Fitness and recovery experts Pulseroll will partner with this year’s Rose Ladies Series, coming on board as Official Recovery partners ahead of the new season. Pulseroll have become a world leader of recovery aids with their range of scientifically proven products, boasting a proven track record of success in athletics, cycling, tennis, football, boxing and golf. Players partaking in this year’s Rose Ladies Series will benefit from their renowned expertise in preparation and recovery, providing a boost to golfers looking to maximise their performance during the expanded schedule.
“I am delighted to have Pulseroll on board as Official Recovery Partners,” said Olympic Gold Medallist Justin Rose. “Paul and his team have supported the Series since the start and both myself and all the players are very grateful.
I’ve seen first-hand the benefits of using Pulseroll recovery aids in my own career and am so excited for our Series participants to experience all the benefits Pulseroll can offer.”
The Rose Ladies Series returns for a second year off the back of stunning success in 2020. Justin Rose and his wife Kate conceived the idea for the Series to fill the void left behind in the women’s game due to Covid-19, with LPGA Tour regular Charley Hull taking the inaugural Order of Merit title.
Opportunity knocks this year once more with ten 18-hole winner-takes-all shootouts on the schedule for 2021.
With £10,000 for each winner, double the prize fund of the inaugural campaign, players will need Pulseroll’s expertise more than ever should they harbour hopes of competing for the £20,000 Grand Final prize.
“Justin Rose and his wife Kate deserve a lot of credit for shining the spotlight on the women’s game and we are very proud to support the Series,” said Pulseroll CEO, Paul McCabe.
“The margins at the top of elite sport are so fine but we believe our expertise in both preparation and recovery can be the difference between winning and losing. We look forward to working with this year’s players as our presence in the golf industry continues to grow and we thank Justin and Kate for this brilliant opportunity.”
This year’s Rose Ladies Series tees off at West Lancashire Golf Club on April 29 before three events in May at past AIG Women’s Open venue Woburn Golf Club, Brokenhurst Manor and The Berkshire.