HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – February 20, 2012 – Cleveland® Golf/Srixon® and Never Compromise® congratulate staffer Skip Kendall for his victory at the Nationwide Tour’s 2012 Pacific Rubiales Colombia Championship, held at the Country Club of Bogota. Kendall, who had left thumb surgery and was forced to take an eight-month hiatus to heal in 2011, becomes the fourth-oldest winner in Nationwide history. Kendall finished the tournament at 10-under 274, earning $108,000 in his fourth career Nationwide title. Kendall has earned almost $9 million in a career that has included over 500 starts on both the PGA TOUR and Nationwide Tour.
Kendall played a Cleveland® Golf Launcher™ Ultralite TL310 driver (8.5°- Miyazaki™ C Kua 59X), Cleveland® Launcher® Ultralite FL fairway woods (14°/19°- Miyazaki™ Kusala Black 83X), Cleveland® 588™ Forged MB irons (4-PW), Cleveland® CG15™ wedges (52°/ 60°), a Never Compromise® Dinero™ Tycoon putter, and a Srixon® Z-STAR™ XV Tour Yellow golf ball, while wearing a Srixon® glove and carrying a Cleveland® Golf bag.
For more information on Cleveland® Golf/Srixon®, Never Compromise® and Cleveland Classics™ apparel or their staff players, please visit www.clevelandgolf.com, www.srixon.com, www.nevercompromise.com and www.clevelandclassicsapparel.com.