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Competition: Win big like Henrik with The Open and BOSS

Competition: Win big like Henrik with The Open and BOSS

It’s not long until The Open returns to Royal St George’s, and ahead of our exciting course comeback, Official 149th Open Patron BOSS – and a world-famous Open champion – will give one lucky winner one of our most exciting prize packages yet.

If you buy any full-priced item from The Open Shop’s range of BOSS products before the end of the month, you’ll be entered into a prize draw to receive a seven-piece BOSS golf wardrobe, which includes:

  • Two caps;

  • One jacket;

  • Two items of outerwear; and

  • Two polo shirts.

But that’s not all – BOSS Golf Ambassador Henrik Stenson, who won The 145th Open at Royal Troon, will also send our winner a signed polo shirt and a signed 145th Open pin flag – the only one of its kind!

To be in with a chance of winning this incredible prize, simply buy any full-priced BOSS product from The Open Shop. Those who do this before the end of February 2021 will be entered into a draw, and a lucky winner will be picked at random soon after.

Our partnership with BOSS brings the marque to three of our exclusive ranges: The Open and Claret Jug Collections, alongside our 149th Open selection, ahead of 2021’s long-awaited tournament at Royal St George’s. Take a look at our ranges, and don’t forget to return in the coming weeks and months to see our new items, which we’re committed to adding regularly.

HUGO BOSS made its first foray into golf sponsorship in 1985, supporting Bernhard Langer. Now, BOSS supports a number of international golf professionals like Stenson, including two-time Major winner and former world number one Martin Kaymer.

BOSS has used its experience of competing and succeeding at the highest level to constantly evolve and refine its clothing. Along the way, it has enhanced the precision, innovation, comfort and sustainability of its range to deliver the perfect cut and fit – without ever undermining its inimitable style.