The Red Label Women’s Collection has enjoyed huge success since its inception last year and demand for the line up for 2008 looks set to be even higher. Stand out products in the Women’s Red Label line-up include the sleeveless Wind Vest in both black and light blue and the Women’s Wind Jacket in white, black and a striking pink with white and black piping (pictured).
FootJoy’s European Marketing Manager, Richard Fryer is delighted with the growing demand for the brand’s Outerwear collection: “Each year we broaden the FootJoy Outerwear line-up to meet the ever growing demand we are experiencing for our clothing range. We have some great new styles in the 2008 collection and we are extremely confident they will be enthusiastically accepted by the golfing public once they hit the shelves in the coming weeks.”
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Lorena Ochoa successfully defended her title on Sunday at the Safeway International with a convincing seven-stroke victory. The 26-year old fired a final round 6-under 66 to finish at 22-under 266 and claim her second victory in three starts to begin the season. It marked the lowest score, by four shots, in the five years the tournament has been held at Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club.
Ochoa, who was supported all week by a large contingent of her Mexican fans, began the day with only a one shot lead. However, she took the lead with a birdie on the par-3 fourth hole and never looked back. She finished the day with eight birdies against two early bogeys for her 16th victory in her last 53 starts. Next up, Ochoa will pursue her second career major when this week's Kraft Nabisco Championship kicks off in Rancho Mirage, CA.
Ochoa continues to perform in FootJoy Womens Golf Shoes.
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Nearly four years after his previous European Tour win, Thomas Levet won the Mapfre Open de Andalucia on the first extra playoff hole. The playoff pair finished three clear of overnight leader Lee Westwood, who had gone clear of the field after birdieing four of his first six holes in his final round, but it was Westwood's fellow FootJoy ambassador, Levet, who strode to victory to claim the title and the £129,849 prize money.
Levet put his trust in a pair of all black FootJoy Classic golf shoes (50859), which carried him to victory in ultimate comfort.
FootJoy was the shoe of choice for more players at this week's Open de Andalucia with seven of the top ten players putting their faith in FootJoy shoes.
FootJoy - 62%
Nearest Competitor - 21%
FootJoy Year to Date Total - 61.7%
FootJoy - 53%
Nearest Competitor - 20%