RYDER CUP 2018
OFFICIAL SUPPLIER OF WEATHERWEAR TO THE 2016 & 2018 EUROPEAN RYDER CUP TEAM
WE ARE GOLF
We are a pure golf brand, by golfers for golfers. All our passion and desire for innovation is brought straight into the product development here at Galvin Green.
With every new collection we look at what we can do better to help golfers achieve their maximum performance level. This is what drives us. For 2018, we have not only refined all the product lines, we have incorporated lots of new amazing materials and exciting design concepts, such as the revolutionary Interface-1™ hybrid range.
Quality is always at the heart of our work. Golfers should feel confident that our garments deliver what they promise. True to our layering concept, we believe our complete 2018 collection will help serious golfers worldwide to stay ahead, whatever the weather or season.
The Product Development Team,
INTERFACE-1™ hybrid technology
Using the latest technology available in functional outwear, we are excited to introduce the ground-breaking hybrid range. The new INTERFACE-1™ shell layer provides exceptional versatility as a high-performance link between the mid-layer and outer layer. The many dimensions built into the INTERFACE-1™ make it the obvious choice for the serious golfer.
GORE-TEX® fabric with C-KNIT® backer
For the Ryder Cup 2016 we introduced the GORE-TEX® fabric with C-KNIT® backer for the first time. This year we are introducing our softest waterproof range ever – a completely new membrane featuring GORE-TEX® stretch fabric with C-KNIT® backer. This revolutionary Japanese-made technology has a super-smooth hand feel and can easily ‘slide & glide’ over garments underneath.
LE GOLF NATIONAL
Le Golf National, whose creation was decided upon on 27 September 1985 by the Committee of the FFG and its President, Claude-Roger Cartier, took three years of work to create – from July 1987 to 5 October 1990, the date of its inauguration by Ray Floyd, Greg Norman, Jeff Sluman and Marc Farry.
The grounds, which cover 139 hectares, were completely flat and bare when they were chosen, having been used as agricultural land since Louis XIV and the Château de Versailles, when it was one of the areas where wheat was farmed.
This choice allowed the land to be modelled with a topography that suits the objectives of the concept designer, Hubert Chesneau: to construct a golf stadium as a venue for the Open de France and various other national and international competitions, that can be kept open to all, all year round.
Text from www.golf-national.com.