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ANTIGUA SPORTSWEAR TO EXPAND PRO GOLF INVOLVEMENT
Published January 4, 1995
Antigua Sportswear will expand its involvement with professional golf in 1995 through added sponsorships of athletes and a program that will help introduce golf to under-privileged children. Among the golfers added to Antigua's team will be Mark Brooks and 1994 LPGA Rookie of the Year Annika Sorenstam. They join current PGA professionals Billy Mayfair and Billy Casper on the Antigua roster. The company's "Team Antigua On Tour Youth Golf Project" will donate $1,000 to a youth golf project each time a Team Antigua player wins a tournament (Antigua).