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  • Westwood and Chalmers Win Abroad

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    On the Asian Tour, Englishman Lee Westwood posted a final round 67 in the Thailand Golf Championship to win by one stroke.  Westwood's victory marks the second time he has lifted the trophy in this event.

    ''I played some really good shots and made a couple of safe putts, hit a lot of fairways." Westwood later said of his play on Sunday.

    Westwood relied on DryJoys Casual golf shoes and the StaSof golf glove en route to the victory.

    Thailand Golf Championship Shoe count:

    FJ - 62%
    Nearest Comp - 16%

    Glove count:

    FJ - 40%
    Nearest Comp - 14%

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    On the Australian Tour, Greg Chalmers defeated fellow FJ Staffer Adam Scott in a playoff at the Australian PGA Championship.  Chalmers shot an eight under par round of 64 to enter the playoff.  On the seventh playoff hole, Chalmers made a routine par and Scott could not match, giving Chalmers the victory.

    ''Just phenomenal, I'm worn out,'' said of the seven hole playoff win versus the number three player in the world.

    Chalmers relied on FJ ICON MyJoys with the Boa Closure system and a full range of FJ Performance Apparel.

    Australian PGA Championship Shoe count:

    FJ - 80%
    Nearest Comp - 12%

    Glove count:

    FJ - 52%
    Nearest Comp - 10%

  • 2014 Spring Apparel Collections

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    Introducing the 2014 Spring Performance Apparel Collections from FJ, designed with the most discerning, performance driven golfer in mind.  FJ Apparel is made for the golfer who demands premium modern performance materials in traditional styling. 

    "The 2014 Spring color stories make our most complete lineup of apparel to date," says Whitney Trimble, Director of FJ Apparel Marketing, "With the success of the previous color collections, we knew we were trending in the right direction with our vision. We have enhanced the line utilizing what we have learned over the past few years and applied it to our new designs."

    The Boca Collection features pastel lavender, teal mist, and white.  The Nassau Collection marries bold yellow hues with classic navy, and white for an impeccably traditional look. Continuing, the Saratoga Springs collection combines, marine blue and seafoam green with black and white.  Lastly, the Tahoe Collection features a vivid hot pink with various shades of charcoal grey.   Each color story provides its wearer with the latest in apparel fashion and performance expected from FJ.

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  • Uihlein Breaks Through in Portugal

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     Former Oklahoma State standout and US Amateur Champion, Peter Uihlein shot a final round of 68 to capture his first professional career victory at the Madeira Islands Open in Santo Da Serra, Portugal. Beginning the day one stroke behind leader Mark Tullo, Ulhlein opened with a bogey falling further behind.  However, Uihlein fought back to even par for the front nine and continued to make four birdies in his final eight holes to reach 15 under par.  The total gave him a two stroke victory over fellow FJ Staffers, Morten Orum Madsen and Mark Tullo.

    Uihlein was ready for any conditions the seaside golf course could conjure in full line FJ Performance Apparel, DryJoys Tour golf shoes and the StaSof golf glove.

    Uihlein stated post round, "To do it playing well on the back nine coming down the stretch is sweet. ... I just knuckled down, I guess. It was all putting that did it today; I was just trying to free up and they started to roll in, so it was nice."

    Peter also spoke of his decision to join the European Tour instead of testing his game on the American circuit, "You grow up quick out here and that was the main reason I came over...It's been a good process so far and hopefully I can keep going."

    This is Peter's third top ten in seven European Tour starts this season. The win also gives Uihlein European Tour Status through the 2014 season.

    Madeira Islands Open SHOE COUNT:
    FJ - 66%
    Nearest Comp - 18%