The elite golfers from the PGA TOUR use the Hypervolt Plus massage gun for their warm-up and recovery routines while choosing the powerful, yet small and lightweight Hypervolt GO when they are on the green.
Hyperice, the company behind the Hypervolt massage guns and already a partner of almost every one of the big sports leagues in North America, became the Official Recovery Device of the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions in October 2020.
Their range of products and technologies is now available to the athletes in the Player Performance Centers, the state-of-the-art mobile fitness centers that travel with the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions throughout the season.
Both players and trainers of the PGA will receive the latest products and get access to the latest research from Hyperice as part of the deal with the goal of improving the players’ recovery, performance and overall wellbeing.
“As an industry leader in recovery technology, we couldn’t be more pleased to introduce Hyperice to the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions players and trainers,” said Brian Oliver, PGA TOUR Executive Vice President of Corporate Partnerships.
“By developing products inspired by professional athletes, and making recovery technology and education accessible to all, Hyperice will help ensure our elite athletes recover effectively to perform at their best each week over a long season,” Oliver explained.
“Our partnership with the PGA TOUR is truly the first of its kind. In addition to delivering Hyperice recovery technology directly to players during tournaments to optimize performance, we’re able to give fans behind the scenes access to their favorite players’ health, fitness and recovery routines,” added Hyperice CEO Jim Huether.
“Hyperice is committed to helping athletes worldwide move better and recover faster. Today’s announcement demonstrates the PGA TOUR’s commitment to elevating the sport and performance of its athletes,” Huether continued.
At the same time, Hyperice also announced that PGA TOUR Professional Rickie Fowler would join the recovery technology company as an ambassador and investor.
Featured image courtesy of Hyperice.