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Kyle Stanley to showcase Dunning wardrobe at Traveler's Championship
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Jun '09
Dunning Sportswear announces that golf phenom Kyle Stanley has joined its roster of elite staff players and will showcase the company's classic prep wardrobe while making his professional debut during the Traveler's Championship, June 25-28 at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, CT.

Winner of the 2009 Ben Hogan Award as the nation's top collegiate player, the 21-year-old will compete in Dunning's authentic, premium-quality garments while displaying the company logo on his chest and sleeve. Throughout the season, his outfits will include leading-edge technical pieces worn in combination with the brand's distinctive Shield Crest offerings, such as the Classic Prep Polo and Cotton-Coolmax pants.

“My taste is classic all the way,” says Stanley. “It's about looking and playing my best, not chasing trends, wearing wild colors and weird patterns. This game has the greatest traditions of any sport, and Dunning does an amazing job blending true golf styling with a prep feel that is totally cool.”

Previously ranked among the world's top-10 amateurs, Stanley was a First Team NCAA All American in 2006 and 2008. A member of the 2007 U.S. Walker Cup squad, his impressive resume includes two Southern Amateur titles and the Jones Cup. During three years at Clemson University, Stanley won two tournaments and was twice runner-up in the NCAA National Tournament. He was also named ACC Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year in 2006.

“Kyle has an incredibly natural, old-school style that aligns perfectly with our brand,” says company founder Ralph Dunning. “He's at the leading edge of a country club prep revival among young players on Tour. We're excited for him to compete in our full range of performance, cotton and wool fabrics, as well as our belts and accessories.”

In addition to Stanley, Dunning is worn in competition by many of the world's best golfers, including John Rollins, John Senden and 2007 Masters champion Zach Johnson.

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