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Galvin Green hires Greene as sales rep


Global Leader in Premium Technical Golf Clothing Expands US Sales Team

(Växjö, Sweden) – Galvin Green – the world’s leading maker of functional golf clothing for serious players and the No. 1 global golf partner of GORE-TEX® – announces the hiring of Charlie Greene as sales representative for Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.

Based in Denver, Greene boasts more than eight years of experience in the golf industry as a golf professional and sales representative. Alongside Galvin Green, Greene also works with Donald Ross Sportswear.

“As a pure golf brand, it is important that our staff has extensive knowledge of the game and the golf business,” says Andrew Creed, President of Galvin Green USA. “Charlie will be a great addition in the West to continue our growth in both sales and brand expansion.”

Based in Sweden, Galvin Green is a pure golf brand that developed the sport’s first apparel layering system – the Multi-Layer Concept – more than a decade ago. This distinctive approach uses leading-edge fabric technologies to ensure the dry comfort, thermal regulation and outer protection that helps players optimize performance.

Galvin Green is the Official Team Supplier of Outerwear for the 2016 and 2018 European Ryder Cup Teams. Through this partnership, the company will provide its premium waterproof garments to the captains, vice captains, team members and their caddies during the matches at Hazeltine National Golf Club (2016) and Le Golf National (2018).

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About Galvin Green

Galvin Green is a family-owned business founded in 1990. A pure golf brand, its products – including premium outerwear, tops, bottoms and accessories – are available for purchase at better green grass shops and golf-specialty retail locations in more than 20 countries, and online at and

Crafted by golfers for golfers, every garment and layer has been developed to be compatible – providing exceptional comfort, freedom of movement and protection from the elements. Each detail exists because the game demands it.




Cassie Phillips