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Emerging Canadian Co. of 2009
Phresh Wear Inc. nominated for one of Canadas top emerging company of the year by SCORE golf... read more
World Golf Holiday Gifts - ENVY

For the even more phasion-phorward, the new Canadian company Phresh (, $50-$70) delivers ultra-light and super-comfy apparel featuring earthy colors such as clay, crystal, maize and orchid anchored by classics such as navy, white and black. This palate is presented in asymmetric patterns and weaves to make some of the most unique threads on the links.

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Phresh for 2010
Toronto-based golf apparel manufacturer, Phresh Wear, is taking 2010 as an opportunity to get back to basics and to marry that attitude with their garments. With a unique vision about what golf apparel should be, Phresh Wear raises the bar with their new line, maintaining the same standards and attention to detail for their female clientele, and asking the question, Shouldnt golf wear be for more than jus the course?... read more
Golfing apparel seems to go around in circles every now and then but, every once in a while, you will come across a new line of clothing and accessories that will be an amalgamation of a number of classics. Once such line of shirts is the new collection from Presh Wear... read more
Classic Golfwear, Phreshened Up
Apparently, our neighbors to the north (a.k.a. Canadians) know a thing or two about the grand old game of golf. Just ask Mike Weir, our favorite left-handed Ontarioan.... read more
"I think the biggest thing is patience in this business," he said. "A lot of people get into it thinking they need to hit their home run in the first two years or they're out. We wanted to start slow, build a solid foundation and grow in control.... read more
Is Your Clothing Phresh?
Phresh is for every golfer, every age and every size. We see it as more of a life style. ... read more
A Phresh Canadian take on golf
It's a good time to be a young clotheshorse on the golf course even better if you're Canadian.... read more

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Nationwide Tour Victories

1) 2008 South Georgia Classic

International Victories

(1): 1996 Morningstar Classic [Can]

Current Year Nationwide Tour Money and Position

$12,766 (123)

Current Year Nationwide Tour Best Round

66 at Round 1, Pacific Rubiales Bogota Open Presented by Samsung. 66 at Round 1, BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation. 66 at Round 2, The Rex Hospital Open.

Best Nationwide Tour Finishes

1-- South Georgia Classic.

2009 Best Nationwide Tour Finishes

T6-- Panama Digicel Championship.

2009 Season PGA TOUR

Tournaments Entered--1; in money--; Top 10 finishes--

2009 Season Nationwide Tour

Tournaments Entered--25; in money--6; Top 10 finishes--1

Career Highlights

Member of the Nationwide Tour in 2008-09. Was T6 at the 2009 season-opening Panama Digicel Championship, his best finish in 25 starts. Also had a T11 at his second-to-last event of 2009, the Chattanooga Classic...Made nine cuts in 28 Nationwide Tour starts in 2008. In his 14th career start,

tallied a then career-best T10 finish at the Moonah Classic. Was T4 at the Henrico County Open after holding a share of the 54-hole lead. Earned his first career Tour win at the South Georgia Classic the following week, topping Bryce Molder and Greg Owen by four strokes. Began the tournament with a 4-under 68 to trail first-round leader Garth Mulroy by one shot. A 3-under 69 in the second round moved him into a lead that he wouldn't relinquish. The victory, which came less than a month after undergoing a total revamp of his golf swing, was worth $112,500 and propelled him to fourth on the official money list, at the time. Posted just one top-25 the remainder of the season, an additional 19 events, making just five cuts. He eventually finished 40th on the money list. He also made his first PGA TOUR cut, a T63 at the RBC Canadian Open. Earned status on the Nationwide Tour based on his T74 finish at the 2007 PGA TOUR National Qualifying Tournament. Finished inside the top 20 on the Gateway Tour's Summer Beach Series (2007). Posted seven victories and 25 top-10 finishes on the Canadian, Gateway, U.S. Pro Golf and Moonlight Tours in 2006. Member of the Nationwide Tour in 2004, making the cut in two of eight starts. Finished T42 at the Scholarship America Showdown and 58th at the Miccosukee Championship. Only had two career Nationwide Tour appearances prior to 2004 season. Both came in 2003, finishing T60 at the Samsung Canadian PGA Championship before missing the cut at the Alberta Calgary Classic...Member of the Canadian Tour from 1996-98 and 2002-03. Finished No. 24 on the 2003 Order of Merit, with only top 10 coming at the MTS Classic (second). Winner of the Canadian Tour's 1996 Morningstar Classic. Best season came in his rookie year of 1996, finishing No. 10 on the money list. For his efforts, named 1996 Rookie of the Year. Has also played on the Golden Bear Tour, Gateway Tour and Tour de Las Americas




