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Simon Dyson joins COBRA PUMA Golf
COBRA PUMA Golf has announced the signing of Simon Dyson with immediate effect.
Dyson, a six-time winner on the European Tour, will be wearing PUMA footwear and accessories, along with COBRA headwear. He will also fill his COBRA staff bag with COBRA golf equipment during tournament play. He continues his season at the forthcoming Trophée Hassan II 2017 in Morocco.
“We’re delighted that Simon has decided to join the COBRA PUMA GOLF team of players, and represent our brands on Tour,” said Mark Freeman, General Manager at COBRA PUMA Golf UK.
“With Six European & Four Asian Tour victories, he is a proven winner, and we look forward to working with him and his team to provide great products and service, and help achieve further success.”
Four wins on the Asian Tour saw Dyson return to Europe, where he finished top six times across Europe in 455 starts. Dyson will be looking to kick off his 2017 season with a start at the Trophée Hassan II 2017 in Morocco later today.
“I was attracted to COBRA PUMA GOLF because I've always been a big fan of both companies. From the days Greg Norman used to play the COBRA equipment, to how stylish the PUMA shoes look, I'm going to enjoy being a part of something so cool and versatile,” said Dyson.
“The COBRA equipment is fantastic,” Dyson added. “The COBRA KING F7+ Driver is so good to hit, from high fades to a low draw. I find I'm able to do this with ease, as well as it being long! I love the COBRA KING Pro MB Irons. The moment I saw them I wanted to try them. They are so solid and very consistent; they went straight in the bag, and I can see them being in there for many years to come.
“The PUMA footwear has been great, going from a more traditional shoe to PUMA, I've noticed how much more comfortable they are--and they are so stylish, too. I love the high tops Rickie wears, although I seriously doubt I can pull those off!”
Speaking about plans for 2017, Simon continued: “I'm looking forward to playing an injury free season. Golf-wise, my main aim is to win again. It's been a few years, so I'm starting to believe I'm due one again!”