Recently crowned 2018 New South Wales Open Champion, Meghan MacLaren is delighted to have secured a multi-year agreement with leading Swedish Clothing manufacturer Abacus.
After a hugely decorated amateur career, Meghan MacLaren turned Professional in November 2016. In her maiden year, MacLaren won the LETAS Order of merit, with five top five finishes and a win at the LETAS Azores Ladies Open Championship.
“I am thrilled to have this support from Abacus", commented Meghan.
"Abacus are a fantastic clothing partner that supply quality technical golf clothing. I was fortunate to have worn Abacus when they supported England so I know their clothing and service is first class.”
Sven Olof Karlsson CEO of Abacus said "we are very proud having Meghan as a long term Ambassador alongside Catriona Matthew, the incoming 2019 European Solheim Cup Captain, young Swedish LPGA tour player Madelene Sagström, Siri Pak from South Korea, and from this season also the young talented Karolin Lampert from Germany. Meghan will be a player perfectly fitting into our brand name.”
Alongside Abacus, Meghan is delighted to have been retained by Team Pitch & Play for her second year. Pitch & Play is specialised in organising professional and amateur golf events around the world. Their mission is to offer clients an original and extraordinary golfing experience. Through the huge support of Swiss businessman Alexis Sikorsky, Pitch & Play will be organising LET Access event, the Lavaux Ladies Championship, the Bossey ladies Championship, and the Paris Legends Championship as part of the European Senior Tour.
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