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CHAMP Wins at John Deere Classic and Scottish Open

The Monday morning golf reports continue to bring great news regarding CHAMP Spikes. This week CHAMP enjoys victories on the PGA and European PGA Tours.

The Scottish Open played at Castle Stuart Golf Links reports that along with the winner 69% of the entire field competed in CHAMP Spikes. Of these high numbers, eight of the top ten finishers on the leader board also wore CHAMP spikes. This marks the 23rd win that CHAMP has taken the top position. In each event played in 2011 on the European PGA Tour CHAMP has enjoyed having over 60% player participation of every field and in some cases nearly the entire field as the percentages have been on the rise.

At the John Deere Classic it was an 18th hole putt that gave the final champion the lead wearing CHAMP spikes. As always there was a strong field representation for CHAMP and this is the 19th event won on the PGA Tour by a player competing in the CHAMP brand.

“CHAMP congratulates both of these champions on their strong play. We continue to be pleased with what we are seeing as far as our representation on the professional tours,” states Harris MacNeill, President and CEO of CHAMP / MacNeill Engineering. “CHAMP’s following continues to grow on tour as well as in retail. One of the most significant changes for CHAMP this year is that the CHAMP Zarma has become increasingly popular on tour as each week our numbers grow. We are looking forward to the British Open and predict that, as always, this Open Championship will be a strong global participation for those wearing CHAMP spikes.”