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Professional posts ‘For Sale’ signal on his golf bag…in three languages

Do you personal an organization with curiosity in elevating your model consciousness on a world stage? Effectively European Tour professional Thomas Pieters has the right alternative for you, and he’s not hiding it.

At this week’s Maybank Malaysia Championship, Pieters was noticed with a really uncommon signal on his golf bag, one which is perhaps the first-of-its-kind.

On the entrance of his lime-green Callaway tour bag are three rectangular patches with the identical message written in three completely different languages: FOR SALE.

Golf teacher Jamie Gough observed the odd signal and determined to submit a photograph of it to Twitter, which you’ll see right here.

One of the best piece of selling I’ve seen shortly! @EuropeanTour @Thomas_Pieters @maybankchampion pic.twitter.com/cb3UuhLOYV

— Jamie Gough (@jamiegoughgolf) March 19, 2019

It seems that the 27-year-old professional, who has three European Tour wins on his resume, is at the moment and not using a bag sponsor. For the previous 18 months, Pieters has used the area on his bag to advertise issues of private curiosity to him, in line with Bunkered.

Now, although, Pieters would really like a paying sponsor, thanks very a lot. The three languages featured in his plea are English, Dutch and Japanese.

This isn’t really the primary time Pieters has employed his artistic technique. Photographers captured his ‘For Sale’ golf bag two weeks in the past on the Qatar Masters.

I’m no advertising professional, however this looks like a fantastic alternative for a brand new firm desirous to make a reputation for themselves. Regardless of being ranked No. 81 within the World, Pieters is a real expertise who might have a profession breakthrough at any time.

Along with his three wins on the European Tour, Pieters performed on the 2016 European Ryder Cup crew and has carried out very properly at majors previously. He completed T28 ultimately 12 months’s British Open and T6 shortly thereafter on the PGA Championship.

His greatest profession end at a serious is a T4 on the 2017 Masters.

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