Sun Mountain to outfit U.S. Presidents Cup team

Tiger Woods of the U.S. hits his tee shot on the third hole during the Day Four singles matches of the 2011 Presidents Cup.

For the third consecutive time, Sun Mountain will provide the outerwear for the United States team at the Presidents Cup. Outerwear will include gear to protect from the rain, wind and cold.

Players will receive a full-zip rain jacket, long-sleeve rain pullover, short-sleeve rain pullover, rain pants, long-sleeve wind pullover, short-sleeve wind pullover, long-sleeve thermal pullover and a waterproof bucket hat.

Players’ significant others have the options of a full-zip rain jacket, rain pants, thermal vest and bucket hat.

Outerwear for the U.S. team's caddies will include full-zip long-sleeve rain jacket, short-sleeve rain pullover, rain pants, long-sleeve wind pullover, long-sleeve thermal pullover and bucket hat.

“We spent a lot of time before the 2011 Presidents Cup evaluating solutions to the weather-protection needs of tournament golfers," said Rick Reimers, Sun Mountain's founder and owner. "Our solution was what became our StormTight collection of rain gear. The 2011 event saw significant rain and everyone was happy with the protection StormTight offered while still meeting the players’ needs for a flexible, stretchable garment. We are honored to be chosen to outfit the Presidents Cup U.S. team and look forward to once again putting our rain, wind and thermal gear to the test.”

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