All Square pledges support to Ryder Cup Team Europe
Story published at 10:38, Friday, September 30th, 2016
All Square announces that users of the platform can send a message to Team Europe to spur them on to their fourth win in a row!
“Captain Clarke needs you!” says Patrick Rahme, Cofounder & CEO of All Square. “The Ryder Cup is the most special of golf events. For three days every two years golf gains a partisan crowd as the best players from Europe face-off against their American counterparts. All Square and the official Team Europe website have teamed-up to help you pledge your support to the 2016 Ryder Cup team!
“Golf benefits greatly from this event as people who aren’t necessarily golf fans get wrapped up in the ‘us and them’ atmosphere and engage with the sport more than usual. At All Square we are huge fans of the Ryder Cup, and today we are pleased to announce that users of the platform can send a message to Team Europe to spur them on to their fourth win in a row!
“Celebrities from all walks of life including Andy Murray, Jess Ennis-Hill and Niall Horan have already sent strong messages of support to Darren Clarke and his men. For anyone lucky enough to have attended a Ryder Cup you will know the incredible atmosphere that separates the Ryder Cup from any other golf event. Fans from both sides come out with gusto to cheer their respective teams on and this is your chance to join in if you can’t make it to Hazeltine. Fans truly do make a difference in this event, so be part of it!
“Get yourself along to AllSquareGolf.com. Beside the countdown clock you will see a button to ‘show your support’. Click the link and you’ll be taken to the form so that you can get that message to the team. Do not miss this chance to be a part of the action!
“Captain Darren Clarke has said, ‘I would love the whole of Europe to get behind the team and this is where I would appreciate your help’ and he added, ‘The best of the messages will be hand delivered to Europe’s players in Hazeltine.’ This truly is your chance to be part of the drive to keep the Samuel Ryder Trophy on European shores for another two years.”
For more information, visit: www.allsquaregolf.com