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14 wins for FootJoy in 2016

March 8, 2016

In fighting back from a three-shot overnight deficit to win the WGC - Cadillac Championship and claim his second victory in a row, Adam Scott made it 14 wins on major professional Tours in 2016 for FootJoy, the #1 Shoe in Golf.

Holing a six footer on the last to hold off challenges from Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson, the red-hot Australian strode to victory in his FJ DryJoys Casual shoes thanks to seven birdies in a remarkable final round. Following his triumph at the Honda Classic last week, Scott's latest title adds to a number of impressive victories for players wearing FootJoy shoes in 2016, including Louis Oosthuizen at the ISPS HANDA Perth International and Brandon Stone at the BMW SA Open.

Golfers now have the chance to win the DryJoys Casual shoes and StaSof glove used by Scott to win at the Trump National Doral as part of the 'FJ Wins You Win' promotion, which can be found on .

"I have been working hard on my putting and couldn't ask for a better way to test myself, a six-footer to win a World Golf Championship event," said Scott, who also wears FootJoy's new StaSof glove to perform at the highest level, week-in-week-out. "I can't believe I have won back to back weeks and to win a WGC is huge. Somehow I need to bottle this up and keep it another four or five weeks through the Masters."

The ultimate in spikeless technology for golfers seeking complete on and off-course performance, the DryJoys Casual shoe has been a firm favourite with golfers all around the world, including the likes of Major-winner Oosthuizen and 23-time European Tour winner Lee Westwood. The latest model continues the advanced technologies that have provided unparalleled comfort and stability, but with impressive new styling and fashionable colours.

New colour combinations of White/Navy, Black/White, White/Red and White/Black (Boa) are available in 2016, whilst golfers can also, for the first time in DryJoys Casual, take advantage of the brand's exclusive Boa® Closure System for an even higher level of comfort and stability.

"Adam's second victory in a week caps a terrific start to the year for the FJ brand," said Richard Fryer, Sales & Marketing Director for FootJoy. "It further highlights the quality of FootJoy as the brand most Tour pros rely on when performing at the very highest level, in a variety of climates across the world."

Whether it's the advanced feel of D.N.A., the athletic functionality of FreeStyle and HyperFlex, the reliability and consistent performance of the DryJoys family, the versatility of VersaLuxe, the all-round excellence of ICON Black or the superior comfort of Contour Series, FootJoy remains the overwhelming favourite for golfers of all abilities around the world.

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