LoudMouth Golf Tour kicks off at Orange Tree Golf Club Sept. 29

Loudmouth Golf TourORLANDO, Fla. - Red shirt on Sunday … how about with a dazzling pair of LoudMouth Golf Disco Ball pants? The days of khaki pants and plain polo shirts have just become a thing of the past for the Double D Winter Series at Orange Tree Golf Club as LoudMouth Golf has signed on to be the title sponsor. The Loudmouth Golf Tour at Orange Tree kicks off the first of an 11-event schedule Sept. 29 at the famed Orlando golf course.

"Awesome! Our own mini tour, that's outstanding! We're going to have so much fun with this that it may border on illegal," said Loudmouth Golf CEO Larry Jackson. "Seriously, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to sponsor this tour and to have our clothing displayed by some of the top golfers in the world. We foresee this becoming Central Florida's version of the Summer Gateway Tour in Scottsdale." 

The Loudmouth Golf Tour will attract many players from the PGA and Champions Tour who live in central Florida. In fact, Patrick Sheehan, who plays on the PGA Tour, won two of the four scheduled events on last year's tour.

"We were fortunate to have drawn quite a few Tour players last year," said Dave Damesworth, the tour's director. "Players such as PGA Tour winners Fulton Allem and David Gossett played last year and enjoyed it. We expect that they'll be back and by word of mouth, there will be others as well."

Last year, the tour averaged more than 50 players per event and expects it to grow dramatically this coming season.

"I'm certain with Loudmouth Golf promoting the Tour with the word of our success last year, we just may be able to double the participation this year," said Damesworth.

LoudMouth features a line of 20 colorfully designed pants and shorts in varying degrees of loudness topped off with the infamous signature style Disco Balls. With such high-volume colors in their pants, LoudMouth offers a line of eight solid color shirts that match pants perfectly.

This is Loudmouth Golf's first title sponsorship of a tour and Jackson is excited by the prospect.
"We'll do everything we can to help grow the participation in the tour," he said. "While our expressed goal is to put fun back in the game, it is also our goal to help grow the game in every way possible and we believe our sponsorship to be a giant step in that direction."

The Loudmouth Golf Tour at Orange Tree Golf Club will feature 10 regular season events of 18 holes and will culminate with the 36-hole Tour Championship in March of 2009 that will feature a check of $10,000 to the winner. 


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