CAMARILLO, CA, January 7, 2020 – Sacks Parente Golf Company, builders of exceptional putting instruments that defy convention, announces that Mike Ferris has joined the company as Chief Strategy Officer.
Ferris is a veteran in the golf industry, with over 20 years of experience marketing brands including TaylorMade, adidas golf, Callaway, Top-Flite and Spalding. As an innovative marketing and operating executive, he has driven revenue growth and improved profitability, leading business units, brand marketing and product categories across global markets. As Chief Strategy Officer at Sacks Parente, Ferris will formulate a strategic direction and develop creative branding and marketing ideas to grow the brand.
“Sacks Parente has a clear mission with a passion to innovate and make putting easier,” said Ferris. “The company’s premium putting instruments perform great and they feel great. The quality of the product and the science behind the design is exceptional and I’m excited to help grow the brand and the business.”
“We’re ready to take Sacks Parente to the next level and create and implement short-term and long-range strategic goals,” said Tim Triplett, CEO of Sacks Parente Golf. “Mike has a proven track record of being able to analyze and understand complex situations and propose and successfully implement action plans at the global level. He brings a great deal of creative energy and passion to his work and we’re thrilled to welcome him to the Sacks Parente team.”
All Sacks Parente putting instruments feature the company’s patented Ultra-Low Balance Point (ULBP) technology that lowers the balance point along the shaft between the sole and a point not more than 5 inches above the sole, causing the putter head to square and release at impact, delivering exceptional rollout and accuracy. Every Sacks Parente putter is hand crafted and 100% milled from the finest stainless steels and aluminums. Every component is produced to the most exacting standards possible. With patented technology developed to improve your putting game, these instruments use as much as 126 grams of MOI stabilizing tungsten and are assembled with rigorous attention to detail.