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Byrce Molder renews agreement with golf apparel company
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Jan '11
Second Skin Garment Company, parent company of the Second Skin and Hollas brands of golf apparel, and PGA Tour player Bryce Molder have renewed their agreement for Molder to wear the company's Hollas products in 2011.

"Bryce has been a great ambassador for Hollas signing joining our pro staff last year," said Don Nichols, founder of Hollas and managing partner of Second Skin Garment Company. "We are excited to continue to be associated with him and look forward to him having another great year playing our apparel."

Molder, 31, followed up his 2009 breakout year with another solid showing in 2010. He had six top ten finishes and won more than $1.4 million while climbing to the 60th spot on the final FedEx Cup points list.

"Hollas provided me with the style I was looking for while providing superior performance in all types of conditions throughout the year," said Molder. "I was really pleased with our partnership and look forward to wearing Hollas again in 2011."

Molder joins Jason Bohn as 2011 Hollas staff players on the PGA Tour. Their involvement with the company is part of Second Skin's effort to grow its sales in the United States.

Second Skin Garment Company, based in Toronto, markets golf-specific apparel under the Hollas and Second Skin brands. Hollas offers functional fit and performance for today's golfer with a full line of apparel for men. Second Skin offers performance apparel for men and women featuring innovative technology. With its proprietary Drywick fabric, Second Skin is the leading golf outerwear company in Canada.

Second Skin Garment Company


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