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Mollie Fankhauser becomes ambassador of Golfjunkie
Feb '10
Ladies European Tour ("LET") golf professional Mollie Fankhauser has entered into an endorsement agreement with Golfjunkie, the hip and stylish apparel company based in The Netherlands. Fankhauser, a Dublin, OH native and a 2003 graduate of The Ohio State University, will be wearing Golfjunkie apparel exclusively in all golf events in which she competes in 2010.

"I'm extremely excited to become an ambassador and representative of Golfjunkie," said Fankhauser. "Golfjunkie's styles and colors fit perfectly with my personality. The Golfjunkie management team, led by Bart Nijsink, has great vision for the company, and I am proud to become associated with such a great group."

Fankhauser is entering her sixth year as a professional golfer. She played on the LPGA Tour in 2008 and 2009 and on the Duramed Futures Tour from 2005-2007, winning twice and finishing in the top-10 an impressive 17 times. Prior to turning professional, Fankhauser competed in four U.S. Women's Amateur Championships and was a quarterfinalist in 2002. She was also a member of the 2002 U.S. Curtis Cup Team. While at Ohio State, Fankhauser won six collegiate tournaments, was a two-time individual Big Ten champion (2001 and 2002), the 2001 Big Ten Conference Player of the Year, and a two-time NCAA Second-Team All-American selection.

Fankhauser will be making her 2010 LET debut March 18-20 in the Lalla Meryem Cup at the Royal Golf Anfa Mohammédia in Mohammédia, Morocco.

Golfjunkie is a lifestyle fashion brand which focuses on the trendy and demanding male and female golfer. Golfjunkie has skipped the traditional trends on the golf course. Golfjunkie introduces a welcome change by delivering a trendy, creative, functional and innovative collection in golf apparel.


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