Puma Golf sign Olivia Cowan on apparel and footwear deal

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January 18, 2021
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Puma Golf sign Olivia Cowan on apparel and footwear deal

Today, PUMA Golf announced a partnership with Ladies European Tour player Olivia Cowan that will see her wearing PUMA Golf apparel and footwear on the course for the 2021 season. Cowan will wear pieces from the brand’s latest SS’21 Collection as PUMA continue to push the boundaries within the golfing world bringing innovative technologies and standout style to the course. Olivia will join PUMA GOLF female athlete/ambassadors Lexi Thompson, Inci Mehmet and Leona Maguire for the 2021 season.

PUMA Golf is a brand that pushes the limits, boundaries and culture with its DNA in sports. The SS’21 collection includes some truly innovative technologies in the form of CLOUDSPUN and the new MATTR technology in the apparel. Coupled with the highly popular RSG footwear and the new IGNITE Blaze pro ladies spiked shoes. 

“We are excited to welcome Olivia to the PUMA Family, and delighted to have her showcasing our brand, and Ladies products on the Ladies European Tour in 2021.” said Joe Folker, Brand Experience Manager, COBRA PUMA Golf. Olivia has been a standout performer on the Ladies European Tour these past few years, and we look forward to working with her as she continues her journey.”

Olivia moved to the professional ranks in 2015 after establishing herself as a standout prospect as an amateur and winning the 2015 LET access series Order of Merit.

She represented her country at the Youth Olympics in China before helping her continent to victory as part of the European team at the 2015 Vagliano Trophy.

A serial winner in the unpaid ranks, Olivia claimed both the Spanish and Portuguese Ladies Amateur Championships before turning to the paid circuit.

Now an ever-present on the Ladies European Tour, Olivia hopes to continue her progress on the Ladies European Tour for 2021 and beyond.

On signing for PUMA GOLF, Olivia commented- “Fashion in golf has really started to make great strides in recent years and PUMA have been at the forefront of that. It was an easy decision to sign with PUMA and I cannot speak highly enough of their product range. I am looking forward to representing the brand as I play golf across the world” 

MODEST! Golf Management director Niall Horan commented “We are so excited for Olivia to be working with the PUMA Golf brand and thank PUMA for their support of our players. It’s going to be an exciting year ahead”


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