The Canadian Junior Golf Association has joined forces with Puma to create the Puma Challenge on the CJGA Junior Tour next year.
As a result, the CJGA and Puma will be accepting applications from junior golfers across the country to play on Team Puma.
The Puma Challenge will consist of four competitive tournaments. On-site interactive gaming and displays will be offered and a disc jockey will headline final-day awards receptions.
Team Puma will see players who best exemplify on-course performance and style outfitted in the latest Puma apparel.
“Our new partnership with Puma is a great fit for both parties,” said CJGA executive director Earl Fritz of the three-year deal. “Puma is an innovative and forward-thinking organization that has become very popular among junior golfers.”
“We are extremely excited about this new partnership with the CJGA as they have proved to be a great supporter and promoter of junior golf in Canada” added Ted Fletcher, president of Puma Canada.
For more information, see the website, www.golf.puma.com.