Robert Allenby Joins the Bald Head Blues Professional Golf Staff

BALD HEAD ISLAND, NC – October 14, 2019 – Bald Head Blues, a golf and island-inspired apparel company, distinguished by its golf cart with surfboard logo, has signed professional golfer Robert Allenby to a multi-year endorsement contract. He joins Bald Head Blues Ambassadors – Joel Dahmen, Martin Piller, and Ben Kohles.

Allenby is a native of Australia and has enjoyed a long and prosperous golfing career. He has captured four PGA TOUR titles, including; the 2000 Shell Houston Open, 2000 Advil Western Open, 2001 Nissan Open, and the 2001 Marconi Pennsylvania Classic. In addition, he has 18 international victories and has participated in six President Cups, three World Cups, and one Dunhill Cup. He is also known for his philanthropic work.

Allenby is a professional golfer who also takes pride in his charity work. He is a patron and spokesperson for “Challenge Cancer Support Network,” and has raised 9-million for this special cause that helps children with cancer and blood disorders. In addition, Allenby started the Blue Water Golf & Fishing Invitational, an annual event to raise awareness as well as money, for kids with cancer and/or special needs in the Palm Beach County area in Florida. He proudly displays a duck headcover to publicize the charity.

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“Robert is a great addition to our Bald Head Blues Professional Golf Staff. He is known around the world for his golfing prowess and brings an international presence to the team. We look forward to watching him on both the PGA TOUR and Korn Ferry TOUR wearing our golf and island-inspired apparel,” said Bald Head Blues Founder & CEO, Claude Pope.

Allenby will be wearing the Bald Head Blues highly popular Albatross Polo with Comfort Dry Technology, which is lightweight, promotes moisture-wicking, and has a 4-way stretch for ultimate performance during hot rounds. In addition, he will also wear the Ace Polo with Comfort Dry Flex Technology, which combines the comfort of pima cotton with the performance and stretch of spandex. These polos wear great on and off the golf course.

To battle some of the upcoming inclement weather, he will be wearing the company’s signature performance “Quarter Zip” jacket.


 About Bald Head Blues

For over 25 years, the Pope family has enjoyed the wonder and majesty of Bald Head Island with its acres of beaches, untouched marshes, maritime forests, pristine harbor, and casual coastal lifestyle. It’s a special place where nature’s abundance and casual lifestyle inspired the formation of Bald Head Blues. An apparel company that embraces the island’s extraordinary experience.

Unique to the island is its mode of transportation. Locals and tourists alike use electric golf carts to get around and more than often they are hauling beach chairs, umbrellas, boogie boards, and surfboards. This island lifestyle where a quick ride to the beach becomes an adventure is represented by the Bald Head Blues logo.

Bald Head Blues is known for its coastal and island style but their collections also incorporate technology like “Comfort Flex” which combines pima cotton with the performance and stretch of spandex. For rounds played in the heat, Bald Head Blues has utilized “Comfort Dry.” This polyester/spandex blend is moisture wicking, lightweight and has a 4-way stretch for ultimate performance. The new Albatross Polo is also treated with a UPF 50+ for UV protection.

Bald Head Blues transports you to a place you want to be – even if you aren’t there. Maybe it’s to the golf course, the tennis courts or on the beach. For the Pope Family, its Bald Head Island. Where do you want to go?


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