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  • Another Multiple Win Weekend for FJ!

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    Kevin Streelman (in FJ ICON and SciFlex) tamed the daunting Innisbrook Copperheard course to claim his first PGA Tour title in his 153rd PGA Tour start.  Entering the weekend at even par, Streelman played his next 36 holes at 10 under, not dropping a single shot over the stretch.  The ten under total was good enough to take home a two stroke victory.

    "I just stayed really patient and had a peace about me today...It’s such a tough golf course where you’ve got to pick your battles.” said Streelman of his controlled round.

    The win earns Streelman an invitation to this years' Masters Tournament.

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    On the European Tour, Thomas Aiken won the Avantha Masters with a final round 67 to win by three strokes.  Aiken, in FJ ICON MyJoys, shot all four rounds in the 60's, including a blistering ten under par 62 on Saturday to race to the top of the leaderboard.  Aiken carded twenty-one birdies and two eagles versus only two bogeys over the 72 holes of tournament play.   

    “I’ve been playing very nicely the last four months, not making a lot of mistakes, but just not sinking enough putts,” said Aiken, continuing, “This week a few went in, I hit some better iron shots which gave me a better chance to sink some putts, and I played some phenomenal golf.”

    This is Aiken's second European Tour Victory; the win also moves Aiken into the top 100 on the official world golf rankings.

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    Stacy Lewis has captured the world number one position with a win at the RR Donnelly LPGA Founders Cup.  Entering the final round four behind, Lewis in FJ Sport BOA and StaSof,  biridied nine of the final 18 holes to run away with a three shot victory.

    Lewis's 23 under par total set a tournament record.

    This is Stacy's seventh LPGA Tour victory and second of 2013.

  • 5 Weekend Wins for FootJoy

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    Harrison Frazar (FJ ICON MyJoys) defeated Robert Karlsson (FJ ICON #52005 and StaSof) in a playoff to claim the Fedex St. Jude Classic at TPC Southwind.  Frazar began the day 1 shot behind Karlsson thanks to a third round 64 that included seven birdies. 

    The final round was a two man race from the very beginning with the rest of the field several shots behind.  Frazar and Karlsson exchanged birdies on the first hole and the battle for the top position would continue all day.  Frazar drew even with Karlsson after a birdie on the third but was not alone of top of the leaderboard until Karlsson made bogey on the 17th.  Frazar gave a shot back on the last hole and the players finish tied at the top. 

    On the first playoff hole, Frazar narrowly missed a birdie putt that would of given him the victory.  The players halved the first and second playoff holes with pars.  On the third and deciding hole Frazar two putted from 22 feet for par and the victory.  This is Frazar's first career victory.

    For more on Harrison's win read at : Golf.com

    Robert Rock went wire to wire in FJ ICON golf shoes to collect his first career victory on the European Tour.  Rock would shoot an 8-under par 64 on day one and would not look back, carding consecutive rounds of 68 or better the following days for the victory.  Rock later said, “I thought I would eventually do it. It’s taken longer than planned but it’s incredibly hard to win on this Tour...I’ve had good results but I’ve come up short. Finally, it’s all gone my way.”

    For more on Rock's victory at the BMW Italian Open read at Europeantour.com

    On the LPGA Tour, world number one Yani Tseng (Women's DryJoys #99184) won the State Farm Classic for her second victory of the year in only 9 starts.  Tseng would finish of the tournament with at 21-under 267, three strokes clear of her nearest competitor.

    Mark Wiebe won the Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn on the Champions Tour.  Wiebe closed out the 3-day tournament at 19-under par, getting him into a playoff.  Wiebe birdied the first playoff hole to match his competitor, two holes later Wiebe would make a par to claim the title. 

    Kyle Thompson completed the sweep on the Nationwide Tour's Rex Hospital Open.  Beginning the day on a very crowded leaderboard, Thompson would shoot a final round 68 that included a birdie on the 18th hole for the victory.  Thompson later said of his closing birdie, "It set up perfectly for me because I like to fade the ball...It was every golfer's dream putt -- seven feet with a little right-to-left break." 

    For more on Thompson's victory read at PGATOUR.com

     

  • Karlsson Emerges from Playoff to Win in Dubai

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    Robert Karlsson overcame Ian Poulter in a play-off to win the season-ending Dubai World Championship for his second victory of the year. Karlsson wore FJ ICON style #52005 (all white traditional saddle) and a StaSof glove while Poulter opted for another FJ ICON all-white pattern through the MyJoys program and a SciFlex glove.

    The pair finished regulation ties at 14-under after Karlsson, three behind overnight, started his final round with consecutive birdies and a hole out for eagle on the par four third hole. He had two more birdies on the back nine before a fantastic approach shot that almost hit the pin on the 18th, spun back and landed within a few feet of the hole. He converted the birdie to force the playoff.

    Karlsson and Poulter, who was looking to win for the second consecutive week, birdied the first extra hole after hitting approaches within five feet.  At the second extra hole Poulter left himself 30 feet for birdie while Karlsson again hit an approach to within three feet.

    Poulter then called a one shot penalty on himself when he dropped his ball on his marker and moved it.

    Two putts meant a bogey six for Poulter, but the penalty was irrelevant as Karlsson holed his birdie putt for the victory.

    Karlsson, who won the European Tour Order of Merit in 2008 and has suffered a serious eye problem and glandular fever since then, said: "It was a strange day to say the least. To start birdie-birdie-eagle is not what you expect to happen when you are three behind.

    "Then there was the one shot penalty. It's not the way you want to win, but these things happen in golf.

    “It's a fantastic field, and obviously when we have all of the best players in Europe together, the way it looks now, it's going to be a great field - so to win here is fantastic.”