Brooke Henderson has extended her agreement to continue playing PING equipment. Henderson, who recently turned 18, first signed with PING in January.
In August, at age 17, she became the third-youngest player ever to win an LPGA event when was victorious at the Cambia Portland Classic, setting a tournament scoring record at 21 under par.
Two days later she was granted her LPGA Tour membership after a season that also included T5 finishes at both the U.S. Women’s Open and the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. .
“From a very young age, Brooke has demonstrated that rare combination of being talented and mature beyond her years and she puts in the hard work that it takes to succeed,” said PING chairman and CEO John A. Solheim said.
“She won many prestigious amateur titles, at 17 was the world’s No. 1-ranked amateur and her breakthrough win on the LPGA shows she belongs at the highest level in women’s golf,” he added.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be affiliated with her and support her every step of the way,” said Solheim.
As part of a multi-year agreement, she will display PING logos on her hat, carry a PING staff bag and play 14 PING clubs. Financial terms and the length of the agreement were not disclosed.
“Having played PING clubs for years, I’m really comfortable with the equipment, the people and level of fitting expertise they provide me,” said Henderson.
“With their help I’m able to get the most out of every round I play. All of my success has come with PING clubs, so I am very happy to continue our relationship,” she said.