PowaKaddy Announces Sponsorship of Robert Rock Junior Golf Tour

PowaKaddy, the world’s leading electric trolley manufacturer, will sponsor the Robert Rock Junior Golf Tour this year, providing prize vouchers for the winners of events on the tour as the company supports young golfers in their pursuit of excellence.

The Robert Rock Junior Golf Tour, founded by professional golfer Robert Rock, is a prestigious junior golf tour that aims to provide a platform for talented young golfers to showcase their skills and gain valuable experience in competitive golf. The tour consists of a series of events held at renowned golf courses across the country such as The London Golf Club, Prince’s, and The Belfry, and it offers junior golfers a chance to compete against their peers in a supportive and competitive environment.

“We are proud to be a partner of the Robert Rock Junior Golf Tour,” said David Catford, CEO at PowaKaddy. “As a brand dedicated to supporting golfers at all levels, we believe in nurturing young talent and helping juniors to reach their full potential. We are pleased to provide prize vouchers to the winners of events on the tour, and to help contribute to the growth and development of junior golf in the UK.”

Commenting on the partnership, Natalie Haywood, Tour Director of the Robert Rock Junior Golf Tour, said: “We are thrilled to have PowaKaddy as a sponsor of the Robert Rock Junior Golf Tour in 2023. Their dedication to providing high-quality golf products and their support for junior golf align perfectly with our mission to nurture young talent and promote the sport of golf among juniors.

“We are confident that this partnership will provide valuable opportunities for young golfers and contribute to the success of the tour.”

For more information about PowaKaddy and its products, visit www.powakaddy.com. To learn more about the Robert Rock Junior Golf Tour, visit www.robertrockjuniorgolftour.co.uk.

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