In August 2021, at Porsche Centre Bournemouth we announced our Partnership with Pure Golf Management and two of their Golf Professionals, Hayley Davis and Ryan Harmer.
We will continue to follow their success throughout this year, but here is an update on their 2021 achievements.
Before turning professional Hayley reached a ranking of 12th female amateur in the world!
During the 2021 season Hayley won in Spain with her team on the Aramco Series, a new series of events on the Ladies European Tour.
This season Hayley will be competing on the Ladies European Tour and Rose Series in the UK once again. In addition will also be hoping to qualify for Majors the US Open and British Open!
Ryan made 3 Top 10 finishes this season playing on the PGA EuroPro Tour, Clutch Pro Tour and Jamega Tour and on two occasions shooting 6 under par rounds.
From the Isle of Wight Ryan is the highest ranked golfer in history from the Island and hoping to continue to build on this! Successfully retaining his PGA EuroPro status for the 2nd year running
Ryan is hoping to push on to the Challenge Tour and European Tour this coming season.
We will continue to follow Hayley and Ryan through their 2022 golf journey and wish them the best of luck for this years competitions.
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