Henrik Stenson, currently featuring strongly in the Nedbank Challenge, has signed to play Srixon balls and clubs.
Henrik Stenson, currently featuring strongly in the Nedbank Challenge, has signed a deal that will seeing him playing Srixon balls and clubs in the future.
The big-hitting Swede, who holed the winning putt at the 2006 Ryder Cup in September after winning the Qatar Masters and BMW International in Europe and taking 3rd place at the ‘5th Major’, the Players Championship in the USA, has joined World No 2 Jim Furyk in the Srixon stable
As well as the Z-UR ball, Stenson started playing the Srixon i-506 irons and wearing the brand’s caps and gloves at this week’s Nedbank Challenge at Sun City – and immediately surged into a first-round lead, ironically ahead of Furyk.
Stenson representing Sweden as an amateur at the Eisenhower Trophy in 1998 and then turned to the money game with his handicap at plus 4.
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