Puma Golf has expanded its partnership with the PGA EuroPro Tour with the addition of the TITANTOUR as the tour’s official shoe.
The announcement of the link up with the TITANTOUR shoe builds on the company’s partnership with the tour in 2014, which gave Puma a strong brand presence and offered support to players who are currently using, or are interested in using the company's range.
Speaking about the development, UK general manager of Cobra Puma Golf, Mark Freeman, said: “Having enjoyed a successful first year working with the PGA EuroPro Tour, we’re delighted to be strengthening our relationship with the launch of the new TITANTOUR as the tour’s official shoe.
"The support Puma offers to our players, some of Europe’s leading young golfers, is invaluable" - Dan Godding
“We are looking forward to working with the tour and its members as part of a long term agreement and our commitment to the support and development of up and coming talent.”
Dan Godding, director of operations at the PGA EuroPro Tour, added: “I am delighted that our association with Puma will continue for the new season.
“The support Puma offers to our players, some of Europe’s leading young golfers, is invaluable to them and will prove a huge benefit in their bid to reach the top level of golf.
The TITANTOUR is the latest tour shoe released by Puma and is endorsed by leading PGA Tour players including Rickie Fowler and Jonas Blixt. The shoe features temperature-regulating Outlast technology, making it the perfect combination of comfort and stability.
Head of footwear at the company, Grant Knudson, said: “Once again, we are pushing the limits of footwear innovation and style. The TITANTOUR provides even greater comfort for the golfer by proactively regulating heat and reacting to changes in conditions and foot temperature.
“The fit, feel and performance of the new TITANTOUR shoes are specifically designed to meet the needs of all golfers at the highest level.”
For more information on the TITANTOUR shoe, visit the Puma website and follow @pumagolf on Twitter.