Thorbjørn olesen's drukmareridt of a flight last year are still awaiting a legal decision in relation to golfstjernens full-offences in the higher altitudes. Here he is accused of gramse on a flight attendant and urinate in the aisle.
in turn, it seems that the episodes now have an economic consequence for the 30-year-old golfstjerne, there's just been lifted of his suspension and is back on the European Tour after a year's absence.
The Danish golf site 19.hole.dk can thus tell that the dane has lost three of his big sponsors, namely Nike, Rolex and the ISPS Handâ.
On olesen's own website, you can quite rightly see that the three sponsors has disappeared under the section of ’partners’, while BMW and Titleist remains faithful.
Thorbjørn Olesen went the other day the second round at the Hero Open wearing a Nike cap, but the sponsorship is apparently past. Photo:Henning Bagger/Ritzau Scanpix
Conversely, he has just got himself a new tøjaftale with the newer sportsbeklædningsfirma Castore, who by his own admission, doing sports in high quality.
The scottish tennis champion Andy Murray has shares in the Castore and use tøjmærket, there also have been Glasgow Rangers in the clientele.
the Agreement with Castore can hardly match it with Nike, and in general, Thorbjorn Olesen has been hit hard by his absence, who is believed to have cost him tens of millions of dollars.
19hul.dk has by his own admission, contacted Nike, Rolex and the ISPS Handâ and Thorbjørns management firm, Hambric Sports, but have not been able to ascertain, about the pending lawsuit has had an impact on sponsoraftalernes an end.
Ekstra Bladet has tried in vain to retrieve a confirmation of the breach of Thorbjørn olesen's manager in Denmark, Mads Frederiksen.
Golf - 24. jun. 2020 - pm. 18:16 of the Star flydruk: - I am incredibly sorry
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