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12 November 2012

Kevin Streelman Re-Signs with the Wilson Staff Brand

CHICAGO, November 12, 2012 – Wilson Golf General Manager Tim Clarke announced today that the club manufacturer with more Majors won than any other brand has re-signed American professional golfer Kevin Streelman to a two-year, two-way contract.

Streelman, 34 years old, turned professional in 2001 after graduating from Duke University and signed with Wilson Golf in December 2010 after much success in the FedEx Cup. The Winfield, Illinois, native finished top ten in three PGA Tour events this past season with an eighth place finish at the John Deere Classic in his home state.

“Streelman is the epitome of the Wilson Staff brand - he is hard-working and possesses a strong passion to win,” celebrated Tim Clarke. “His positive attitude in tournament play is a true reflection of his personable, friendly character that we at Wilson Golf enjoy when he’s off the course.”

Streelman will continue to use Wilson Staff FG Tour V2 irons, carry his distinctive Wilson Staff bag and branded cap, and promote the brand during tournament play around the world. In addition, Streelman excitedly participates in Wilson Golf sponsored events such as the annual Kevin Streelman Day, where he performs a question-and-answer style demonstration for some of Wilson Golf’s biggest customers.

“The R&D team at Wilson Golf has been extremely intentional in providing me the best feeling and performing equipment on the market, as well as relying on my feedback to implement in new product,” commented Streelman. “I know my voice is valued there and I would love to add another Major title to their list using my FG Tour V2 irons.”

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