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Paul McGinley signs multi-year deal with TaylorMade
May 18, 2011

TaylorMade-adidas Golf is pleased to announce the signing of a multi-year contract with PGA European Tour player and Ryder Cup Vice Captain Paul McGinley.

The three-time Ryder Cup player will not only continue to use TaylorMade equipment, including headwear, adidas Golf footwear, but he will also wear Ashworth apparel.

"I have always thought that TaylorMade are innovators in the golf industry and the #1 company in golf and I am now really excited to be wearing Ashworth apparel, which has such a rich history in the game of golf", commented McGinley.

Ashworth was founded in 1987 and since then has been recognised worldwide as an authentic golf apparel brand. The Golfman symbolises true passion for the sport and the stylish look of Ashworth apparel allows golfers to move effortlessly from the course to the clubhouse and beyond.

McGinley, who currently serves on the European Tour Tournament Committee, has been involved in three Ryder Cups as a player, winning all three times and holing that memorable putt on the 18th at The Belfry to win in 2002. McGinley has also won four times as an individual, most notably winning the season ending Volvo Masters to cap his finest season in 2005.

"Paul has established himself as one of the most committed individual and team players on the European Tour," said Ian Watts, Director of Sports Marketing for Europe. "We look forward to continuing our excellent relationship with Paul and to further success together".

In McGinley's Bag

Driver:  R11 9.0
Fairways: Burner SuperFast 2.0 13.5°
Rescues: Rescue TP  17°, 19°, 22°
Irons: R9 TP
Wedges: xFT 52°, 54°, 56°
Putters: Daytona
Ball: Penta TP
Apparel: Ashworth
Footwear: adidas Golf - Powerband

Learn more about TaylorMade-adidas Golf products at: www.taylormadegolf.eu , www.adidasgolf.eu or www.ashwortheurope.com








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