Callaway announce Masters scripting

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Callaway apparel ambassadors Danny Willett and Thomas Bjorn will showcase the latest styles and colours from the spring/summer 2015 range at the Masters next week.


Callaway apparel is the ultimate combination of golf authenticity and classic style, always innovative and always an out-performer.

All products are made from the finest materials using the best techniques, offering technically advanced features and fabrics that ensure players stay feeling cool, dry, and comfortable at all stages of the game.

Danny Willett, leader of the European Tour Race to Dubai, will be wearing Callaway's European inspired X range at his first ever Masters next week. The 27-year-old Englishman won the Nedbank Challenge in December and qualified for the tournament through finishing 2014 at No.50 in the world rankings.

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Callaway X is a slimmer, European fit that combines performance fabrics and design. On Sunday, Danny will be wearing the Global Hawkeye polo in fern green, to keep with the green and white Masters theme. The Hawkeye polo is one of the best selling polos across Europe for Callaway.

Thomas Bjorn will enjoy a more classic and traditional look and will be wearing the latest fashion and essential spring/summer polos and trousers from Callaway's Global line.

Bjorn

The Dane will be making his 12th appearance at Augusta next week and recorded his best placing at the tournament last year, finishing T8. That qualified him for the 2015 competition, along with his end of 2014 world ranking of No.36.

Always ensuring that he incorporates colour to his outfit, the polos he will be wearing are stylish in colour and fit and combine the latest technically advanced fabrics to keep him protected from the sun and feeling cool all day long.

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