BIOFLOW has bolstered it’s stable of professional golfers for 2014 with the addition of talented young Englishman, Tommy Fleetwood.
The 22-year-old from Southport becomes the latest professional golfer to recognise the benefits of Bioflow magnetic therapy.
Fleetwood said: “I'm delighted to become part of the Bioflow family and endorse their products. The wristband has worked wonders for me and I'm sure it will for everybody who tries it.”
The talented young Englishman will wear the Bioflow Sport Twin throughout 2014 season and will be in great company with the likes of Lee Westwood, Thomas Aiken and Chris Wood, who recently re-committed their futures to Team Bioflow.
Richard Corsie MBE, Managing Director of Bioflow, said: “Golf is a key market for us, so we’re delighted to re-sign Lee, Chris and Thomas and welcome Tommy to the Team Bioflow. Tommy is recognised as one of the most promising players in world golf and we’re thrilled to have him on-board as an ambassador.”
The good news follows a successful year for Bioflow, who unveiled the Bioflow Sport Twin in 2013, the next generation of Bioflow Sport wristbands as well as securing multiple victories on tour with the likes of Chris Wood, Paul Lawrie and Catriona Matthew.
Magnetic therapy is complementary, non-invasive and 100% natural and the Bioflow Sport and Bioflow Sport Twin are the latest in a line of product innovations from the leading magnetic therapy company, designed specifically for the sports market.
The Sport Twin wristband has been designed with a double silicone strap for greater freedom of movement and features dual magnet technology, with a patented Bioflow Central Reverse Polarity (CRP) magnet module and an additional relay magnet embedded in the strap.
With over 1 million satisfied customers, Bioflow has been the magnotherapy product of choice by sports professionals and athletes worldwide for over 19 years and Bioflow continues to enhance it’s position as the go-to magnotherapy wristbands and bracelets in sport as Fleetwood is joined on Team Bioflow by fellow golfers Lee Westwood, Paul Lawrie, Thomas Aiken, Chris Wood and cricketer Steve Finn.