This weeks #NameThatGolfer contest is presented in part by Rudy Project. Rudy Project manufacture some of the best optics in sport sunglasses I've ever encountered. This weeks contest will undoubtedly be a challenge, but I have faith in the abundance of golf knowledge found in our community. As motivation, Rudy Project is offering a pair of their golf sunglasses (approx retail value: $275) to someone who can correctly identify the European Tour player illustrated below. With a total of 13 wins on the Sunshine Tour, this South African born player is off to a great start in 2015 on the European Tour (including a 2nd, 3rd & 6th place finish in the past 5 weeks).
Do you recognize this golfer?
About Rudy Project
In 1985 Rudy Barbazza created Rudy Project in Treviso Italy with a firm conviction to improve the performance of athletes all over the world.
A love of progress, a passion for style and a keen eye for quality all contributed to give life to his Vision: the world's most technologically advanced sports eyewear.
Rudy Project works in cooperation with athletes from all fields, listening to what they want and what they need.
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Technically Cool: the two words that can best sum up this Vision; the two words that best express the DNA of each and every design carrying the brand Rudy Project.
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About Name That Golfer
"Name That Golfer" is a weekly contest series where we post caricature/sketches of PGA Tour players, LPGA Tour players and other golf personalities. If you recognize the golfer illustrated, share your answer with us through one of our social channels using #NameThatGolfer for your chance at weekly prizes.
Submit your guess in the comment section below, or join the conversation on Facebook (www.fb.com/eatsleepgolf) or on Twitter (@EatSleepGolf) and use #NameThatGolfer.
To see all our golf sketches from other weeks, click here.