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Henrik Stenson won the season long Race to Dubai title for the second time with a T9 at the DP World Tour Championship. Henrik elated at the accomplishment stated, “I'm very pleased to get my name on this trophy once again...It's been a great year, the best year of my career. I've always thought it was going to be hard to top 2013, but I think I've done that this year."
Stenson's year was highlighted by a legendary performance to win the Open Championship at Royal Troon. He also won the BMW International Open in Germany. Stenson added three top two performances to wrap up the season long race.
Stenson relied on FJ ICON MyJoys golf shoes and the Pure Touch Limited golf glove throughout his 2016 campaign.
On the LPGA Tour, Ariya Jutanugarn won the season long Race to the CME Globe and Rolex Player of the Year awards. Ariya entered the 2016 season with no wins on her resume but ended the year with five titles. Like Stenson, Ariya's year was highlighted by a major championship win at the RICOH Women's British Open.
Ariya relied on FJ ICON MyJoys golf shoes throughout the 2016 Season.
Reflecting back on the 2015-2016 PGA Tour season it is easy to recount notable performances by our favorite FJ Staffers, Be it Adam Scott's back to back wins during the Florida swing, Henrik Stenson's record breaking Open Championship or Jimmy Walker's major break through at the PGA Championship, the 15-16 PGA Tour season did not disappoint!
In addition to those three, players wearing FJ golf shoes racked up 20 total wins on the PGA Tour during the season. The winningest FJ shoe was DryJoys Casual, which superseded the new wildly popular Pro/SL golf shoe. FJ ICON MyJoys also had a strong season highlighted by Justin Thomas' win at the CIMB Classic and Henrik's Open Championship!
FootJoy continues to top the leaderboards as the number one shoe, glove, sock and outerwear on the PGA Tour week in and week out. From the sheer variety of shoes offered to the players who trust FJ over any other brand, it goes to show just how many players rely on FJ to help them elevate their game!
Looking forward to the new season, the possibilities are endless and we cannot wait to watch it unfold!
Henrik Stenson captured the 2016 Open Championship with a final round of 63 to win by three.
Stenson began the final round with a one shot lead over his closest pursuant. Stenson attacked the wind blown Scottish links and made ten birdies in the final round. His final score of 20 under par is an Open Championship record.
This is Henrik's first major championship and the first Swedish born male major champion. Stenson's four day total of 264 total is also the lowest total by a major winner in history.
"I just hit my spots and hit my shots and just stayed in the moment... " said Stenson post round.