PRG supplies Royal County Down

PRG, the supplier of bespoke golf accessories based in County Down, has been providing the Royal County Down pro shop with branded merchandise and support for the return of the Irish Open from 28 to 31 May, 2015. The Irish Open revisits Royal County Down for the first time in 76 years, with Rory McIlroy working hard to bring the ‘Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation’ to the world-famous course, in which Old Tom Morris, Harry Vardon and Harry Colt all had a hand in the design over the years.

With so many people passing through the Royal County Down pro shop over the course of an exciting week, Kevan Whitson and his team have been working hard to ensure they hold sufficient stock of branded accessories to satisfy what is sure to be unprecedented demand for high-quality, Royal County Down merchandise. With PRG’s offices under an hour away, the brand has been perfectly placed to ensure everything is in stock in good time, with a wide range of Royal County Down headcovers, putter covers, ball-markers and accessories ready and waiting for thousands of golf fans.

PRG director, Ross Methven said, “The Irish Open coming back to Royal County Down after so long is a dream come true for the club, but also an incredibly exciting occasion for the PRG team, based just an hour away. That proximity has enabled us to work extremely closely with Kevan and his team to ensure they have just what they need to enjoy a successful week. We know we have the right memento for every golf fan in our comprehensive range and are absolutely delighted with the collection of Royal County Down merchandise PRG has been able to supply to Kevan.” More at:

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