Licensed Solheim Cup Merchandise and Team Gear Now Available at the LPGA ProShop Operated by Fanatics
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2019-03-27
Around 100 different items are on offer, ranging from full-zip jackets and polo shirts to Solheim Cup ball markers, coffee mugs, hat clips, and lapel pins.
By LPGA COMMUNICATIONS
DAYTONA BEACH, Florida — Golf fans eager to acquire licensed merchandise and team gear for the 2019 Solheim Cup do not have to look any further than the new online LPGA ProShop operated by Fanatics, the global leader for licensed sports merchandise.
The 16th edition of the biennial match-play team competition will be played on the world-famous PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland, from Sept. 13-15 and a special Solheim Cup collection of apparel and other items is now available for purchase here.
The LPGA ProShop's Solheim Cup collection offers fans around 100 different items, ranging from full-zip jackets, pullovers and polo shirts to Solheim Cup ball markers, coffee mugs, hat clips and lapel pins.
Thanks to this dynamic new retail partnership with Fanatics, the Ladies Professional Golf Association is positioned among some of the world’s largest sporting organizations with Fanatics also being a key partner of the National Football League, Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League, NASCAR, Major League Soccer and the PGA of America, as well as several top soccer clubs in the English Premier League and across Europe such as Manchester United, Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid.
"The LPGA is excited to be partnering with Fanatics, a global sports merchandise company," said Kelly Hyne, Chief Sales Officer for the LPGA. "With the tremendous assortment of LPGA licensed apparel and items, fans from around the world will be able to show their affinity for the LPGA and for the upcoming Solheim Cup."
Fanatics uses an innovative vertical manufacturing model which combines extensive licensing rights with on-demand manufacturing capabilities and an agile supply chain to quickly provide the most robust assortments of high-quality merchandise to fans worldwide. In addition to e-commerce, the company’s capabilities include multichannel-integrated event and team retail across all leagues and major events such as the Kentucky Derby, Ryder Cup and NHL’s Winter Classic, and international capabilities that provide a global sports retail platform that is growing the licensed sports merchandise business.
The 16th Solheim Cup between the United States and Europe will showcase 24 of the best players in the women’s game as Team USA aims to make it three wins in a row. Scotland will host the competition for the first time since Loch Lomond Golf Club was the venue in 2000.