Srixon - Exclusive Srixon Swingers Ambassador Competition
Want to be a Srixon Swingers ambassador?
Tell us why you should be picked and each month we will select a Swinger to receive a personalised Srixon Swingers Tour Bag, Srixon towel and 6 caps as well as a year's supply (6 Dozen) of the AD333 Tour ball, designed for golfers who demand the precision of a tour-level golf ball.
In return you will need to promote Swingers and Srixon at your club and in golf events across the Summer, write about your experiences and tweet some snaps!
Whichever ambassador we then think has done the best job across the summer will become our Ambassador of the Year winning a fabulous custom set of Srixon irons!
Think you’ve got what it takes? Email email@example.com now.
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Srixon and Prostate Cancer UK
Srixon offer golfers the chance to raise money for men’s health charity Prostate Cancer UK whilst playing the next-generation Z-STAR / Z-STAR XV golf balls as part of a new, philanthropic agreement.
Srixon Europe have today announced a brand-new charitable partnership with Prostate Cancer UK for 2017. Following the release of the next-generation of Srixon Z-STAR and Z-STAR XV golf balls (available in Pure White and Tour Yellow), Srixon will generously donate £1.50 for every dozen golf balls sold at trade to Prostate Cancer UK, helping to raise funds and awareness of the life-threatening male-specific disease.
To celebrate the launch of this game-changing partnership Srixon have also unveiled a limited edition 15 ball ‘Z-STAR/ Z-STAR XV Bonus Pack’ that will include an additional free sleeve of the new Z-STAR / Z-STAR XV decorated with the iconic Prostate Cancer UK logo, giving golfers the chance to trial Srixon’s premium ball. For more information visit www.srixon.co.uk/en_GB/balls
Prostate Cancer UK are renowned for having a simple goal that could have monumental effects on the lives of countless males in the UK. One man dies every hour from the disease, a stark statistic given the average length of a round of golf is five hours. Their aim is simple, to stop men dying from prostate cancer through shifting the science over the next 10 years to focus on radical improvements in diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and support.
Long-term charity partners of the English Football League (EFL), and their recent partnership with the European Senior Tour has seen them raise awareness in golf during the Prostate Cancer UK Scottish Senior Open. In the past they have worked with various other well know sporting celebrities such as Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling, who walked 10 marathons in 10 days and raised more than £400,000. Ian Woosnam, Ronan Rafferty, Sam Torrance and Barry Lane have also backed their work in golf.