May 18, 2023 9:00 am –
Sponsorships and events – This story was updated on Wednesday, May 17, 2023
The University of St Andrews has formed a new partnership with golf equipment brand PING to become the official golf kit partner of the university’s golf program, Saints Golf, for the next three years.
From the next academic year (2023-2024) through 2026, PING will supply golf apparel and equipment to all Saints Golf teams and colleges participating athletes. National Championship Winning Performance TeamParticipated in PING technical golf wear.
The partnership will also make the University of St Andrews’ new PING driving range available for purchase by students, staff, alumni and supporters through the University’s retail outlets.
PING is a family-owned golf manufacturer founded in 1959 by Karsten Solheim in his home garage in Redwood City, California, USA. Synonymous with innovation, performance, quality and service, the PING brand has earned a global reputation for designing and manufacturing industry-leading custom-fit golf equipment, as well as a recognized golf apparel brand. It has been.
“We are delighted to strengthen our relationship with PING through our new multi-year kit partnership,” said Ian Muir, Head of Golf at the University of St Andrews.
“Support from a world-renowned brand like PING, which is at the forefront of golf technology, furthers our vision of offering a comprehensive, world-renowned golf program at St Andrews that complements our students. It will be a big factor in realizing “World-leading academic education”
Dave Fanning, PING European Marketing Director, said, “We are extremely proud to support the University of St Andrews with PING apparel from 2023 to 2026. Given PING’s strong ties to college golf in the United States, This is a perfect fit,” he said. It is even more special that we are able to support such a prestigious university here in the UK and that it is the home of golf.
“We have been working with the college performance team since 2017 and are excited to expand our relationship with golfers and contribute to their future success.”