2011 – A big year for FJ
FootJoy ended an excellent year with Luke Donald putting the cherry on top at the season-closing Disney Classic.
FootJoy, the No 1 Shoe and Glove in Golf, completed an outstanding season on the PGA Tour highlighted, perhaps, by Luke Donald’s dramatic comeback at the season-ending Children’s Miracle Network Classic at Disneyland.
The World No 1 ranked golfer wore FJ ICON golf shoes en route to locking up his second PGA Tour win of the season as well as topping the 2011 US Money List and finishing with the year’s lowest average score for 18 holes.
Inclusive of Luke’s victory, players wearing FJ golf shoes captured 67% of the official US tournaments this season or, if you prefer, had 30 wins in 45 events, compared to the six of it’s the nearest competitor.
In addition, 8 of the top 10 players on the PGA Tour money list and 7 of the top 10 in the Official World Golf Rankings relied on FJ shoes.
In addition. players wearing FJ gloves won an impressive 18 times on the PGA Tour (43%).
FJ players have the option of choosing from the entire catalogue of performance products to suit their individual needs. Most of the world’s best players seek three different types of performance golf shoes, all with similar levels of success.
– FJ ICON: “Put Yourself In Their Shoes.” The ultimate in performance, feel and style, FJ ICON is the preferred shoe on Tour. Exquisite detailing, refined materials and extensive customisation capabilities define the most popular choice among the world’s best, including World No 1 Luke Donald, Webb Simpson, Bubba Watson, Bill Haas and KJ Choi.
– FJ SPORT: Durable and comfortable with great athletic styling, FJ SPORT is the lightest performance shoe in the FJ line-up. This season they were worn en-route to victory by Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott, Nick Watney, Lee Westwood and Matteo Manassero, amongst others.
– DryJoys Tour: “Built For The Tour That Inspired Them.” The most advanced and comfortable DryJoys shoe ever created, with multi-pod construction designed to move naturally with the foot throughout the swing. Steve Stricker, Ben Crane and Jonathan Byrd are among several PGA Tour winners who wore this product.
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