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PUMA Golf inks deal with Graham DeLaet

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PUMA Golf signed Graham DeLaet, Canadian golfer on the PGA Tour who can be recognized for his steady climb in world rankings and success during 2013.

DeLaet's top performances in 2013 included a second place finish at The Barclays, taking third place at Travelers and Deutsche Bank Championships, and 11 Top 25 finishes. DeLaet ended the 2013 year ranked 36th in the world and will continue to climb the rankings in style with PUMA Golf in 2014.

"Graham DeLaet is a perfect fit for the PUMA Golf team," said Bob Philion, president of COBRA PUMA GOLF. "He is a world class performer who brings a fresh look to the course, making him the perfect representation of the style and performance blend that PUMA Golf embraces. We are excited to support Graham as he continues his success on Tour and embodies the PUMA Golf energy on and off the course."

DeLaet will kick off the 2014 season at the Farmers Insurance Open on January 23. This will mark the first tournament during which he will hit the course full suited in PUMA Golf apparel, accessories and headwear. Showing true patriotism, the golfer will play in Canada's national colors, red and white, every Sunday on Tour. PUMA Golf will support DeLaet's signature Sunday look by sharing photos socially using the #CanadianSunday hashtag.

"PUMA Golf is a great fit for me and I couldn't be more excited to be part of the team," said DeLaet. "I have always been a fan of the brand and the innovative combination of function and fashion they bring to the game. Their unique style is matched with top-performing gear that will undoubtedly help improve my game, and I look forward to represent PUMA Golf on Tour in 2014 and beyond."

The golfer will also be featured in PUMA Golf's 2014 campaign through print, online and social ads as well as in-store signage alongside Rickie Fowler, Jonas Blixt, Jesper Parnevik and Blair O'Neil.


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