Scottie Scheffler lands first endorsement deal since Masters win

Scottie Scheffler has had four PGA Tour victories, including his major Masters Tournament win, within six months of starting to use a home golf fitness training system called GOLFFOREVER. It’s no big surprise, then, that Scheffler has signed on as a brand ambassador – the first sponsorship deal for golf’s No.1-ranked player since winning the Masters last month.

Scheffler, 25, will appear in video content and advertisements, using the GOLFFOREVER system the same way he incorporates it into his daily routine.

“It’s a tool and an approach that is essential to my preparation for the PGA Tour, and I respect GOLFFOREVER’s mission to help all golfers improve their bodies and play their best with the same scientific approach as the mine,” Scheffler said. “I am proud to be their ambassador and excited about the relationship to come.”

Scheffler joins another Texan, Justin Leonard, who was GOLFFOREVER’s original PGA Tour ambassador and is making the transition to PGA Tour champions this summer.

In November 2021, Scheffler was introduced to the system by a chiropractor and trainer he has worked with for a decade: Dr. Troy Van Biezen, who is also a renowned contributor and instructor within the GOLFFOREVER app. The two have worked together to develop a variety of pre-tour warm-ups, flexibility routines and strength workouts that Scheffler follows daily, including during the week of his three-time victory at Augusta National.

GOLFFOREVER combines a multi-purpose fitness and warm-up tool with video streaming routines to help improve flexibility, core strength, balance, rotational power and injury recovery. The first golf-specific home training program to combine the use of home exercise equipment with step-by-step instruction, GOLFFOREVER personalizes each golfer’s exercise routines through a proprietary strength and flexibility test. .

“Anyone familiar with the game understands that any slight advantage PGA Tour players can gain over their competition can mean the difference between winning and missing cuts,” said Jon Levy, CEO of GOLFFOREVER.

“We are honored that Scottie chose to train with our new system last fall, and continues to prepare his body and his game with it almost daily,” added Levy. “This opportunity not only shines a light on what elite players like him need to do to maximize their potential, it will help all golfers learn just how much they can improve their game with GOLFFOREVER.”



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