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Adams Golf signs up Robert Karlsson
January 10, 2012

Adams Golf has signed two-time Ryder Cup member and World No. 24 Robert Karlsson to its Tour Staff. In 2012, Karlsson will play a split schedule on both the European Tour and the PGA Tour.

Robert Karlsson has signed with Adams Golf

“We are extremely excited to add a player of Robert’s caliber to our tour staff,” said Chip Brewer, President and CEO of Adams Golf. “We feel that his participation on both the PGA and European Tours align perfectly with the direction of Adams Golf as we grow into new markets internationally. His success on both tours will provide the Adams Golf brand with exposure across the globe.”

Robert KarlssonKarlsson is an 11-time winner on the European Tour, a two-time Ryder Cup player, and the first Swedish player to have won the European Order of Merit. In 2011, he had three Top 10 finishes on the European Tour and three Top 10s on the PGA Tour, including a tie for 4th at last year’s PGA Championship.

“I am thrilled to join the Adams Golf tour staff and excited about the new clubs in my bag,” said Karlsson. “I am not a player that switches equipment very often; but the performance of the Adams Golf equipment has me extremely excited. I absolutely love the versatility of the Idea Pro a12 hybrid and was amazed when the testing showed I picked up 18 yards with the Speedline Fast 12 LS driver and 13 yards with the Fast 12 fairway wood. I am convinced that my new association with Adams gives me the best opportunity to be successful on tour, and that is what’s most important.”

Karlsson, who lives with his family in Charlotte, N.C., will play a full bag of Adams Golf equipment, including the new Speedline Fast 12 LS driver and a Speedline Fast 12 fairway wood. He will wear an Adams Golf hat and carry an Adams Golf tour staff bag.

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