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Women Golfers Driven to Succeed

The U.S. Women’s Open is coming up, and in a mirror of their previous mens survey, Lexus quizzed women golfers about their commitment to the game. The results are surprisingly similar: Women are spending even more hours than men on the driving range (5 vs. 4 hours) Thirteen percent of women golfers would give up …
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More on Lexus & The U.S. Open

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has given us more insight into Lexus’ presence at the U.S. Open: The U.S. Open at Oakmont marked the first time the USGA has used corporate sponsors in its history, and in the 107-year history of the Open. “American Express was the only other sponsor,” noted Vince Salisbury, event marketing manager for …
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Lexus & The U.S. Open in Oakmont

The U.S. Open at Oakmont wrapped up today, and Lexus certainly did their part as the main sponsor of the event. Not only did they provide LS 460’s to every golfer during their time in Pittsburgh (with the exception of Tiger Woods, who drove a Buick Enclave), they created an incredibly extensive website at myownpursuit.com …
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Lexus & Golfers Are A Perfect Match

Rounding out this week of surveys and studies is a rather strange birdie — Lexus, as the first ever automotive partner of the United States Golfing Association (USGA), conducted a survey of golfers and found themselves looking in a mirror. It seems like Lexus and golfers have that very same relentless pursuit of perfection: Four …