Vitamin Well is continuing its engagement in golf. From today, Danish professional golfers Rasmus and Nicolai Højgaard are ambassadors within the Vitamin Well family.
“We are very happy to welcome Rasmus and Nicolai aboard”, Nadia Winther, Marketing Activation Manager for Vitamin Well Denmark, says.
“They are not only extraordinarily talented and committed athletes. But also a very inspiring pair of siblings, considering that they have always competed against each other and still grow together”.
Both Rasmus and Nicolai turned professional in 2019 and have played at the highest level in Europe ever since. They both have multiple professional wins and ranked among the top 100 in the world for an extended period in 2022. All in all, Rasmus and Nicolai are currently two of the most promising golf players from Scandinavia, considering both their results and young age.
“Helping me in the pursuit of my goals”
“Hydration and nutrition is so important for everything that we do. It feels great being partnered with Vitamin Well”, Rasmus says. “Whether it is preparing to go and play golf or after a tough gym session, I love to have a Vitamin Well”.
“I’ve been drinking Vitamin Well for quite some time now. Not only do they taste really good, but I know that the ingredients are carefully selected. This partnership is helping me in the pursuit of my goals”, Nicolai says.
Vitamin Well loves golf
Vitamin Well has supported golfers, clubs, and associations for a long time. In fact, golf courses were one of the first places where one could get a hold of a Vitamin Well bottle when it first launched. Vitamin Well has continued to support the sport through various partnerships ever since.
The Højgaard brothers now enter a team of Vitamin Well golfers such as Swedish Joakim Lagergren and Mikael Lindberg. In addition, Vitamin Well recently partnered with the German Golf Association. This summer Vitamin Well is also, once again, partner to prestigious golf competitions. To mention a few, the Volvo Scandinavian Mixed in Sweden and the Porsche European Open in Germany.