The Prince Edward Island Golf Association (PEIGA) and Dormie Workshop are pleased to announce the signing of a three-year partnership that will see the Nova Scotia company, which produces custom handmade leather products to golf courses and organizations around the globe, serve as the title sponsor for the PEIGA Player of the Year Awards and the addition of a “Dormie Par 3 Challenge,” for players participating in the Cooke Insurance PEI Amateur. The “Dormie Par 3 Challenge” will see the players with the best performance on the par-3’s of the event receive a unique prize provided by Dormie Workshop. Todd Bishop, co-owner of Dormie Workshop says “As a family company, that is very passionate about growing the game, Dormie Workshop is excited to add the PEIGA as a new partner.
Dormie Workshop has been proudly serving and supporting the golf industry since its inception.” Dormie Workshop was created by PGA of Canada members and brothers Jeff and Todd Bishop in 2014 with the intention of bringing fellow golfers custom handmade golf headcovers and allowing the customer to be involved in the creative process. Innovative design, the highest quality craftsmanship, and industry-leading customer service are the founding principles of Dormie Workshop. The Halifax based company has taken over the custom leather headcover industry in golf and received the Golf Digest Editor’s Choice Award for Best Leather Headcovers for 5 consecutive seasons, 2017-2022.
PEIGA’s Executive Director Alison Griffin said the association is grateful for the support shown by Dormie Workshop. “We are very excited to add a well-respected company such as Dormie Workshop to our impressive list of partners and look forward to working with the Dormie team to add value to our Amateur Championship along with showcasing their products through our Player of the Year Awards.”