Irish company Seed Golf have announced that they will continue to be the Official Ball for the 2019 EuroPro Tour ahead of the season commencing opener at The Melbourne Club, Brocket Hall.
This year Seed has released a new golf ball becoming their first four-piece design, SD-02. The ball provides an evolution in performance from the original SD-01. With it geared for lower spin off the driver, a slightly later ball, a dual cover for greater green control. The SD-02 is a truly great all-around golf ball.
“Our whole mantra is to make golf more accessible and more affordable for more people,” said Dean Klatt, MD of Seed Golf who focus on the best model for each performance category and sell direct-to-consumer via seedgolf.com.
“This is our third season being involved with The PGA EuroPro Tour and we’re really looking forward to working with the Tour’s players once again. They’re an incredibly talented bunch of players and it’s great to have the opportunity to assist in the early stages of their careers,” added Klatt.
“Our whole mantra is to make golf more accessible and more affordable for more people. The balls help us do this by providing really high quality, tour performance golf balls for a fraction of the normal cost….we help golfers improve by using a better ball, and save them money at the same.”
“It’s great to be able to help professional players at this level, and the feedback we’ve received has been instrumental in the process of developing the products we have today. It’s a win-win really.”
Daniel Godding, Chief Executive at the PGA EuroPro Tour said: “I am delighted to have Seed join the tour as our official ball partner and look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
The PGA EuroPro Tour creates one of golfs’ most enjoyable and fun TV Programmes. Hosted by Sky Sports Presenter and Ex USA PGA Tour Professional John E Morgan and renowned golf Journalist Kit Alexander. The 2-hour highlights show off the best of Europe’s leading development tour.
An official satellite to the European Tour, The PGA EuroPro Tour offers direct access to the higher stages of the game. PGA EuroPro Tour players will compete for over £1 million of prize money in 2019, with the top five golfers at the end of the season awarded a category on the 2020 Challenge Tour.
Seed Golf is based in Co. Carlow, Ireland and delivers tour grade golf equipment direct to golfers for a fraction of the cost of comparable brands. Seed’s SD-02 is available to buy on their website.
They can be find on social media as ‘Seed Golf’ and #WhatsYourSpeed