Foursum Golf, the Moncton-based all-in-one mobile golf app allows users to track scores, analyze play, and connect with friends to compare performances, has inked a major partnership deal.
The “world’s ﬁrst and only online country club” as the company calls itself, announced today that they have ofﬁcially partnered with Cobra Puma Golf to bring a major in-app integration to their platform. It’s the first tim that Cobra Puma Golf brand has partnered with a tech app.
Launched in 2013, Foursum allows golfers to manage their game as they connect, compare, and compete with friends. The “ﬁrst true social network” for golfers, Foursum allows seasoned golfers and rookies alike to gain insight into their performance.
Starting today, Foursum users will now be able to play Cobra Puma-sponsored challenges within the app. The Cobra “GO LOOOOONG!” launches in May, and will challenge golfers to drive the ball ten miles of yardage throughout the duration of the challenge. The inaugural challenge run May through June 2014.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to have the Foursum name associated with such an iconic brand in golf,” said Foursum CEO and Co-Founder Matt Eldridge. “We have always loved the Puma brand and we strongly support the role they’ve played in growing the game of golf. Deciding to partner with them was a no brainer for us.”
The deal also means that the team at Foursum will be working with Cobra Puma and their athletes, including Rickie Fowler, Graham Delaet and Blair O’Neal, “to bring a new and unique experience to golfers.” They’ll also team up this summer for a joint partnership with the Maple Leaf Junior Tour.