Rocket Tour, an innovative golf headcover design company that provides a unique mix of classic and modern designs with a stylish, bold twist inspiring self-expression on your golf bag — has signed a multi-year agreement as a preferred headcover supplier to the International Association of Golf Administrators (IAGA), which represents over 80 golf associations across North America.
Rocket Tour’s partnership with the IAGA has been supportive and fruitful since day one, ” says Helena Stanton, founder and designer of the Rocket Tour headcover brand. “We are thrilled to continue this relationship for the next three years. “With the IAGA’s support, we have developed successful member benefit partnerships with a growing number of golf associations which will grow to 20 in 2021. ”
“We are excited to continue our relationship with Rocket Tour. They have been a valued partner of the IAGA since 2018. We have seen our member associations utilize their products as well as partner with Rocket Tour on their new member benefit program,” note IAGA Executive Director Bill Walker.
“I’m excited to see the level of participation from these great associations offering their members the opportunity to showcase their state golf pride with our classic knit headcover designs,” says Helena Stanton. “Rocket Tour offers golf associations co-branded, custom knit headcover designs sold through a turnkey e-commerce solution operated by Rocket Tour, tournament headcover gift opportunities, and everyday discounts for their members at Rockettour.com. This year, we added the Rocket Tour Gift Card program to offer their members an additional stylish benefit for renewing or joining. It’s proving to be a hit with their members. Association members and golfers add style to their bags while showing their support of golf programs in their home state. It’s a win for everyone. ”
“We have been very pleased to partner with Rocket Tour. In addition to offering their knit head covers to many of our tournament participants, we have implemented the member benefit program, which has been a nice added value to Tennessee Golf Association members,” says Chad Anderson, Tennessee Golf Association Executive Director and IAGA member.