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This ones hot off the press today.  Jamie Sadlowski has signed a multi-year deal with Cleveland Golf.  Sure Jamie has only been trying to compete on tour for a year, and doesn't have the pedigree of a Major winner, but when the longest golfer on tour decides to play your driver you have my attention.  See the press release below and let us know your thoughts!

 

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CLEVELAND GOLF PARTNERS WITH JAMIE SADLOWSKI, THE LONGEST TOUR PRO ON THE PLANET

 

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – Jan. 3, 2018 â€“ Cleveland Golf is pleased to announce the addition of Jamie Sadlowski to their professional tour staff. Sadlowski, a two-time World Long Drive Champion, agreed to terms on a multi-year contract to serve as a global brand ambassador for Cleveland Golf.

 

“I'm thrilled to be joining Cleveland Golf as a global brand ambassador,” Sadlowski said. “As I begin my second year of professional golf around the world, I know the Cleveland Launcher HB Driver, along with the compliment of irons and wedges, will deliver the performance I am looking for.”

 

Sadlowski, 29, hails from St. Paul, Alberta, where he actually started out as a junior hockey player. Sadlowski began his golfing career on the World Long Drive circuit where he won back-to-back championships in 2008 and 2009, and never finished lower than fifth in the world while competing. In 2016, Sadlowski made the transition to competitive professional golf where he competed in different events around the world. Last year, Sadlowski made his PGA Tour debut at the Dean & Deluca Invitational at Colonial Country Club and the Safeway Open, while playing in 10 events on the Mackenzie Tour – PGA Tour Canada.

 

Sadlowski will play the Cleveland Launcher HB Driver, Srixon Z-U65 Utility 2i and 3i, Srixon Z Series irons, Cleveland's RTX-3 wedges (52°, 56°, 60°), and Srixon's Z-Star XV golf ball. In addition, Sadlowski will wear a Cleveland Launcher HB hat, Srixon glove, and carry a Cleveland Golf bag.

 

“As one of the longest tour players on the planet, we know Jamie had many options when selecting his driver,” said Rodney McDonald, Vice President of Tour Operations. “We designed our Launcher HB driver to help all golfers bomb it long and straight – and we're glad Jamie agrees. I've seen many tour players hit drivers, but watching Jamie hit it 370 yards down the fairway in competitive rounds is almost unbelievable. His validation of our technology is really exciting for us.”

 

With a refined swing geared towards competitive rounds, Sadlowski put together some impressive launch conditions with Cleveland's Launcher HB Driver in his hands: ball speed of 190.3 mph, launch angle of 9.7°, spin of 2,454 rpm, carry distance of 343 yards and total distance of 372 yards.

 

“With the Launcher HB driver, I know I will be able to drive the ball longer and straighter which is the key to my game,” Sadlowski said. “I've never been more confident in my golf clubs.”

 

On Jan. 23, 2018, Sadlowski will be giving a demonstration and clinic in the Cleveland Golf area at the 2018 PGA Show Demo Day in Orlando, FL. He will be available to meet with the media during that timeframe. If you would like to schedule an interview, please contact Noelle Zavaleta to set up a time to speak with him.

 

In 2018, Sadlowski will play in events on the PGA Tour, Web.com Tour and the Mackenzie Tour – PGA Tour Canada.

 

 

For additional information on Jamie Sadlowski joining Cleveland Golf, please visit: clevelandgolf.com.

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Jamie is a really cool dude. Nice personality for Cleveland/srixon to grab. Hopefully he can make some waves for them.

 

Normally I'd say tour presence is overrated, but for Cleveland/Srixon they definitely need some fresh successful faces to represent the brand

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Was he with callaway prior to this? Regardless, it will be fun to watch him compete with Cleveland equipment!

 

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Was he with callaway prior to this? Regardless, it will be fun to watch him compete with Cleveland equipment!

 

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Yes he was with Callaway

 

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Nice singing by Srixon/ Cleveland.

It will be nice to see a Cleveland bag on the course again.

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And just like that Cleveland is the longest driver in golf! Now that's smart marketing investment.

Very smart and his other sponsor Lexus ain't too shabby either

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Great guy, loved watching him compete in long drive comp! Looked like a 15 year old out there with some of those hulks.

 

On a side note, if he's playing U65 2i and 3i, why is there a 5w and 4h head cover in his bag?

 

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Great guy, loved watching him compete in long drive comp! Looked like a 15 year old out there with some of those hulks.

 

On a side note, if he's playing U65 2i and 3i, why is there a 5w and 4h head cover in his bag?

 

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Probably for the same reason that there's a Cleveland putter headcover in the picture, even though the press release doesn't say he's playing a Cleveland putter :)

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Probably for the same reason that there's a Cleveland putter headcover in the picture, even though the press release doesn't say he's playing a Cleveland putter :)

Huh.... Overlooked that one

 

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Great. I'm glad Cleveland picked up a noticable name.... But I wish the guy could put this game together and compete on these tours. If I could hit the ball that far... My God I'd be making cuts left and right.

 

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I would be very interested to see an analysis of his game.  What are his stats?  What does he need to get to the next level?  I've seen him play a few holes at the tournaments he played, and his game seems decent.

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Would love to see Jamie get a win on the Web.com tour.....if he could find a short game he could kill it

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