Scottish golf apparel company Glenmuir and the Confederation of Professional Golf have announced an extension of their partnership, paving the way to increase value and business opportunities for CPG member state PGAs and their affiliated professionals.
With its rich heritage dating back to 1891 and deeply rooted in the heart of Scotland’s golfing landscape, Glenmuir is a beacon of quality, passion and dedication in golf clothing with their total performance and style mantra. This family-owned business is known for its dedication to the game and its players, and resonates strongly with the values and ambitions of the CPG and its members.
The partnership has already kicked off with the launch of an exclusive offer on all Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland clothing, including their Ryder Cup range. Glenmuir’s global presence and expert service, combined with in-house embroidery and stock service, make them an ideal partner in this endeavor.
Matthew Eagle, Global Sales Director, Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland, said: “We at Glenmuir are very excited to renew our partnership with the CPG – as a brand that has always placed a strong emphasis on both tradition and innovation, we see this cooperation as an opportunity to meaningfully support the CPG and the PGAs of its member states.
“Our commitment to excellence in golf apparel is matched by our commitment to improving the business prospects of golf professionals. We believe that together with the CPG, we can create new paths to success, combining our centuries of golf apparel expertise with their extensive network, to enrich the golf community as a whole.”
Ian Randell, Chief Executive of CPG, commented: “We are delighted to renew our partnership with Glenmuir, a company that not only shares our passion for golf, but also understands the needs of PGA Professionals and golf retailers. Glenmuir delivers quality products and a total commitment to customer service, and we are excited to be working with them again to share valuable opportunities across the CPG network.”