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Galvin Green sign Modest! Golf Management’s Guido

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Premium performance clothing brand Galvin Green has signed the promising 19-year-old Italian golfer Guido Migliozzi as he sets out on a professional career on the European Challenge Tour.
Guido was Modest! Golf’s first professional signing last year and if you are not familiar with Modest! Golf we did a full feature with Directors Niall Horan and Mark McDonnell after last year’s NI Open which you can see by clicking here.

“I’m very pleased to be wearing Galvin Green garments at the start of my professional career, because the technical clothing they produce is sure to help me in different playing conditions and I’ll always look so stylish,” said Guido.

Commenting on the signing, Greg Pearse, Managing Director of Galvin Green in the UK & Ireland, said: “Guido is a big talent with a very exciting future. It’s vitally important to us that a player loves to wear our clothing and can see the benefits we can offer their game, whatever the weather through our Multi-layer Concept. We also see the signing of Guido as being the start of a very special relationship with the team at Modest! Golf, with whom we share many synergies in identifying young talent with big prospects and supporting them to maximise their potential.”

Both Niall and fellow director Mark McDonnell share the positive outlook of everyone at Galvin Green and see this agreement as the start of an exciting long-term partnership.
“We appreciate the support Galvin Green has shown both Guido and Modest! Golf and look forward to a great relationship moving forward,” said Niall Horan.

“We’re delighted to have forged a connection with Galvin Green, one of the leading brands in golf apparel,” said Mark McDonnell. “Our two companies have many similar objectives and we look forward to continuing to develop a close relationship moving forward.”

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