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Crest Link to sponsor SMBC Singapore Open

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Golf apparel company CREST LINK will partner next year’s SMBC Singapore Open as the Official Apparel Sponsor.

The established Malaysian brand has a long association with Singapore’s national Open and will fittingly rekindle their partnership when the event returns in 2016 after a hiatus of three years.

The SMBC Singapore Open, boasting prize money of US$1 million, will be played on The Serapong Course at Sentosa Golf Club from January 28 to 31.

It is the 50th edition of the tournament and for the first time it will be jointly sanctioned by the Asian Tour and the Japan Golf Tour Organisation.

“We are thrilled that Singapore’s national Open is back and we quickly made the decision to become the Official Apparel Sponsor once again,” said Raymond Yee, Managing Director for CREST LINK.

“The SMBC Singapore Open will be one of the region’s showpiece golfing events and it is an ideal event for CREST LINK to be aligned with,” added Yee.

CREST LINK have strong ties with the Tours and players in the region and boast a wealth of top brand ambassadors such as Thailand’s Thaworn Wiratchant, New Zealand’s Michael Campbell, Singapore’s Choo Tze Huang, Filipinos Frankie Minoza and Antonio Lascuna, and Malaysians Shaaban Hussin and Sukree Othman.

Also part of their stable are Australians Adam Crawford, Stephen Douglas Allan, and Craig Hancock and Irishmen Damien McGrane and Peter Lawrie.

As the exclusive apparel partner, CREST LINK will provide attire to all officials and event staff, as well as supplying Pro Am apparel.

CREST LINK uses imported microfibre material made from high quality yarn. The apparel offers efficient moisture absorption and evaporation, and a smooth and much lighter feel helps golfers to perform better..

Crest Link apparel also comes in fashionable colours and designs to suit all golfers.

For more information about Crest Link, visit www.crestlink.net.

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