Cobra Puma and American Golf to support On Course Foundation
Caption: OCF beneficiary Nick Franklin
American Golf is teaming up with Cobra Puma Golf to donate 10% from every purchase of a limited-edition Cobra camo Speedzone driver to military charity On Course Foundation. Available exclusively online at American Golf, sales of the limited edition Speedzone and Speedzone Xtreme drivers will benefit the charity, which supports wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans.
“On Course Foundation is a fantastic charity that we’re very proud to have supported for several years,” said Iember Gordon, retail marketing manager at American Golf. “When Cobra told us about the limited-edition camo clubs, the military link of the camo design and our commitment to OCF was the perfect match. Cobra has been fantastic in their support for this initiative and I hope that together, we can raise much needed funds for OCF.”
The Limited Edition Speedzone drivers feature tonal digital camo accents on the sole and a full camo face with target crosshairs. The drivers come equipped with a Lamkin Crossline grips and Aldila Rogue Silver 65 130 MSI shafts.
Through its nationwide golf events and programme developing employment opportunities in the golf industry for its members, On Course Foundation has supported the recovery of thousands of service personnel and veterans.
“A lot of our fundraising is through captain’s charities and events held at golf clubs,” said Mark Schorah, head of events and employment at OCF. “This year many activities have been limited, so initiatives like this from Cobra Puma and American Golf are even more important. We’ve had fantastic support from American Golf and its customers for several years, so we’re especially grateful that they continue to show their generosity and continue to help us make a real difference in the recovery of so many Service men and women.”