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druh buckles up for Ryder Cup

May 24, 2013

druh belts & buckles, The 2014 Ryder Cup Official Licensee of belts and buckles, has sent a good luck message to the victorious European Ryder Cup Team who will all be competing in the BMW PGA Championship this week.


the druh Ryder Cup belt
the druh Ryder Cup belt

The entire 12-man team – including druh international ambassador Lee Westwood - and their captain at the ‘Miracle in Medinah’, José Maria Olazábal, are participating in The European Tour’s flagship event over the West Course at Wentworth from May 23 rd to 26th.

The impressive field for the eagerly-awaited tournament will also feature Paul McGinley, who is the European Team captain for the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles and another brand ambassador for druh. The Irishman will tee it up with fellow ambassador and druh fan, Thomas Björn, who was one of Europe’s vice-captains alongside McGinley, Darren Clarke and Miguel Angel Jiménez at Medinah last September.

Through an agreement with Ryder Cup Europe, Druh has produced a range of handmade belts for the 40th staging of The Ryder Cup, featuring a choice of two buckles that can be teamed with a strap in either black or white in standard crocodile-effect leather.


Lee Westwood looking stylish with a druh belt
Lee Westwood looking stylish with a druh belt

One buckle features The 2014 Ryder Cup logo in enamel colourways whilst a second incorporates The 2014 Ryder Cup logo in a standard brushed silver buckle. Both buckle styles will combine with a Players’ Collection strap, a one-size, fits-all premium leather strap that uses a clamp buckle and will be priced at US$80/UK£53.

For more on Druh Belts & Buckles, go to www.dbbelts.com or follow Druh Belts on Twitter @druhbelts.

 





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