15-year-old Alexis Thompson, the youngest female golfer to turn professional, has signed an equipment, footwear and apparel endorsement deal with COBRA-PUMA Golf, making Lexi its first athlete signed under both the Cobra and PUMA Golf brands that joined forces earlier this spring.
"Lexi's style and groundbreaking performance on the course make her the perfect Cobra and PUMA Golf representative," said Bob Philion, President of COBRA-PUMA GOLF. "Our brands are well suited to her game right now and are poised to progress with her career in the future, while she develops as a professional golfer."
Lexi's youthfulness, commitment to the sport, and drive for performance makes her an ideal athlete for COBRA-PUMA GOLF. She joins the company's current world-class roster that includes PUMA Golf's Rickie Fowler, Johan Edfors, and Anna Nordqvist, and Cobra's Ian Poulter, Camilo Villegas and J.B. Holmes. Lexi, however, will be the first professional representing both brands on the course. As part of this long-term partnership, she will wear PUMA Golf shoes featuring Smart Quill technology, and PUMA's performance golf apparel. She will also play the Cobra S2 Driver (8.5