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Pacific Golf Management Co., Ltd. PGM concludes sponsorship contract with Yasuka Migakawa

[Pacific Golf Management Co., Ltd.] PGM concludes sponsorship contract with Yasuka Migakawa
*Pacific Golf Management Co., Ltd.*
Press release: July 10, 2024
PGM signs sponsorship contract with Yasuka Hanamigawa

Pacific Golf Management Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Higashiueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo/President and Representative Director Kotaro Tanaka, hereinafter referred to as “PGM”) will be located in a new location in Migakawa from July 10th.
We have signed a sponsorship contract with Yasuka.

Manigawa joined the Lions Country Club (Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture) operated by PGM in 2012, won the club’s Chairman’s Cup and Club Championship in 2013, and joined PGM Golf Resort in February 2024. Men’s and women’s pair match tournament “HEIWA PGM” held in Okinawa He is a player with close ties to PGM, having won the championship with Saki Baba in a charity golf tournament.

From now on, he will participate in the 2024 games wearing clothing with the “PGM” logo on the left back.

PGM will provide full support for Mr. Hanagawa’s activities as a professional golfer by providing golf courses owned and operated across the country as practice grounds free of charge.

– *Comment from Yasuka Hanamigawa*
We are very happy to be sponsored by PGM, which operates golf courses all over the country. At PGM Golf Resort Okinawa in February 2024 Held “HEIWA・PGM
I have had the privilege of participating in a charity golf event, and I hope to be able to give back to everyone by playing an active role. I will work harder than ever, so thank you for your continued support!

– * Yasuka Hanamigawa player profile *
Born in Kato City, Hyogo Prefecture. His ability has been high since he was a junior, and he won the Kansai Junior Championship when he was at Kokoku High School in Osaka. In June 2022, when he was in his fourth year at Tohoku Fukushi University, he won the ABEMA Tour’s Japan Create Challenge in Fukuoka Raizan. From there, he quickly climbed the stairs and left his mark on history. In September, he won the Panasonic Open, becoming the sixth amateur in history (since 1973), and in October, won the Japan Open, the first amateur in 95 years. First amateur in tour history
After two wins, he announced his intention to turn professional on the 31st of the same month.
He won his first victory as a professional at the Kansai Open immediately after the start of the 2023 Japan Tour. In the final tournament of the tour, the domestic major Golf Japan Series JT Cup, he became the youngest player in history to win the tournament. He finished 9th in the PGA Tour “The CJ Cup Byron Nelson,” which he participated in in May 2024.

– * Yasuka Hanamigawa support page *

– * PGM Sponsorship Agreement (Title omitted) *
Kiyoshi Miyazato, Yusaku Miyazato, Yuji Naito, Toru Inoue, Tomoharu Otsuki, Mitsunichi, Yujiro Ohori, Yoshiteru Shiomi, Masashi Hidaka, Yuta Sugiura, Yasuka Kasakawa, Ritsuko Kasa, Kashihara
Asuka, Ayai Ogura, Himawari Ogura, Minami Kiyomoto, Yumeno Masada, Yuna Arakawa, Natsuo Hatano, Ayaka Kikuchi
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