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In the second round of The Honda Classic 2020, Charl Schwartzel holes a 206-yard approach shot for eagle on the par-4 16th hole.
Major champion Charl Schwartzel goes on air with PGA Tour Radio’s Mark Lye to discuss his change to the Clear golf ball for the 2020 season, his top 5 finish at ATT Pebble Beach, and his tournament schedule ahead.
Clear Golf and the Symetra Tour have officially announced a new partnership for the 2020 season. Professionals competing on the Symetra Tour will be supplied with Clear golf balls on the driving range at each of the Tour’s 20-plus events.
New partnership names Clear Golf as the official golf ball of the Symetra Tour, the official qualifying tour of the LPGA, to provide professionals with balls for the 2020 season.
Champions Tour Professional golfer joins Sirius XM PGA Tour Radio to discuss the news of major champion making the decision to exit his former contract to play Clear Golf.
In the final round of the 2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Charl Schwartzel lands his 181-yard tee shot 4 feet from the cup at the par-3 17th hole. He would make the putt for birdie.
“The ball is extremely precise and performs beyond expectations. I feel a remarkable competitive advantage with the Clear ball. I’m thrilled to be joining the Clear team and look forward to many successful years playing Clear.”
Charl Schwartzel sinks 13-footer for birdie at AT&T Pebble Beach. In the second round of the 2020 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Charl Schwartzel rolls in a 13-foot putt to make birdie at the Pebble Beach par-5 18th hole
An ever-changing equipment landscape in the professional ranks has seen a number of players sign club and ball deals that have raised some eyebrows. The latest surprise is Charl Schwartzel’s decision to ink a golf ball, hat and bag deal with Delray Beach, Florida-based Clear Sports.Schwartzel is the first high-profile name to put Clear’s golf ball in play on the European and PGA Tours.
As the latest free agent on tour Charl Schwartzel is taking advantage by putting a seriously mixed bag of clubs in play. He rounds out his bag with a Clear Golf golf ball.
Schwartzel has decided to “ink a golf ball, hat and bag deal” with Florida-based Clear Golf.
Ultra-exclusive golf ball manufacturer partners with the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Metropolitan Section for 2019/2020 season. This new partnership also makes Clear an official sponsor of the Met PGA’s Assistant PGA Professional Tour, a series of tournaments for the next generation of Met PGA Professionals.
Golf balls are always one of the most popular gifts for golfers every holiday season and Clear, which has been called the “Rolls Royce of golf balls,” is at the top end of the growing direct-to-consumer market.
Clear Golf Becomes the Title Sponsor of Canadian Golf Tour, the “Grand Lakes Tour”. The Ultra-exclusive golf ball manufacturer crosses the Canadian border as the new title sponsor of the Grand Lakes Tour Order of Merit.
Garry Singer joins PGA Tour Radio’s “Time to Let it Fly” to talk the high-performance Clear Golf shaft and why it’s important for your game to find the right shaft rather than using the stock shafts that come with club heads.
ClearSports Chairman Ed Brown on the company’s decision change it up and what makes its golf balls stand out from its competitors.
Former President & CEO of Patrón Tequila and newly appointed Chairman of ClearSports takes a break from playing at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with Graeme McDowell to speak with PGA Tour Radio’s Mark Lye about ClearSports and his new position with the brand.
“The golf business has had a lot of the traditional people running companies for a long time. I think it’s time for this industry to have some new blood come in, shake things up a little bit and get people looking at things in a different way.”
“The ClearSports commitment to produce the world’s finest golf ball gets no stronger validation than acquiring the leadership of one of the world’s most premium brands to guide our brand to new heights.”
Regularly available only to those who have undergone the application process for membership, ClearSports decided to allow a limited public release of its 3-piece Clear Red and 4-piece Clear Black balls that are popular with a growing group of professional athletes and celebrities.
ClearSports professional golfer Skip Kendall discusses obtaining full exempt status on the Champions Tour at TPC Tampa Bay using the ClearSports golf ball.
“These balls perform flawlessly and feel like the best of the best I have ever played.”
Guest host of Morning Drive and NHL Legend Jeremy Roenick calls Clear “the best golf ball in the world.”
“Clear designs and manufactures the best conforming golf ball possible without regard for cost. Years of research, development and testing resulted in the Clear ball — simply the finest USGA conforming golf ball that can be made.”
PGA Champions Tour professional and ClearSports ambassador Skip Kendall featured on PGA Tour Radio show “Time to Let it Fly with Mark Lye”.
“You’ll need an invitation to play the balls from Clear Sports LLC. Among the celebrities and former professional athletes who pay to use Clear’s golf balls are Sean Connery, Paul O’Neill, Jeremy Roenick and Ivan Lendl.”
Professional golfer and ClearSports player Charlie Bull discusses why he chooses to play Clear on tour. Interview aired on Sirius XM PGA Tour Radio’s “Time to Let it Fly with Mark Lye”
“ClearSports’ target user is an athlete who wants the absolute best equipment, is willing to pay the price for it, and craves exclusivity. After 6 years in the business, the company seems to have figure out the secret sauce to success as it continues to expand on its existing line of products.”
“You’ve probably never heard of Clear’s ultra-exclusive ‘members only’ golf ball, but if you have, you’re in some pretty elite company.”
ClearSports Founder and CEO discusses why he made it his mission to create the world’s best golf products and what makes Clear the absolute best golf ball on the market.
“Imagine having unlimited funds to make a golf ball, that’s what they’re doing. Clear is in the business of making the best ball, regardless of cost.”