Watson has magnetic attraction to Bioflow

Bioflow, supplier of magnetic wrist products, has announced that Sally Watson, is to represent the brand as an ambassador on the Ladies’ European Tour this season. The 23-year-old from Fife is the latest professional golfer to recognise the benefits of Bioflow magnetic therapy, joining Lee Westwood, Paul Lawrie, Chris Wood, Thomas Aiken and Catriona Matthew.

The Bioflow Sport and Bioflow Sport Twin wristbands feature patented ‘Central Reverse Polarity’ technology. This strong, multi-directional force of magnetism is designed to complement an active lifestyle, with a combination of patented magnet technology in a durable silicone sports wristband that is water resistant.

The highlights of Watson’s 2014 season were two third place finishes in the Ladies’ Slovak Open, and then on home soil in the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies’ Scottish Open, where she contended strongly for the title before eventually finishing three behind the winner. Watson also opened her 2015 campaign strongly with sixth place finish in the RACV Masters in Australia.

Richard Corsie MBE, managing director of Bioflow commented, “We’re delighted to welcome Sally to Team Bioflow. With the likes of Tommy Fleetwood, Scott Jamison and now Sally on-board we have some of the brightest young British golfers wearing and enjoying the benefits of Bioflow magnetic therapy.” More at: www.bioflowsport.com

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