Golf Business News - Bushnell Golf partners with CPG

Golf Business News – Bushnell Golf partners with CPG


Bushnell Golf and the Confederation of Professional Golf have announced a new partnership that will see the two enterprises collaborate on a range of initiatives that will positively impact golf professionals and broaden Bushnell Golf’s reach across the EMEA region.

With a shared commitment to innovation and excellence, the collaboration will encompass a variety of programmes, product developments, and engagement opportunities designed to support golf professionals and enthusiasts alike.

Darren Bragg, Commercial Manager EMEA for Bushnell Golf, commented: “We are absolutely delighted to join forces with the CPG. This collaboration aligns with our mission to provide golfers with the most advanced technology and equipment to enhance their game. We are excited to be a part of their efforts to promote and develop the sport of golf throughout the EMEA region.”

The CPG provides opportunities and services – such as an already launched exclusive Member Offer – for member organisations and professional golfers to further their careers and business opportunities, and the wider game of golf around the globe.

The new partnership enables Bushnell Golf to increase engagement directly with PGAs and PGA Professionals and also to contribute to the growth of golf and supporting the professionals who are integral to the sport’s success.

CPG Chief Executive, Ian Randell, commented on the partnership, “We are excited to welcome Bushnell Golf into our growing family of partners. Together, we will provide opportunities for golf professionals and enthusiasts alike to access cutting-edge technology to support their development and enjoyment of the sport.

“In the coming months our network and the golfing community can anticipate exciting developments that will enhance experiences, and embed Bushnell Golf’s brand ethos that they are ‘Dedicated to the Game’ which completely resonates with our own values.”

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