Justin, who came to prominence as a 17 Year Old amateur with a fourth-place showing at the 1998 British Open, is considered the perfect golfer to help the single malt whisky celebrate its partnership with The Open Championship. The 35 year-old is said to embody Glenmorangie’s ethos of going to untold lengths to create its whisky, born out of his selfless dedication to performing on golf’s biggest stages.
|Justin Rose announced as Glenmorangie's new Global Golf Ambassador|
Glenmorangie, the Spirit of The Open, will feature Justin as the face of their campaign with the star golfer appearing in a series of brand films toasting a shared belief in the uncompromising pursuit of excellence, meticulous preparation and attention to detail. Justin’s role will be to share and celebrate Glenmorangie’s ethos around the world. His partnership with the brand includes scheduled appearances in the US and the UK in 2016.
Commenting on the news, Justin Rose, said: “It is an honour to forge a partnership with such an iconic malt whisky and I am excited to be part of Glenmorangie’s plans to celebrate The Open Championship and what it stands for. Glenmorangie is a whisky I enjoy, and I have an appreciation of the history, traditions and years of experience and dedication that have gone into crafting its unique flavour and finish”.
Justin, who is currently ranked 7th in the official world golf rankings, has firmly cemented himself among golf’s elite competitors with 19 worldwide titles, including seven wins on the PGA Tour and eight victories on the European Tour.
Posted by Steve Rush