Monday, November 25, 2019

FJ Players Dominate Global Tours with Full Range of Products

(RELEASE) — FootJoy, the #1 shoe and glove in golf and on the worldwide professional tours, dominated leaderboards this weekend with the full range of shoes, gloves and apparel on display.

Different players require different products based on performance, fit and style requirements which is why FJ offers a wide range of options to suit any player.

FJ players have the flexibility to choose what suits them from the entire range of shoes, gloves and apparel which is why so many different options are represented at every tournament.

To find the golf shoe that’s best for you, visit the FJ Shoe Finder.

At the RSM Classic, FJ players occupied the top four positions, including both playoff participants - Tyler Duncan and Webb Simpson - who wore FJ from head to toe.

• Duncan, who earned his first profession victory on the second playoff hole, chooses Tour-S for ultimate underfoot stability; StaSof®, the glove chosen by more Tour players than any other for ideal fit, feel and performance, as well as FJ Apparel.

• Finishing second was Webb Simpson, who opts for the timeless, iconic style and first class craftsmanship of ICON Black™ golf shoes as well as the Pure Touch Limited glove, the standard in product leadership, innovation excellent and pure feel. Webb also wears FJ apparel from head to toe.

• Brendon Todd, winner of the previous two PGA Tour events, has worn FJ FURY since it was launched earlier this year. FJ FURY features the TruFit System that delivers stability where you need it and comfort where you want it. He also wears the Pure Touch Limited glove.

• Sebastian Munoz finished solo fourth in a prototype FJ shoe and the RainGrip® glove. RainGrip is often chosen by players who want the ultimate moisture management solution to ensure a secure grip on the club.

A woman’s version of the same prototype shoe Munoz wore was also chosen by CME Group Tour Championship winner, Set Young Kim, who captured her tenth career title and the largest payout ever for an LPGA event at $1.5 million.

And the domination continued outside the US as well where PROSL was the shoe of choice for winners on both the Asian Tour and the Japan Tour. PROSL is the best-selling shoe in golf and also the shoe chosen by more Tour players than any other for its superior feel, comfort and traction.