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Srixon will Become the "Official Ball" of the Canadian Tour!

The Canadian Tour today announced a new partnership with Cleveland Golf/Srixon Canada (SRI Sports Group) for a three-year term running through the end of the 2011 Canadian Tour season.

With the announcement, Srixon will become the "Official Ball of the Canadian Tour," and will provide its products on the driving ranges of Tour tournaments staged in Canada and the United States. Cleveland Golf/Srixon Canada will also be added as "Official Equipment Sponsor and an Official supplier of Pro-am prize product at certain Canadian Tour events.

"We have been a big supporter of Srixon balls and clubs for a number of years and we are proud to have them as an official supplier on the Canadian Tour," said Canadian Tour Commissioner Richard Janes of the new partnership. "The addition of Cleveland to this relationship adds another quality brand name to the Canadian Tour family and we are thrilled."

Dan Dodman President of Cleveland Golf/Srixon Canada was equally enthused with today's announcement.

"We are very proud to be associated with the Canadian Tour," maintained Dodman. "Our decision to partner with the Canadian Tour comes from the fact that we have been very impressed with both the calibre of players and the Canadian Tour itself. We have received some very positive feedback from the players. As a growing golf brand in Canada, we believe our association will continue to improve awareness with all golfers while helping Tour players achieve their professional goals by practicing with a quality product."

About the Canadian Tour (
The Canadian Professional Golf Tour is an International Tour with tournament operations in Canada the United States, Mexico and South America representing more than 200 members from around the globe. As one of seven (7) members of the International Federation of PGA Tours, official World Golf Ranking points are awarded to the top six finishers at each Tour event.
Some of the most recognizable names in professional golf have competed on the Canadian Tour, including 2003 Masters Champion Mike Weir. Other Canadian Tour alumni whom have moved on to successful careers on the PGA TOUR, include Chris DiMarco, Stuart Appleby, Steve Stricker, Todd Hamilton, Michael Campbell, Paul Casey, Stephen Ames and Dan Halldorson.

The top 25 Canadian Tour graduates have amassed more than $350 million with 92 wins on the PGA TOUR, and all four (4) Major Golf Championships. Currently 25 of the top 100 ranked golfers in the world are alumni of the Canadian Tour.

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