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LoudMouth Golf to open Shipping Depot
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Aug '10
LoudMouth Golf will open Shipping Depot in Australia. The colorful and always original sportswear line has opened its first shipping depot in the southern hemisphere to accommodate the high demand of shipping requests to Australia and New Zealand.

The depot will be based in Sydney, and will allow for online orders made by customers in those two countries to receive shipments in a fraction of the time. “It will give our customers in Australia and New Zealand the same great local one to two day service that our customers are getting now in the US, UK, Europe and Canada,” said LoudMouth Golf CEO Larry Jackson.

Due to the location of the depot, customers will reap the benefits of lower shipping costs and will be able to pay in local currency.

Customers can go to LoudMouth Golf's website and click on the Australia link on the home page. Products that will be available through the Australian shipping depot are men's and women's wear, visors, shirts and belts.

LoudMouth Golf will have a huge presence in Australia this December when American golfer John Daly will be looking to make the cut at the Australian Open and the Australian PGA Championship. Daly will debut Australian LoudMouth Golf pants that were created as a special tribute to the land down under.

Daly isn't the only well-known golfer who wears LoudMouth Golf in Australia. Australian golfer Kurt Barnes, who currently plays on the Japan Golf Tour and the PGA Tour of Australasia, made a splash at the 2007 Australian Masters when he wore LoudMouth Golf pants all four days.

LoudMouth Golf's unique line of colorfully designed pants and shorts reintroduces the styles from the '70s, the decade that made golf fashion great. Some of LoudMouth's most popular patterns include Disco Balls, Shagadelic, Oakmont Houndstooth, and Hot Dog. With such vibrant colors in their pants, LoudMouth offers a line of eight solid color shirts that perfectly match each pair of pants. LoudMouth recently added a line of skorts and shorts for women.

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