Limited-Edition Bucket Hats

Limited-Edition Bucket Hats

Limited-Edition Bucket Hats

Corona Premier, the popular beer brand, recently joined forces with golf lifestyle brand Eastside Golf to inspire greater inclusivity and diversity on the course. As part of the partnership, the brands launched a limited-edition bucket hat in support of the Advocates Pro Golf Association. This nonprofit organization seeks to prepare minority golfers to compete and win at the highest level of professional golf.

Two colorways of bucket hats are available: navy blue with white embroidery and white with navy blue embroidery. The “1955” is displayed on each hat to honor Alfred “Tup” Holmes, who won approval from the Supreme Court in 1955 for Black people to play golf in Georgia, a moment that transformed the game.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Corona Premier to create a way for fans to learn about the history of desegregation in the game and support young people who are interested in becoming involved in golf today,” said Olajuwon Ajanaku, Co-Founder of Eastside Golf. “We have a shared mission of refreshing the game of golf and look forward to furthering that movement while supporting the APGA, which shares our vision of making golf a more similar reflection of the diverse world we live in.”

The collaboration is officially live on both Corona and Eastside Golf’s websites.Corona Premier, the popular beer brand, recently joined forces with golf lifestyle brand Eastside Golf to inspire greater inclusivity and diversity on the course. As part of the partnership, the brands launched a limited-edition bucket hat in support of the Advocates Pro Golf Association. This nonprofit organization seeks to prepare minority golfers to compete and win at the highest level of professional golf.

Two colorways of bucket hats are available: navy blue with white embroidery and white with navy blue embroidery. The “1955” is displayed on each hat to honor Alfred “Tup” Holmes, who won approval from the Supreme Court in 1955 for Black people to play golf in Georgia, a moment that transformed the game.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Corona Premier to create a way for fans to learn about the history of desegregation in the game and support young people who are interested in becoming involved in golf today,” said Olajuwon Ajanaku, Co-Founder of Eastside Golf. “We have a shared mission of refreshing the game of golf and look forward to furthering that movement while supporting the APGA, which shares our vision of making golf a more similar reflection of the diverse world we live in.”

The collaboration is officially live on both Corona and Eastside Golf’s websites.

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