing Director of Crestlink Europe and Middle East said “As the 2014 PGA Professional Champion we are delighted to welcome Chris to the Crestlink family, we wish him continued success. “As official apparel partner for the Open de Espana and now the Northern Ireland Open, we have concentrated our efforts much more this year on growing our awareness in Europe.Our team of brand ambassadors, who compete on tours globally, play a huge role in showing the golfing population our colourful range of performance golf clothing.”
Crestlink Clothing is the official clothing supplier to the Maybank Malaysian Open and Open de Espana, the family based business continues to develop the brand across Asia, Middle East and Europe. Known for their latest microfiber clothing in many vibrant coloyrs and designs, they are represented on tour by Brand Ambassadors such as ThawornWiratchant, Jason Palmer and Michael Campbell.
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