Audemars Piguet builds the "Dream Team" of golfers with new additions

Audemars Piguet family builds the "Dream Team" of golfers with newest additions

June 13, 2016: Joining the Audemars Piguet Family as new golf ambassadors are Branden Grace and Paul Dunne. The two were welcomed by Ian Poulter, Henrick Stenson, Lee Westwood, Bernd Wiesberger, and crowned Major Champion Danny Willet. The addition of two new golfers is described as a choice that will now create a “dream team”.
 Brandon Grace Joins Audemars Piguet family
Branden Grace, 28, began golfing in 2012 and since then has won 4 Euro titles and recently hosted a PGA victory tour in April 2016. His 11th place standing in the PGA secured his place in the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics to represent the country of South Africa.

Paul Dunn Joins Audemars Piguet family
Paul Dunne, 23, has caught the attention of many for his success at such a young age. Dunne led fifty-four holes in the 144th Open Championship, becoming the 88th amateur golfer to do so. IN addition, he is known for twice earning the NCAA all American Honors and being named the 2014 Conference USA golfer of the year. Since becoming professional last October, Dunne is now joining the Audemars Piguet Family of golf ambassadors.

The Audemars Piguet Family intends to focus on building the best team of golfers.

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