Golf News for Wednesday, October 10, 2012 | Products

IJP Design congratulates David Lingmerth on Tour victory

IJP Design would like to congratulate Sweden's David Lingmerth on his first professional victory at the Tour's Neediest Kids Championship. The victory moved David from 27th to 7th on the money list for 2012, securing his 2013 PGA Tour playing card.

Played under damp, cloudy and rainy conditions, David's 66 on Sunday was the low round of the day and propelled him from 8th position all the way into the winners circle. "I was actually fist pumping in the car coming to the course," said Lingmerth. "I knew it was going to be lousy weather. This is a good day in Sweden."

Wearing the white tech trouser, rock blade shirt and dove belt with lemon superman buckle from the Spring/Summer 2012 collection, David was able to stay dry, warm and comfortable in his stylish IJP Design apparel and accessories. "I am very pleased with the way I played under difficult conditions," added Lingmerth. "It is a big advantage knowing that the tough weather conditions will not affect your play."

"We are thrilled to congratulate David on his first professional victory," said Scott Davis, U.S. Brand Director of IJP Design. "Our distinctive and versatile lines are driven by high quality tailoring and technical perfection, combining the latest in apparel technology with an updated fashionable edge. We are excited to see David finish out this year in style and to his PGA Tour debut in 2013."

More information on IJP Design is available through the IJP Clubhouse at "The IJP Clubhouse is packed with first-hand news on IJP products, special VIP insider information on Ian and what IJP clothes he is wearing and information about promotions and competitions," stated Davis.

About IJP Design
Launched in 2007, IJP Design, a lifestyle brand, was founded by PGA pro Ian James Poulter after he was unable to find apparel he wanted to wear on the golf course that looked good and performed well, combining high quality tailoring with technical perfection. Personally tested on the fairway by Poulter, each item in the IJP Collection is meticulously crafted and hand finished down to the finishing touches. Fusing updated classic fashion with thoughtful fairway functionality, IJP Design is entirely focused on creating clothing which is both eminently practical and equally stylish. IJP Design just completed its 11th Men's Collection and first ever Junior Collection. By the end of 2012, IJP Design will be stocked in all 30 golf playing nations around the world. More information can be found at

For More Information contact:
Stuart Goldstein
Raker Goldstein & Co.

Scott Davis
IJP Design