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Twisted Frog named ‘Official Repair Tool’ of British Par3 Championships

11.36pm 3rd August 2017 - Sponsorship - This story was updated on Friday, August 4th, 2017

Leading UK golf accessory company, Twisted Frog, have been named ‘Official Repair Tool’ for the 2017 edition of the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship.

The announcement sees the Midlands company supply all competitors with their new Aero and PRO DivA golf tools during the world-famous, 4-day event being held at Nailcote Hall in Warwickshire, 8th-11th August 2017.

“With all the action happening on the greens, the British Par 3 is the perfect event for launching our new DivA tools.” said company owner, Ewan Davidson. “It is fantastic to be involved with such a high-profile tournament where our DivA tools will help to make life easier on the putting surface.  We are also looking forward to all the celebrity diva’s using a DivA.”

The new DivA golf repair tool, featuring revolutionary patent-pending MTech technology, is the right solution for better, faster repairs of pitch marks and divots on the green.

DivA golf tools make it easier to repair pitch marks without damaging greens further and the unique 3-prong design actively encourages the ‘push repair’ method advocated by greens keepers the world over.

DivA is available in 2 styles, PRO or AERO, both of which come in a wide range of colours and can be customised with your company name or logo.

Twisted Frog are a leading UK based golf accessory company, specialising in the design and manufacture of innovative golf products.

A Scotsman and a Frenchman founded the company and the name Twisted Frog was spawned by this unusual combination. The company ethos is to combine cutting edge design with twist of innovation to create a range of truly unique, highly practical, and extremely desirable golf accessories

Twisted Frog www.twistedfrog.co.uk

       

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