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Hank Kuehne signs with Top-Flite

Top-Flite Golf has signed long-hitting Hank Kuehne to an equipment deal that calls for him to play the company's new Top-Flite TL Tour golf ball, Ben Hogan irons and Top-Flite or Callaway metal woods.
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Kuehne also will wear a Top-Flite hat and carry a Top-Flite. Top Flite is a wholly owned subsidiary of Callaway Golf Company (NYSE: ELY). Details of the contract were not disclosed.

The Top-Flite TL Tour ball and Hogan metal woods will be among the Top-Flite and Hogan products making their debut at this month's PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.

"Hank is just the kind of golfer we want representing the new face of Top-Flite," said Top-Flite President Bob Penicka. "He hits it a mile, and that's always fun to watch. But he's also a determined, hard-working young man who is strong as an ox and has a Texas-size smile -- with personality and heart to boot."

Kuehne, a native of Dallas who is playing this week at the Sony Hawaiian Open, led the PGA Tour in driving distance with an average poke of 314.4 yards per drive in 2004. He played his way onto the PGA Tour in 2003, finishing tied for second at the Shell Houston Open and tied for third at the BellSouth Classic. He won the 1998 U.S. Amateur, and the 2002 Texas Challenge and Telus Quebec Open on the Canadian Tour.

 

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