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John Deere extends partnership with LPGA as Tour’s official equipment supplier

Company is also official supplier for Solheim Cup event

February 1, 2024  By Turf & Rec

John Deere has extended its multi-year partnership with the LPGA Tour to remain its official golf course equipment supplier.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with John Deere, reinforcing our shared commitment to advancing women in golf and delivering top-notch playing experiences worldwide for our athletes,” Nicole Metzger, chief sales and partnerships officer, LPGA, said. “As John Deere remains the official golf course equipment supplier of the LPGA Tour and further enhances  their support as the official sponsor and equipment supplier for the 2024 Solheim Cup, we are excited to collaborate closely with them even more.”

John Deere has also signed on as the official golf Course equipment supplier of the 2024 Solheim Cup, which will take place at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Va. The LPGA and John Deere will work closely with Robert Trent Jones Golf Club agronomists to produce exceptional playing conditions, using industry-leading John Deere golf course management equipment and technology solutions. In addition, John Deere has previously supported golf course management for the 2019 and 2021 Solheim Cups, which were contested at Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course and Inverness Club, respectively.

“It has been an incredible past three years working with the LPGA team,” Manny Gan, global director of golf, John Deere, said. “We are honoured to continue our relationship and look forward to supporting the upcoming 2024 Solheim Cup, underscoring our commitment to providing an exceptional playing experience at the top courses around the world while continuing to empower women in the game of golf.”


The 2024 Solheim Cup will take place this September and will serve as the first major women’s competition held at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club. U.S. captain Stacy Lewis and European captain Suzann Pettersen will lead their teams of the best professional female golfers in the United States and Europe.


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