MST add Boss Green to a growing portfolio

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 26 Mar 2017

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BOSS Green, a premium sportswear brand from Hugo Boss, is now locally available following the appointment of MST Golf as the exclusive golf retail partner in Malaysia and Singapore.

Unsurprisingly, it left the Malaysian-based company delighted and MST Golf chief executive officer Ng Yap to note: “We are proud to add Boss Green to our portfolio and are pleased to offer this luxury brand to our customers, especially our ilovegolf members.

“This appointment is strong testament to the strengths and proven track record of MST Golf.”

Currently, there are five MST Golf locations featuring Boss Green – three in Malaysia at TPC Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya HQ and the Intermark Mall Kuala Lumpur, and the other two in Singapore, both at Singapore Island Golf Club.

Boss Green is a sportswear brand with a relaxed, casual focus and functional performance and was established in 2003. It’s best known for its modern and stylish golf inspired clothing line.

Boss Green’s latest collection combines fashion and lifestyle with a distinctively functional sportswear edge, including polo shirts, trousers and footwear.

It is also prominently visible at US PGA tournaments with golf ambassadors British Open champion Henrik Stenson, multiple Major winner Martin Kaymer and Korean Ben An leading the way.

Boss Green’s parent brand, Hugo Boss started in Stuttgart, Germany in 1924 and went on to become a global luxury brand for both everyday casual wear and formal sophisticated style.

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