FootJoy wearer Scott Strange (FootJoy Classics) won the Volvo China Open after shooting a final round four-under-par 68, which included five birdies. The impressive finish secured victory for Strange who finished eight-under-par 280, one shot ahead of a fellow FootJoy wearer. The 32 year old Australian overcame the damp conditions in style, choosing to put his trust in FJ outerwear, helping make every day playable. The tournament started brightly for many FootJoy wearers, none more so than the 2007 Champion Marcus Brier who lead after the first round. Brier secured a top ten finish in the stability of the SYNR:G and the style and comfort of ReelFit.
The second European Tour Title for Strange earned him the first prize cheque of $366,660 and also wins a place in the 16-man field for the World Match Play Championship in Spain later this year.
FootJoy continues to be the #1 Shoe on the European Tour with 67% of the field at this week’s event choosing to put their faith in FJ.