(PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA) – EWGA is pleased to announce Bionic Glove, the only golf glove with patented technology, has renewed its licensed vendor relationship with the Association. According to independent research conducted with avid golfers at the renowned Pinehurst Golf Academy, Bionic Gloves are two times more durable than standard leather gloves and also retain gripping power for a far longer time period. The design of the glove promotes a lighter, more relaxed grip and provides more protection in areas prone to wear and tear. Strategically-placed pads on the palm and fingers of the glove, even out the hand’s natural peaks and valleys, creating more surface control and an ideal grip pressure.
Bionic’s newest women’s glove is the reliefGrip™ – a feature-rich glove, custom-designed to fit a woman’s hand – which offers a better grip, increased durability and more relief for your hands. In addition, Bionic will be offering the nationwide association’s members a custom Bionic PerformanceGrip™ magnetic ball marker glove, complete with an EWGA logo on the magnetic ball marker.
About Bionic Glove
For more than a decade, Bionic has been at the forefront of glove technology in many sports – baseball, hockey, fitness (weightlifting), tennis, racquetball, equestrian events and others. Bionic has received numerous awards and recognition, including the National Home Gardening Club seal of approval, the National Health & Wellness Club seal of Approval, the Handyman’s Club of America Member Tested Seal of Approval and the PGA TOUR Partners Magazine Tested Seal of approval. Bionic is a division of the family-owned Hillerich & Bradsby, Co., based in Louisville, KY. Other H&B divisions include Powerbilt®, makers of golf clubs since 1916, and Louisville Slugger®, the most famous brand of baseball and softball bats and equipment in the world.
About the EWGA
The largest women’s amateur golf association in the U.S., the EWGA has connected more than 100,000 current and aspiring business and professional women who share a passion for golf and good times. EWGA membership offers many benefits, including affordable organized golf that fits a working woman’s schedule, networking, competition, and learning opportunities that support career advancement. EWGA chapters throughout the United States – and in Canada, Bermuda and Italy – are located in over 125 corporate markets with members that are actively engaged in golf and business. For more information about EWGA and membership, visit www.ewga.com.
Susan Naugle, EWGA Director of Marketing
Tel: 561.691.0096 x 19 / email@example.com