Bunker Mentality Sponsor The Jamega Pro Tour for the next 3 years

Bunker MentalityBunker Mentality – one of Europe's most fashionable clothing brands – will become exclusive clothing sponsor for the Jamega Pro Tour for the next three seasons. Having sponsored amateur tours over the last 3 seasons, this marks an exciting partnership for the brand.

The Bunker Mentality sponsorship agreement will provide several prizes to players through out the season. The Jamega Pro Tour has 27 events planned for this year in the UK and 5 across Portugal and Spain. The pro who leads the tour at the end of every month will receive the equivalant of a golfing 'yellow jersey' by being awarded some Bunker Mentalty gear. The seasons order of merit winner will receive the opportunity to become a brand ambassador for Bunker Mentality along with a one year clothing contract.

Bunker Mentality's Robert Hart said: "We met with the guys from the Jamega Tour and were immediately impressed with the scope and organisation of the tour. We found that our two brands have similar beliefs and values. We immediately recognised the opportunity we had been offered leading to the exciting agreement to become official clothing sponsor for the Jamega Tour for the next three years. This will alow us to connect directly with professional golf in a meaningful and regular basis".

Gary Harris Director of the Jamega Pro Tour said "following a successful start to the year where we added a Spanish/Portuguese Swing to the Jamega Tour, we are delighted to  team up with Bunker Mentality as our official clothing sponsor for the next three years. The Jamega Tour is about recreating competitive professional events and we feel a perfect fit with Bunker Mentality as they represent what modern golf clothing is all about".

Bunker Mentality is golf brand for golfers with a love of the great game and an individual personality, people who are keen to create new traditions in golf.

To find out more about the Bunker Mentality visit www.bunker-mentality.com

Deal secured with Portuguese PGA


Gary Harris with the President of The PGA of PortugalJosé Correia, President of The PGA of Portugal, is pictured sealing the deal with Tour Director, Gary Harris.
The Portuguese PGA have released their list of star professionals to compete on our "Spanish/Portuguese
Swing" over the next couple of weeks, namely Hugo Santos, Antonio Rosado, Antonio Sabrinho, Elidio Costa and Nelson Cavalheiro.


The competition should be strong with numerous Challenge Tour players and a sprinkling of ex-European Tour players with of course some of ourTop Jamega performers.

Keep a close eye on our website to see how it all pans out, with the overall winner receiving an invite into
The Madeira Islands Open in May of this year. What a great incentive. Good Luck to you all.

Former Jamega Tour player stars in Africa

Dan BrooksDaniel Brooks shook off the rust from a winter break in Europe and managed his third round in the 60s on Saturday when he shot 68 at The Links at Fancourt during round three of the Dimension Data Pro-Am

“It’s good to be playing well and scoring nicely again. We have a couple of months off over the winter and the last couple of weeks haven’t really gone my way after the break, but now things are going well and it feels great,” he said.

The 26-year-old Englishman set the clubhouse lead with his 14-under-par tally. The R3,75-million tournament has a cut to 65 and ties at the 54-hole mark, and Brooks had moved right into contention.

“I’ve just been playing really steady, and even when I hit a bad shot it’s going on the green and I’m holing my fair share of putts, and that’s everything you need to do to get up there,” he said.

In his five years as a professional, Brooks has topped leaderboards before, so being in the hunt was nothing new.

“I’ve played a few Challenge Tour events and been up there a few times so I know what it’s all about and I’m just going to head out there looking for a bit of fun,” he said.

Brooks had not lost sight of the trophy, but was most excited to be playing well after his winter hiatus. With a final round on the Montagu course tomorrow, where he shot a Thursday 68, the Englishman looked forward to another chance to shoot low now that he’s rediscovered some form.