25 Yrs Old
Nationwide Tour
2008 Dakota Tour Money Leader
2006 North and South Amateur Champion
2003 Western Junior Champion
3-time academic all big 12


European Challenge Tour

Matthew Bliss – Europe Challenge Tour


Matthew Malcolm Douglas Bliss DOB: March 3, 1983 
Born: Hamilton, Ontario Canada 
Height: 5'10" GOLF FACTS Club: Falkenbergs GK Best Round: 64 (Par 71) Started Golf: 1996 Turned Pro: 2004 Hole in 1's: 4 (2001, 2002, 2004, 2008) Collegiate Golf: Bethune Cookman College Daytona Beach, Florida (2002-2004) (Turned pro after sophomore year)



Aree Song – LPGA TOUR

Song was the 1999 U.S. Girls’ Junior champion. She won a total of 15 national junior tournaments from 1999-2001. In 2000, at the age of 13, Song tied for 10th in the Nabisco Championship and played the final round in the final pairing with Karrie Webb and Dottie Pepper. In August 2000, at the age of 14, she became the youngest player ever to advance to the semifinals of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship. Song was the top-ranked female amateur from 2002-03. She made six out of six cuts as an amateur in LPGA major championships and finished in the top 10 twice. She turned professional in August 2003, and after receiving permission from then-LPGA Commissioner Ty Votaw to receive an age exemption, she applied to the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament.

Brandi Jackson - LPGA TOUR

2008: l Returned to the LPGA Final Qualifying School, where she tied for 29th to earn Priority List Category 16 for the 2009 LPGA season. l Competed in 17 events on the Duramed FUTURES Tour, including three top-10 finishes and a season-best tie for ninth at The Duramed Championship. Careerl In 2007, competed in 18 events on the Duramed FUTURES Tour, recording nine top-10 finishes, including a tied for second at the Aurora Health Care Championship; tied for 54th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to regain nonexemptstatus for the 2008 LPGA season. l In 2006, competed in 18 events on the Duramed Futures Tour, recording six top-10 finishes. l In 2005, competed in 16 events on the Duramed Futures Tour and recorded a career-best runner-up finish at the BettyPuskar FUTURES Golf Classic. l In 2004, carded a career-low 66 during the opening round of the Safeway Classic Presented by Pepsi; did not retain her playing status for the 2005 LPGA season. l In 2003, turned professional in July and competed on the Futures Tour; tied for 17th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn exempt status for the 2004 LPGA season. Amateur Jackson is a two-time South Carolina Women’s Match Play Championship winner (1999-00) and was the 2003 Southern Conference Player of the Year while at Furman University. She was selected as a four-time All-Southern Conference Team member from 2000-03. In 2002, Jackson recorded a runner-up finish at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship and won the Southern Conference Championship. In 2003, she won the NCAA East Regional Championship and was a National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Second-Team All-American selection. She was a 2003 National Golf Coaches Association First-Team All-American.

Young A Yang LPGA

Yang won the 1997 Freeport-McDermott Classic and the Rolex Tournament of Champions. That same year she won the Florida High School State Championship, placed second at the Nabisco Mission Hills and was ranked fourth nationally among junior girls by Golfweek. She ended 1997 by being named a Rolex First-Team American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) All-American. While at the University of Tennessee, she won the 2001 Betsy Rawls Intercollegiate and finished second at the 1999 and 2000 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Championships. She was named the 1999 SEC Freshman of the Year and was a four-time All-SEC selection. She also finished fifth at the 2001 NCAA Championship. Yang was the first Lady Vol golfer to earn First-Team All-American honors by the National Golf Coaches Association and was a four-time NCAA All-American. In college, she finished in the top 10 in 26 tournaments and during the 2000-01 season recorded a women’s collegiate season-low 65 (-7) at the Bryan National Collegiate.


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