WILSON GOLF SIGNS KEVIN TWAY TO ITS PGA TOUR ADVISORY STAFF
CHICAGO, JANUARY 8, 2020 – Wilson Golf announced today that PGA Tour Player Kevin Tway has joined its Advisory Staff. Starting at the Hawaii Open, Tway will debut the brand’s new D7™ Forged Irons as well as its V6™ irons. Tway’s short game will be powered by the all-new Staff Model™ wedges, clubs specifically designed for high-level, Tour players who demand control around the greens. Completing his Wilson Staff set, Tway will carry the iconic red Wilson Staff Tour Bag on tour – custom engraved with his name. As an Advisory Staff member, Tway will provide valuable insights on and test future Wilson Golf clubs and balls.
Tway, at only 31 years old, has found success in his last few PGA Tour seasons, including consecutive FedEx Cup Playoff appearances. Tway’s most recent PGA Tour win came at the 2018 Safeway Open, where he sank two birdie putts to win the three-man playoff over Brandt Snedeker and Ryan Moore.
“We are thrilled to have Kevin join the Wilson team,” Wilson Golf President, Tim Clarke. “Kevin’s skill and passion for golf enhance our presence on Tour, and he will help us reach and design equipment for the next generation of golfers. Kevin is a perfect fit for our culture and the team we’re building.”
Tway adds, “I couldn’t be happier to join forces with Wilson. I’m confident that my new equipment will take my game to the next level in 2020 and beyond. I look forward to working closely with Wilson to help develop new products and pave the way for the golfers of the future.”
About Wilson Golf
Wilson Golf, part of Chicago-based Wilson Sporting Goods Co., designs, manufactures and distributes premium and recreational golf equipment throughout the world. Since 1914, Wilson Staff irons have won 62 major championships, more than any other iron manufacturer in history. The winning tradition continues today by delivering the highest quality equipment to all golfers to enhance performance on the course and overall enjoyment of the game.
Note: Pros often customize the clubs they use. Club specifications on endorsed consumer models may vary from the models used by pros for Tour-play.