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UPDATE - Extend Your Season Sweepstakes!

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WINNERS HAVE BEEN SELECTED.  CONGRATULATIONS TO Xochi2 and Chiefton!

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When you wear FJ, you identify yourself as a player who is committed to the game...no matter the weather forecast!

As a way of saying thanks to you, the FJ Player, we would like to extend your golf season with three pieces from our FJ Layering System!

#1 - Our ProDry Performance Seamless Thermal Base Layer regulates body temperature is a non-restricting constructed shirt that fits closely to the skin to help regulate body temperature without interfering with the golf swing. 

#2 - The Mixed Texture Sport Half Zip Pullover is a versatile piece that helps the player to adapt to changing weather conditions, providing insulation and protection from the elements. 

#3 - Our FJ Thermal Fleece features strategically placed fleece panels keep your core temperature high without adding swing altering bulk.  Stretch shoulder inserts were added for additional freedom of movement.  A Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish helps keep you dry during mist or light rain conditions.  The FJ Thermal Fleece is essential for cool weather play.

We will also throw in a pair of WinterSof golf gloves for good measure! 

How do you enter to win these three layers of the FJ Layering System? Simply comment to this blog post and tell us about the best shot you hit all year!

REMINDER : To enter you must have a community profile. If you do not have one, click here to register for the FJ Community - http://www.footjoy.com/myaccount/register

TWO winners will be randomly selected on Monday, 11/30/15. Deadline for entry is 12:00 pm ET on 11/29/15.  Void where prohibited. Open to US residents 18 years or older.  For additional rules and regulations click here.  Also, this is not a male only sweepstakes, if a woman enters and wins we will offer comparable product from our women's lineup. 

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  • My best shot happened next to a tree.  I'm right handed and the ball was sitting right next to a tree, about 80 yards from the pin, where I was unable to hit it with a right handed stance.  I pulled out my 3 iron and hit the ball left handed.  It actually got loft and landed about 3" from the hole.  I made the put for birdie 3!

  • I guess my best shot of the year was my almost hole in one. Left it two inches right of the hole. Guess I didn't "play the break" correctly.

  • Playing #7 at Pebble. Dropped a sand wedge to 10 feet, right of the pin, but pin-high. Putted outside left edge to drop it for birdie. I guess that's two shots.

  • June 11, 2015.  Best Ball Tournament with three friends.  We did not finish anywhere near the top but I did have a drive on a par 3 that set us up nicely for birdie.  We needed a pick me up like that on a day where nothing was going in and it did the trick!

  • Holed 6iron from rough for eagle after 2 skanky shots...

  • Mine was @ Olde Stonewall in Elwood City, PA. Four years ago I fell on the 15th hole and tore the patella tendon in my left  knee. While playing in an outing this year on that same hole (188 yd par 3) I hit the flag with my tee shot and had a 2 foot putt for birdie. Almost got even, but not quite! That was my best shot this year for a number of reasons!

  • My best shot of the year was after a very poor tee shot on a short Par 4. Left my tee shot over 200 yards from the green. The approach was all up hill to a "postage stamp" sized green which was as firm as granite. I chased a 5-wood up the hill and onto the green about four inches from the cup. Nice kick-in birdie to finish the side on a high not and get really pumped for the back nine.

  • Six iron downhill, bending to the left and a pin in the back left of the green. Water hazard on the left side of theg reen makes you think twice about firing at a left pin placement. I visualized a soft draw into the 15 MPH breeze (blowong left to right thus holding up any drawing shot just attad) and aimed 10yards right of the pin and let it rip. Absolutely flushed it with my AP2 six and the shot flew as intended roughly 175 yards leaving me withan eight foot putt for birde. Putt missed, of course (cannot blame my Cameron Circa 62 blade - it was a lousy read) but the fact that I visualized it and then hit it exactly as intended gave me for a fleeting moment a professional golfer's experience...Thanks to my FJ glove, Titleist ProV, Titleist AP2 irons..

  • Best shot:  My best shot this year was on a 499 yard par 5.  My 2nd shot I had roughly 225 to the hole.  I chose my money club, the 5 wood, and hit the thing as sweet as I could and the ball landed 6" in front of the hole and rolled past only about 24" away for a kick-in eagle!  So close to my first Albatross!

  • I hit a 9 iron about 110 yards to within 1 inch of the cup, just missing an Eagle.

  • my best shot was actually with my DNA Footjoy shoe.  I was about 35 feet away and asked my partners jokingly if this was a kick in?  They laughed and one of them said, "If you can kick it in from there, I'll give you a million dollars!"  I used a side sweeping kick, it broke twice, hit the hole and drained it!!!!  I won't press my friend for the million as we make crazy bets like that all the time, but it sure was Footjoy Fun!!

  • my best shot of the year was 225 yard hybrid that I holed out for Double Eagle on the par 5 16th hole at Hickory Ridge Golf Course.

  • Best shot was on a par 4 in club champioship I hit an 8 iron from 150 yards out that bounced twice on the green before going into the hole for an eagle.

  • Every shot because playing golf beats just about anything else.

  • par 4, birdie on the front 9 @the Carrick in Scotland.