Porsche Centre Bournemouth are excited to announce a new Partnership with Pure Golf Ltd .
We will be sponsoring two of their players, Hayley Davis and Ryan Harmer. Managing Director, George Barry said Pure Golf Ltd pride themselves on having a wide cross section of the best golfing talent on the South Coast. From talented young amateurs, to regional professionals playing on developmental tours right to the top of the European game on the PGA European Tour and Ladies European Tour they have it covered.
Last season Hayley was winner of the Ladies Access Tour Order of Merit 2019, gaining her full Ladies European Tour card for the 2020 season. Before turning professional was ranked 12th female amateur in the world and currently has the Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking 361.
Last season Ryan finished 25th in the PGA EuroPro Tour Order of Merit. Highlights included finishing 2nd in the PGA EuroPro Tour at Frilford Heath. Ryan also qualified to final stage of Open Qualifying 2019 narrowly missing out on a start. As an amateur played a big part of the Hampshire team to win the English County Finals 2017.
We look forward to following Hayley and Ryan through their golf journey and wish them the best of luck for their future competitions.
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