PXG begins 2020 with four new signings

PXG has signed four players to its roster including Chez Reavie and LPGA rookie Haley Moore.

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Fri, 3 Jan 2020
PXG begins 2020 with four new signings

PXG, the custom golf equipment company founded by American entrepreneur Bob Parsons, has added four touring professionals to its roster. Two-time PGA TOUR Winner Chez Reavie, PGA TOUR professionals Jason Kokrak and Joel Dahmen and LPGA Tour rookie Haley Moore will kick off the new year with PXG clubs in play.

Moore recently earned her LPGA card through the circuit's Q-Series and revealed how please she was to prove her doubters wrong, after she admitted she was bullied throughout middle school.
The 20-year-old stated in an interview that "boys were really cruel, especially because of her weight."

RELATED: Hayley Moore hits back at bullies after earning LPGA card for 2020.

Chez Reavie will begin his season this week in Kapalua during the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Victor at the 2019 Travelers Championship, Reavie had the best year of his professional career last season. This win, along with six top 10 finishes in 2019, boosted him to 36th on the Official World Golf Ranking and 8th on the FedExCup 2019 Ranking.

He will start the new season with a full bag of PXG clubs in play:

    PXG 0811 Prototype Driver

    PXG 0341 X GEN2 Fairway Woods, 3 and 5

    PXG 0311 ST Irons, 4-9PW

    PXG Sugar Daddy Milled Wedges, 50°, 54°, 60°

    PXG GEN2 Mini Gunboat Putter

"I am beyond excited to join the PXG Troops," Reavie shared. "The level of service they provide to everyone, not just the tour staff, is unbelievable. I appreciate that they sincerely want to help me play my best and feel confident that their golf clubs will help me get it done. And, in the true spirit of PXG, hopefully, I'll have even more fun while I'm at it."

Jason Kokrak and Joel Dahmen also had their best year on tour in 2019 - both with a selection of PXG clubs in the bag. Kokrak had five top 10 finishes and finished 14th on the FedExCup 2019 Ranking. Dahmen had two top 10 finishes in 2019 and has already added two more in the 2020 season.

A few short months after graduating college and turning pro in 2019, Haley Moore earned her LPGA Tour card during the LPGA Q-Series Finals. Moore will pursue her rookie year on the LPGA Tour in 2020.

The four players will join PXG's current professional staff including Wyndham Clark, James Hahn, Billy Horschel, Zach Johnson, Scott Langley, Ryan Moore, Pat Perez, Celine Boutier, Austin Ernst, Christina Kim, Katherine Kirk, Lydia Ko, Brittany Lang, Anna Nordqvist, Ryann O'Toole, Gerina Piller, Jennifer Song and Linnea Strom.

On selecting players to PXG's professional staff, PXG founder and CEO, Bob Parsons commented, "In any of my businesses, when I hire a new employee I look for a light in their eyes. It's no different when I sign a tour pro."

Parsons' added, "I'm pleased and proud to welcome Chez, Jason, Joel and Haley to the PXG Troops and can't wait to see what they accomplish in the new year."