Scottish golf clothing group Glenmuir has launched a brand new tri-branded website which showcases the unique attributes of their Glenmuir, Sunderland of Scotland and MacWet stable of brands.

The new website showcases and tells the story of the unique and distinct brand attributes and heritage of the classic and luxury Glenmuir brand, the high performance Sunderland of Scotland brand and the revolutionary MacWet Golf Rain Glove.

The website presents the Glenmuir, Sunderland of Scotland and MacWet collections in a fresh and exciting way and has been optimised to allow customers to navigate and check out seamlessly on desktop or mobile devices. The website also contains a number of useful features for trade buyers and stockists of the brands and the company is continuing to invest in this area to make it even easier for customers to stock their brands.

Glenmuir’s Managing Director Mikhel Ruia: "The Glenmuir team up here in Lanark have been working tirelessly to trawl through our ancient archives and have unearthed some outstanding pieces of history. These include old portraits from 1891 of Glenmuir’s original founders, Andrew MacDougall and the five Marys, Glenmuir Shirts worn by the very first European Ryder Cup team to win on American soil in 1987 and videos of the great Seve Ballesteros modelling our Sunderland Rain Suits.

"Glenmuir, Sunderland of Scotland and MacWet are all unique brands with their own distinct individual identities. It is wonderful to have this rich history showcased in one place for golfers to experience. Glenmuir is proud of its unique Scottish heritage, its long standing association with the Ryder Cup having supplied the shirts and knitwear to The European Ryder Cup Team since 1987 and its market-leading bespoke embroidery service.

Glenmuir is a brand that has been at the forefront of the golfwear industry since 1891, and our team here in Scotland live and breathe golf – we are truly dedicated and passionate about crafting the finest Scottish golfwear"

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