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James Gill, 3 Under® take on world's best golfers

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20 November 2008

James Gill and 3 Under® take on the world's best golfers

James Gill, the 2007 Strokeplay Champion of New Zealand has teamed up with New Zealand's leading specialist golf apparel company 3 Under® to take on the world's best golfers. James has returned to the golfing arena after winning a prestigious scholarship to St. Andrews University where he gained a Masters in Finance with distinction and is set to graduate next week.

Next year presents a huge challenge for James who will be eyeing up A EuropeanTour card. "I am just as aware as the next person how hard it is to break onto arguably the world's second largest golfing stage, the European Tour. However, I believe I have the game to be able to make a good living on the tour; it is not a case of if, it is when," James said recently on the successful career that beckons.

Teaming up with 3 Under® which is establishing itself as the leading New Zealand supplier of world class golfwear is a strategic move to help both parties reach their goal of success on the international stage.


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