ScoreBand Launches Graham DeLaet Rangefinder

September 07, 2016

ScoreBand Launches Graham DeLaet Rangefinder

ScoreBand Launches Graham DeLaet Rangefinder

 

ScoreBand celebrates Canadian ambassador with new PULSE rangefinder

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 CHARLESTON, SC (September 7, 2016) – ScoreBand, a South Carolina-based golf technology company, announced today the official launch of the ScoreBand PULSE Graham DeLaet Edition rangefinder. The special edition, Canadian-red product will be available immediately through the ScoreBand website and distributed through ScoreBand’s Canadian distributor, G&G Golf Company. 

 

The ScoreBand PULSE Graham DeLaet Edition will have the same price and features as ScoreBand’s flagship PULSE rangefinder. The line of rangefinders is known for providing premium features (400 yard range, 6x magnification, accuracy to within one yard) at an affordable price. The PULSE line of products emphasizes quality and affordable golf technology for the recreational golfer.

 

The ScoreBand partnership with DeLaet kicked-off in Spring 2016 as part of a growth plan for ScoreBand to extend its product range into Canada. The announcement of this product launch, as well as the recent deal with Canadian distributor, G&G Golf Company, confirms that ScoreBand is fully committed to Canadian market expansion.

 

DeLaet is known to be one of the game’s best ballstrikers, while also possessing one of the game’s most colorful personalities on and off the course. After recording three top-10 finishes on the 2016 PGA TOUR schedule, Graham went on to represent Canada and the game of golf in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Off the course, Graham has launched numerous initiatives including his own blue collar craft beer line, Prairie Baard, as well as continuing his philanthropic initiatives through the Graham & Ruby DeLaet Foundation’s charitable work across North America.

“Graham has been a great supporter of the ScoreBand line of products since the beginning of this partnership. He represents perfectly what we are all about as a brand,” said ScoreBand President & Founder, Jody Murdough. “As a symbol of our partnership, we wanted to celebrate Graham’s image and heritage by adding the ScoreBand PULSE Graham DeLaet Edition to our line of golf tech products.”

 

“Growing the game of golf in Canada is a passion of mine. It’s great to see a partner bring products such as these to my home market, giving players at all levels access to golf tech,” said Graham DeLaet. “Plus, it’s also exciting for me to be able to say that I have my own namesake rangefinder.” 

 

For more information on ScoreBand and the PULSE Graham DeLaet Edition, visit www.scoreband.net.

 

About ScoreBand

ScoreBand® is a Charleston, SC-based company specializing in product development for the sporting goods industry. ScoreBand launched in 2011 to help recreational athletes play more focused and have more fun through technology innovations. ScoreBand provides a full product line including the top-selling ScoreBand PULSE laser rangefinder, the streamlined scorekeeping watch the ScoreBand PLAY as well as a fresh line of GPS and smart watches launching in 2016.

 

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For further information, please contact:

 

David Traunero

SportBox Entertainment Group

P: (647) 473 2000

E: dtraunero@sportboxgroup.com





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