FootJoy – Celebration of the 150th Open at St Andrews with a Limited Edition apparel collection

July 4, 2022 – FootJoy is celebrating the historic 150th Open at St Andrews in style by launching an all-new limited edition apparel collection.

Inspired by the prestige and heritage of golf’s oldest major championship, FootJoy’s newest collection, comprising of shirts, midlayers, outerwear and headwear, uses tartan prints, distinctive branded patterns and the championship’s rich navy and gold palette, to create a range fitting for the landmark event, for both men and women.

While honouring the history of the event and the game’s beginnings at the Home of Golf, each garment is designed with modern golfers in mind, using the latest performance fabrics to best support players perform on the course against the unpredictable links weather, where The Open was conceived and continues to thrive.

The range, which is on sale from the 1st of July, comprises three items for men, including an Open Logo Print Polo Shirt, a Tartan Trim Knit Chill-Out and an Open Hybrid Hoodie. Women’s options include a Cap Sleeve Tartan Panel Shirt, a Knit Midlayer with Trim, and a Hybrid Full Zip jacket. For juniors there is an Open Logo Print Polo Shirt.

Accompanying the apparel collection, FJ also champions the significant milestone of The Open’s 150th playing with the launch of its limited-edition 150th Open StaSof Glove.

“FootJoy’s rich history in the game of golf as a leading pioneer has always fuelled our design team to set the standard and create iconic products which truly resonate with the golfer, and the new 150th Open Collection, commemorating a landmark moment in golf’s history, epitomises this perfectly,” said Colin Mynott, FJ EMEA Product Manager.

“The Open in itself is a true pioneer and catalyst for the sport, and, as a brand, we are honoured to be invited to celebrate a shared dedication to the game with this range and have the opportunity to play a role in celebrating this exciting chapter for golf. We look forward to joining fellow golf fans across the world, on and off the course, in celebrating The 150th Open this month.”

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