Cutter & Buck to be lead apparel supplier for 2013 Solheim Cup Merchandise Pavilion

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USA fans show their support during the singles matches on day three of the 2011 Solheim Cup at Killeen Castle Golf Club on September 25, 2011 in Dunshaughlin, County Meath, Ireland.

PARKER, Colo., May 7, 2013 – Cutter & Buck, an LPGA partner for the last five years, will serve as the lead apparel supplier for the 2013 Solheim Cup’s merchandise pavilion when the international event takes place Aug. 13-18 at Colorado Golf Club.
The clothing manufacturer will provide men’s and women’s apparel of all sorts, including Cutter & Buck Classic and fashion and outerwear pieces and the highly popular Annika line, named for and inspired by Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam, who is serving as a vice captain for the European Team this year. Cutter & Buck will also supply retail fixtures for the 8,200-square-foot pavilion.

“Cutter & Buck has provided top-quality clothing as an LPGA partner for years, and we are so happy to have the company on board for the Solheim Cup,” Solheim Cup Tournament Director Becky Newell said. “The merchandise pavilion will be a must-see spot on tournament grounds, and Cutter & Buck will also help our volunteers be comfortable, cool and looking good all week. Fans visiting Colorado Golf Club can pick up some great apparel in the pavilion that will help them remember the event and cheer on their favorite players and teams.”

In addition, Cutter & Buck will provide uniforms for the more than 1,500 dedicated volunteers who will help make the Solheim Cup a success.

“It’s truly an honor for Cutter & Buck to partner with the LPGA on the 2013 Solheim Cup,” said Jake Rawson, Cutter & Buck’s director of sales. “The event has a rich history of exciting competition, and we look forward to a world-class event at the Colorado Golf Club.”

More than 120,000 spectators are expected for the 2013 Solheim Cup, which features the top 12 women’s professional golfers from Europe against the United States’ top dozen stars. These teams are led by captains Meg Mallon for the United States and Liselotte Neumann for Europe. Europe won the last Solheim Cup in Ireland in 2011, but the U.S. Team has never lost on home soil (6-0), making Colorado Golf Club a promising setting for an intense competition.

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