HUGO BOSS sponsors a selection of established golf stars and emerging talents from around the world. Wherever they play, they demonstrate precision, skill - and style.
Martin Kaymer, Germany’s top golfer, has won two major championships and was also the No. 1 ranked golfer in the Official World Golf Ranking in 2011. In May 2014, he won the Players Championship, the flagship event of the PGA Tour. A month later, Martin Kaymer led each round of the U.S. Open and won his second major by eight strokes. In collaboration with HUGO BOSS, he has developed his own golf collection: ‚Martin Kaymer by BOSS‘, comprising designs that are perfectly customized to the needs of professional golfers.
Henrik Stenson plays in both the PGA and European Tours and has spent over three years ranked in the world top ten. In 2013, he won the Deutsche Bank Championship and the Tour Championship on the PGA Tour. Later that year, Henrik Stenson created a historic double as he won both the PGA Tour‘s FedEx Cup and the European Tour‘s Race to Dubai in the same season. In 2016, he won his first major with the British Open at Royal Troon in Scotland as the first ever Swedish golf professional. Furthermore Stenson won the Race to Dubai for the second time and earned European Tour Golfer of the Year that season.
Byeong-Hun An has the Olympic Games in his blood, both of his parents being Olympic table tennis medalists. He graduated from the David Leadbetter Academy, Florida and became the youngest ever winner of the U.S. Amateur Championship in 2009, aged 17. He secured his first Challenge Tour title in 2014, firing a final-round 64 to claim the Rolex Trophy in Geneva. In 2015, he won the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth and the 31st Shinhan Donghae Open in South Korea.
At just 22 years of age, Sean Crocker is one of the youngest golfers sponsored by HUGO BOSS. He proved his outstanding talent in 2018 when he qualified for the oldest golf tournament in the world - The Open - in his first year as a professional.
The young American was born in Zimbabwe, leaving the country with his family at five years old. He began playing golf at the age of six.