BMW Canada has revealed that they have brought Brooke Henderson into the fold as a sponsored athlete. The company sponsors a number Olympic athletes and prospective athletes.
On Friday night the company announced it via social media by promoting the following Tweet:
— BMW Canada (@bmwcanada) November 13, 2015
Henderson responded with a Tweet of her own:
— Brooke Henderson (@BrookeHenderson) November 14, 2015
While BMW Canada is yet to issue a press release with any more details they did make a post to their Facebook page with some more information.
“Join us in welcoming Brooke Henderson, Canada’s top ranked female golfer, as the newest member of #TeamBMW. She recently earned her first LPGA Tour win at the age of 17, and we look forward to supporting her on the Road to Rio, as women’s Golf makes its Olympic return. Brooke took delivery of a BMW X5 at Otto’s BMW in Ottawa. Welcome to the team, Brooke! #RoadtoRio #PoweringPerformance”
Since turning professional eleven months ago Henderson has earned victories on the Sun Coast, Symetra and LPGA Tours. She has earned more than (USD) $732,000 on the LPGA Tour alone.
Currently holding the #17 spot in the Rolex World Rankings, the 18 year-old from Smiths Falls, Ontario also has endorsement deals with Golf Canada, PING, RBC and SunIce.
The length and value of the BMW Canada endorsement has not been released.