3 August 2020

We are excited to announce our recent sponsorship of European Tour golfer Jack Senior. Introduced to Alpha through the installation of one of our E-Tec boilers in his home, carried out by one of our experienced installers, Alpha will be supporting Jack for the rest of his rookie season.

A two-time winner on the Challenge Tour circuit, Jack has since made the step up to the European Tour securing a fourth-place finish in only his fourth tour event at the South African Open. Jack was also part of the winning Walker Cup team in 2011, beating the likes of Patrick Cantlay and three-time major champion Jordan Spieth.

Since play resumed at this year’s British Masters, Jack aced the par-3 14th in his third round triggering a £50,000 donation to the Sir Graham Wylie Foundation, which works closely with local charities.

“We are delighted to support Jack,” commented Brendan Fenerty, Sales Director at Alpha Heating Innovation. “To be associated with elite performance is synergy that we welcome and for the golf fans in our customer network – there’s going to be a once in a lifetime chance to have a one-on-one coaching session with Jack later this year.”

We will be following Jack’s journey and posting regular updates on his progress across our social media channels. Jack will also be sharing some handy golfing hints and tips, so keep an eye out for those if you are a fan of the sport.

To follow Jack’s season on the European Tour, follow Alpha Heating Innovation on Facebook or @alphahi on Twitter.

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