04 - Mar -

Toyo Tires Delighted to Sponsors 2021 US Open Champion Yuka Saso

Article written by Bush Tyres Toyo Tires sponsor Yuka Saso

Toyo Tires Sponsors Yuka Saso

Recently the Toyo Tire Corporation has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Japanese female golfer, Yuka Saso.

Toyo Tires are keen to support athletes striving to become top of their sport. Yuka Saso is the latest name to join their stable of sports men and women.

Yuka is a rising star, at the age of just 14 she won the ICTSI Eagle Ridge Ladies Invitational in the Philippines. In 2019 Yoka turned professional, she didn’t have to wait long before her first professional tour victory which came in 2020 at the NEC Karuizawa. In just her third year as a professional golfer Yuka had her first major win of her career at the 2021 LPGA U.S Women’s Open.

Commenting on the partnership, Yuka said that she was very happy and honoured to join Toyo Tires.

The sponsoring of athletes who aim to be at the pinnacle of their sport is an expression of Toyo Tires brand message, “Open Roads Await”. This represents the challenge to the athlete and describes how their products are designed to challenge real world driving conditions.

Innovation, quality and performance

Toyo Tires offers superior performance and handling alongside a balance of comfort, safety, environmental performance, and mileage. It’s no small feat that Toyo is chosen all over Europe as Original Equipment for Audi, Lexus, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Toyota.

At Bush Tyres we have stocked Toyo tires for a number of years, their tyre warranty states that they’ll replace any tyre with unrepairable damage resulting from normal road use.

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