Ludvig Aberg Signs Multi-Year Agreement with Adidas

Adidas and Ludvig Aberg team up with a multi-year agreement

Adidas agree a multi-year partnership with Ludvig Aberg.

Ludvig Aberg

Former world no.1 amateur Ludvig Aberg has signed a multi-year agreement with Adidas as he begins his professional career on the PGA Tour.

Aberg made his professional debut at the RBC Canadian Open in June 2023, finishing in a very respectable T25.

Ahead of his second appearance on the PGA Tour, 23-year-old Swede Aberg has signed a long-term agreement to become an Adidas athlete.

He will wear Adidas headwear, apparel, footwear and accessories on the course.

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Ludvig Aberg Adidas Reaction

“This past year has been an incredible journey and I couldn’t be more excited to wear the 3-Stripes as I start this next chapter of my career,” said Aberg.

“The team at adidas is always committed to making the best for golfers and I’m proud to officially join the team.”

Jeff Lienhart, president of Adidas Golf, added: “With a lot on the line this year, Ludvig showed he is truly a remarkable athlete.

“He’s earned it all through amazing play and desire to win and we look forward to supporting him in the 3-Stripes as he begins his journey as a professional.”

Ludvig Aberg Career & Wins

Ludvig reached the No. 1 amateur status in the World Amateur Golf Rankings and finished as the leader of the PGA Tour University Ranking. That guarantees him his PGA Tour card for 2023 and 2024.

In a successful collegiate career with Texas Tech University, Aberg is the most decorated in history with his accolades including back-to-back Ben Hogan Awards and eight tournament wins.

Those victories include back-to-back Big 12 Conference Championship wins and a trio of The Prestige titles.

Prior to beginning his collegiate career, Aberg won the Galvin Green Junior Open and Skandia Junior Open in 2016 and the 2017 Fairhaven Trophy.

He went on to score victories as an amateur in the Swedish Golf Tour events the Katrineholm Open and Barsebäck Resort Masters in 2020 as an amateur.