The Confederation of Professional Golf [CPG] has announced a new three-year partnership with Pitchfix, a global leader in the design and supply of golf accessories, with a campaign that promotes good golf etiquette and course-care.
PGA Professionals, as key influencers in the sport, have a responsibility to ensure golfers uphold the standards and etiquette of the game – the #CaringForCourses campaign provides them with resources and information to drive awareness to all levels of golfer ensuring they have a positive impact on the conditioning of courses and facilities.
Chief Executive of the CPG, Ian Randell, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Pitchfix into our family of Business Partners and embarking on this new campaign together. Our aim with this campaign is to work with our Member Country PGAs and their PGA Professionals to promote the responsibility that we all have to both the course and our fellow golfers as we play.”
To celebrate the announcement, the CPG and Pitchfix are delighted to provide PGA Professionals, PGAs and golfers with a range of free-to-use #CaringForCourses resources to use at golf clubs:
Pitchfix specialises in a range of bespoke golf products, including customisable accessories for golfers, alongside a number of creative solutions for golf course maintenance staff.
Pitchfix CEO, Bart Fokke, commented: “We’re tremendously excited to partner with the CPG and continue to build awareness of our products and the vital role that they play – as golfers we all value amazing course conditions but at the same time we all have a responsibility to help preserve them too.”