June 4, 2012

Winn Grips extends Official Partnership

Winn Grips will continue its role as the Official Grip Partner of the American Junior Golf Association through 2015.

“We are extremely excited to maintain our partnership with Winn Grips,” said Jason Etzen, AJGA chief business officer. “Winn Grips is a pioneer in the industry and helps provide the best equipment to our members.”

An AJGA Official Partner since 2009, Winn Grips will remain the title sponsor of the Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic hosted by Longbow Golf Club and the Winn Junior Cup Challenge. Additionally, Winn Grips will be on-site for at least 15 AJGA tournaments providing regripping and fitting services.

The Winn Junior Cup Challenge is an event which pairs the top two boys and girls from East of the Mississippi versus their counterparts from West of the Mississippi. The two-day championship is decided by the number of accrued points in various golf competitions. The teams are led by legendary swing coach Butch Harmon (East) and LPGA Tour player Natalie Gulbis (West).

“Winn’s partnership with the AJGA has been fantastic and we are excited to have it continue,” said Mike Coelho, Winn Grips national sales manager. “We look forward to our future involvement by supporting the outstanding opportunity the AJGA provides junior golfers from around the world.”

About Winn Grips

Based in Huntington Beach, Calif., Winn Inc. has provided premier quality sports grips for more than 25 years. Winn Grips are sold worldwide at green grass and traditional golf retail centers. To learn more about the superiority of Winn Grips and to find a retailer or distributor near you, please visit winngrips.com.

Watch a video interview with National Sales Manager Mike Coelho.

Watch a recap of the Winn Junior Cup Challenge.

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