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PGA player David Hearn to be brand envoy for Pin High
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Jan '11
Landmark Sport Group and leading men's golf brand Pin High announces that PGA Tour player David Hearn will join its roster of elite staff players who prefer to wear the company's broad range of premium garments featuring classic styling, functional designs that are engineered with golf specific fabrics and a consistently elegant hand.

David will make his debut in Pin High Golf at the Sony Open in Hawaii. As part of the agreement, the 31 year old will wear Pin High's complete apparel system during all on-course activities and showcase the brand's logo on his shirt sleeve. David Hearn was born in Brampton, Ontario.

He attended the University of Wyoming, where he played on the golf team. He was a member of the winning Canadian team at the 2001 Four Nations Cup tournament, and played out of the Brantford Golf and Country Club as an amateur. He was named the Canadian Tour Rookie of the Year in 2002 and also won the Nationwide Tour Alberta Open in 2004.

"David continues to strengthen his position as one of the up and coming young players in the world and build a reputation as a style trendsetter," says Spencer Sebastian, President and CEO of Pin High Canada. "He's admired for his demeanour and the clean, professional look he brings to the course every day".

Showcasing classic tailoring, subtle colors and a consistently elegant hand, Pin High's premium performance pieces include game- enhancing characteristics such as increased airflow, unmatched breathability, moisture wicking, odour resistance and UV protection. Engineered into the textile, these features are guaranteed not to wear- or wash-out for the life of the garment.

Pin High Classics includes a broad range of staples such as cotton pique polo's, technical polo's like CoolDry performance, CoolDry Active, luxurious Double Mercerized Pima Cotton and engineered polo's featuring Body Mapping technology.

Showcasing clean silhouettes, the richest fabrics and finest tailoring, the Pin High collection is manufactured to the highest production standards.

Pin High's goal is to offer players the finest performance apparel in golf. Designed by golfers, we use premium fabrics and functional design to make our clothing ideal for all playing conditions. The collections are designed as a complete system to give players unparalleled performance using proprietary technical fabrics engineered to the exact specifications of Tour Professionals.

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