NEW YORK CITY -- Mario Clemens stormed the field in only his 2nd professional event to place fourth at the PGA Tour Latinoamerica Chile Open. Mario stole the show with a Mexican Flag ClubCrown on his driver.
"We're thrilled Mario is using our product," says Brendan Doyle, president of ClubCrown. "After a stellar collegiate career, he's making a smooth transition into the professional golf arena. We look forward to many more years of success with him."
Clemens shared the third-round lead, only to post a 1-over 73 in the final round Sunday at Club de Golf Los Leones in Santiago. He finished the tournament at 11 under par.
"Previously Mexico's number one amateur golfer, Mario is one of the hardest working players I have met and an even better person," says Doyle. "It is great to see him utilizing ClubCrown to show his deep affiliation with his Mexican heritage."
About ClubCrown by VIVE
ClubCrown manufactures high-tech films that are professionally installed on the crowns of drivers, fairway woods and hybrids. The New York-based company teaches retailers its patented 10-minute installation process. Consumers bring their clubs to ClubCrown's retail partners, to have the product installed. The films are available in hundreds of designs, colors, patterns, universities and logos. ClubCrowns are extremely durable and are highly resistant to bubbles, ripples and peeling. They add roughly one swing weight and are removable. Plus, they conform with USGA rules and conform to the Rules of Golf.
ClubCrown officially launched its product at Roger Dunn Santa Ana in July of 2012. The product is now being rolled out across the U.S. and internationally.
All designs are available at www.ClubCrown.com.
For more information contact Mary Beth Lacy at:
Phone: (760) 346-6942