Skechers Elite Athlete Brooke Henderson Wins Season-opening LPGA Tour Event

Skechers Elite Athlete Brooke Henderson Wins Season-opening LPGA Tour Event.

It was an incredible weekend for Skechers’ elite golfer, Brooke Henderson who won the season-opening event on the LPGA Tour – the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions by four shots Sunday!

Brooke competed and took her 13th LPGA win in a pair of Skechers GO GOLF Elite 4 Hyper™ (pictured below). This style is Brooke’s shoe of choice as it keeps her low to the ground and offers stability. She also wore Skechers apparel on tour with the Skechers logo front and center on her visor.

Skechers GO GOLF Elite 4 Hyper™ Key Features/Technologies:

  • Highly responsive, ultra-lightweight Hyper Burst® midsole cushioning
  • High-rebound Skechers Goga Max cushioned insole
  • Spikeless durable grip TPU outsole
  • Low drop design
  • Waterproof protection

Henderson joined the Skechers elite golf team in 2016, wears Skechers GO GOLF footwear and apparel on tour and has been featured in ongoing marketing campaigns for the brand.

Brooke has become a prominent face in women’s golf since turning professional in December 2014. She won her first LPGA Tour event in 2015 at the Cambia Portland Classic, a title she would defend in 2016. She went on to become the second youngest player to capture a major championship with her win at the 2016 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Brooke also represented Canada at the Olympic games in Brazil and again in Tokyo in 2021. In 2018, she won the Lotte Championship, and she also became the first Canadian in 45 years to win the national championship at the CP Women’s Open. Now with 13 LPGA titles including the Hugel-Air Premia LA Open in April 2021 and the Evian Championship in 2022, Henderson owns the record for most professional golf wins by a male or female Canadian. She is currently ranked #6 in the World Golf Rankings.

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