Titleist, the #1 ball in golf, and FootJoy the #1 shoe in golf, have become Official Partners for Scottish Golf.
As Official Partners, Titleist and FootJoy will be supporting amateur golf in Scotland and connecting with golfers of all ages and abilities through the Scottish Golf App.Both brand will also be supporting the country’s most promising talent by offering players in the Scottish Golf Performance programme custom fitting of balls, clubs, shoes and gloves.
This new partnership will also see Titleist work with Scottish Golf to bring exclusive National Championship video reviews as the official Broadcast Partner for the remainder of the 2021 season.
Golfers across the country will benefit from a series of exciting activations throughout the season delivered in partnership with Titleist and FootJoy, offering players of all ages and abilities the opportunity to take part in a range of fantastic and memorable experiences.
Matthew Johnson, UK Region General Manager at Acushnet Europe Ltd, said: “We are delighted to engage in a new partnership with Scottish Golf. The history and heritage of golf in Scotland is well known worldwide and with a number of new developments and projects on the horizon, it is an exciting time to be an official partner.
“The Titleist & FJ brands have long been connected to those international players that choose to play the #1 ball, #1 shoe & #1 glove. We believe that this partnership will reaffirm our connection to the dedicated golfer at all levels and abilities of golf’s pyramid of influence.”
Iain Forsyth, Chief Commercial Officer at Scottish Golf, said: “Scottish Golf are thrilled to welcome Titleist and FootJoy to our commercial partners at Scottish Golf. Acushnet shares our vision of making golf Scotland’s Game for Everyone and have been inspired by the work we are doing to engage more golfers through the Scottish Golf App, Venue Management System and National Junior Framework. Both Titleist and FootJoy are synonymous with golf and we are excited to be working with these global brands in 2021.”