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Srixon & Cleveland help Kjeldsen win the Irish Open

June 1st, 2015

Srixon & Cleveland Golf’s ambassador Soren Kjeldsen proves life begins at 40 by winning a gripping three-way play-off to claim the Irish Open title at Royal County Down on Sunday (May 31).



The Dane, who uses Cleveland Golf RTX 2.0 wedges and Srixon XV ball, beat England's Eddie Pepperell and Austrian Bernd Wiesberger at the first extra hole to seal his place at this year’s Open Championship.

Kjeldsen, who had not won on the European Tour for six years, celebrated his 40th birthday just a fortnight ago and said: “I’m really grateful to everyone at Srixon & Cleveland Golf for supporting me through the last few years. It’s been tough at times but they’ve been really helpful and it’s great to be able to pay them back with this win. Hopefully, it’s the start of good things to come.”

The Kjeldsen win comes at the start of the Cleveland Golf 588 RTX 2.0 promotion, which enables anyone who purchases one of the new 588 RTX 2.0 wedges to buy a second wedge at 50% off, helping golfers fill the gaps at the lower end of their bags. More information on this can be found at www.clevelandgolf.com

Kjeldsen, plays with the Srixon XV ball, Cleveland Golf RTX 2.0 wedges, Srixon glove, bag and wears a Srixon and Cleveland Golf branded visor.

In the bag – Soren Kjeldsen

Irons – Cleveland Golf 588 CBs (4-PW) - DG S400 with Tour velvet 60 round grips


Wedges – RTX 2.0 blade 52, 56 & 60 - DG S400 with Tour velvet 60 round grips


Ball – Z-star XV


Bag/Glove – Srixon


Headwear/Visor- Srixon front/Cleveland sides.


 

www.clevelandgolf.com





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