Ewen Ferguson extends Cobra Puma partnership with multi-year agreement

Ewen Ferguson commits his future to Cobra Puma

DP World Tour winner signs extension with Cobra Puma.

Ewen Ferguson Puma Cobra Image: Modest Golf

DP World Tour winner Ewen Ferguson has signed a new multi-year partnership deal with Cobra Puma.

The new agreement will see Ferguson continue to play with a set of Cobra clubs, carry a Cobra bag, and wear Puma apparel, footwear and accessories.

“At Cobra Puma Golf, we are very excited to be extending our partnership with Ewen Ferguson, Ewen will continue to be a leading figure in our roster of athletes,” said Henrik Pantzar, Head of Golf Europe.

“Ewen has taken his game to the next level during the 2022 season with two wins, and his trust in our equipment is a testament to it being at the forefront of the game, and we are looking forward to working with Ewen on the next stage of an already impressive career.”

Ewen Ferguson Cobra Puma Golf Deal Reaction

Ferguson has been a part of the Puma stable since first joining in 2019, becoming a Cobra tour player the following year.

“I couldn’t be more excited to continue my journey with the Cobra Puma Golf team,” said Ferguson. “Having already had huge success with their products, I’m excited to see them continue their innovation with the clubs.

“I also love the Puma apparel and footwear. It’s so important to have products to support me through all the different climates we experience on the DP World Tour, and PUMA not only do that, but they also make sure I can look cool at the same time.”

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Ewen Ferguson Career Wins

Ferguson landed his first DP World Tour victory of his career at the Qatar Masters in March 2022 when a final round of two-under at Doha Golf Club was enough for a one-shot victory over American Chase Hanna in the Qatar Masters.

Ferguson made it two wins for the season with a dominant performance in the ISPS Handa World Invitational at Galgorm Castle, leading from start to finish.

Ferguson set a new course record of 61 at Galgorm Castle on the opening day and his final round of one-under par was enough for a three shot victory. At 12-under, Ferguson finished ahead of Connor Syme and Borja Virto.