Ian Poulter, COBRA PUMA GOLF worldwide star, won the HSBC Champions in China today. Ian shot a 21 under par to secure the win using COBRA Golf equipment and wearing PUMA Golf footwear and belt. Ian’s win comes after four top ten finishes during the season along with a pivotal role in Europe’s win at the 2012 Ryder Cup.
Ian started the final round tied for fourth place and grinded his way to the top of the leader board with eight birdies in the final round. With seven holes left to play, Ian was tied for the lead with Phil Mickelson at an overall 20 under. On 12, Ian pulled away and another birdie on 14 put him 2 ahead of the pack.
“Ian is a worldwide golf sensation,” commented Bob Philion, President of COBRA PUMA GOLF. “Ian is a global phenomenon with wins, and fans, all over the world. His world class performance, determination and unquestionable personality have made him an ideal ambassador for COBRA PUMA GOLF.”
Ian sported the Neo Classic ProTypes, a shoe developed by PUMA Golf for Ian when he switched to PUMA Golf footwear earlier this year. The Neo Classic ProType features S2Quill® technology, giving Ian ultimate traction, comfort and style on the course.
Ian used his COBRA Golf equipment to help secure his win. Ian’s bag consists of:
- ZL EncoreTM Driver in White, 8.5 Neutral with 45.75” Aldila RIP Phenom 50X
- AMP 3Wood with Project X 7B3 X
- Baffler Rail 2H with Matrix Radix 8X Hybrid
- S3 Pro Irons 4-6 CB, 7-P MB with Dynamic Golf X100
His ZL Encore Driver features Multi Material Construction with a carbon fiber crown and sole , 6-4 Titanium body and 6-4 Titanium Face that features E9 Face TechnologyTM with dual roll and Adjustable Flight TechnologyTM. These powerful technologies provide a larger sweet zone on the face, optimized ball flight and maximizes forgiveness, combined they maximize distance and accuracy. Ian plays the ZL Encore in White with Black and Red options also available to consumers. The AMP 3 Wood features E9 Face Technology, Advanced Material PlacementTM and Adjustable Flight Technology TM for fine tuning launch and distance.