Jeff Overton has joined Cleveland Golf’s PGA Tour staff. The 2010 Ryder Cup team member will play Cleveland woods, irons and wedges, while wearing a Cleveland hat and carrying a Cleveland bag.
“Jeff is an extremely talented player who is an ideal fit for our staff,” said Greg Hopkins, CEO of Cleveland Golf/Srixon. “It’s always exciting for us to have a rising star, playing the best golf of his young career, choose to play our products and want be a part of our team. We’re thrilled to have him represent Cleveland Golf.”
Overton posted a career-best six top-10 finishes in 2010 that included runner-up finishes at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the HP Byron Nelson Championship and the inaugural Greenbrier Classic.
“Cleveland Golf is the perfect match to help support me both on and off the course,” said Overton. “Cleveland Golf’s passion for their players and brand was very appealing to me. I am grateful for Cleveland Golf’s belief in me and I am really excited for the 2011 season.”
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