Design a pair of shoes for Paul Lawrie!

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bunkered has teamed-up with FootJoy, the No.1 shoe and glove in golf, to offer readers the chance to design the shoes Paul Lawrie will wear during the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in May.


The lucky ‘MyJoys May’ winner will also be presented with their own shoe design, as well as two tickets for the prestigious €5m tournament, in celebration of the popular MyJoys platform.

FJlogoEntries close on Friday, April 17, after which Ryder Cup hero Lawrie will personally select his favourite MyJoys creation to first put into play on the Thursday of the European Tour’s flagship event.

Since being launched in 2004, the MyJoys franchise has become one of golf’s biggest success stories. Every year, thousands of golfers choose to have their FJ shoes customised to suit their own personal style, with more than nine million fit, design and colour combinations to choose from.

“Paul has been an FJ brand ambassador for many years and is a huge fan of the MyJoys programme, which he often uses to customise his own footwear,” said Richard Fryer, FJ sales and marketing director.

“As always, we have an almost endless selection of styles, materials, colours and other personalisation options, so I am sure Paul will have his work cut out in selecting a winner. We look forward to seeing him tee it up in the successful ‘MyJoys May’ design at Wentworth.”

Lawrie, one of Scotland’s most consistent performers over the last two decades, will be seeking a ninth European Tour victory over Wentworth’s West Course from May 21-24, trusting the performance, comfort and fit of FJ shoes and gloves in his bid for the much-coveted title.

For more information and to enter, click here.

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