One of the newest additions to the TrendyGolf lineup is Wolsey, a brand that has been trading since 1755. Worn on tour by Robert Rock, James Heath and Tom Lewis, Wolsey is set to shake the golf fashion world with their latest offering.
The Autumn/Winter 14 Collection will be up on our site shortly, but to give you a little sneak peak, we wanted to introduce to you the three iconic Wolsey Pioneers...
Wolsey plan to recreate a team of inspiring pioneers that champion Wolsey's spirit of adventure and demonstrate key brand messages through strategic advertorial campaigns, sponsored activities and media feature placements.
Robert Rock enjoyed the finest moment of his career when he won the 2012 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, holding off a host of star names including Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods to triumph by one shot. The previou September he had ended a long wait for his maiden title claiming the BMW Italian Open and had come close two years previously losing out to Shane Lowry in a play-off.
Rock rose to prominence from a Midland PGA Professional and coach with impressive performance in 2003 at the Benson & Hedges International Open and PGA Championship before fulfilling his dream of playing on the European Tour.
Jame Heath won the second qualifying stage at Las Colina before claiming the 12th card at the final stage at PGA Catalunya Resort to secure a return to the European tour for the first time since 2007. James turned professional at the end of 2004 following a hugely successful amateur career in which he won the English Amateur Championship and the Lytham Trophy in the same year.
A protégé of Britain's most successful golfer, Sir Nick Faldo, James won the prestigious Faldo Series in 2002 and became the first member of Team Faldo, such was the impression he made on the six time major champion. Faldo continues to influence his career as a mentor.
Tom Lewis won his maiden European Tour tile during only his third professional start in Portugal after a stunning final round of 65. During the 140th Open Championship, Tom shot to fame having posted the lowest score by an amateur in Open history during the first round at Royal St. Georges, another 65! Tom also played a part in the successful 2011 Walker Cup team shortly before turning professional.
Hailing from Welwyn Garden City, the same club as Sir Nick Faldo, Tom was named after his father's golfing hero, and the mane he shared the tee with during that first round of 65 at the Open Championship, America's Ryder Cup captain, Tom Watson.