Stewart cink wins the 2020 safeway open wearing move performance apparel

by Karen Alberg Grossman
Reagan and Stewart Cink relish a long-awaited win.

In his first PGA win in eleven years, 47-year-old Stewart Cink strode proudly to receive his trophy in a brilliant blue Move Performance Apparel polo.

Surely, the secret for this collection’s success is the five performance features in every garment: four-way stretch, moisture management, odor control, UV protection, and easy care/non-iron fabrics.

And surely, the success secret for a PGA win after more than a decade has a lot to do with staying cool under pressure. That, and the power of family. As Cink told The Atlanta Journal after his win on Sunday, “When you’re 47, you have a lot more experience and a lot more things happened in your life that you can use to put golf into perspective. It’s certainly been the case for us, and I don’t think anybody escapes stuff like that. I’m so grateful that Lisa (editor’s note: Cink’s wife, a cancer survivor, has been his inspiration) was able to be here. And Reagan on the bag was just awesome.”

Move is a division of Quieti Apparel. Says president and co-founder Andy Jones, “We’re proud that Stewart Cink performed so well, with his son Reagan on the bag for the week. We’re so happy for him and his family and we’re happy for the Move Performance Apparel family! We launched Move in spring 2017 at the MRket show in New York and have been growing it since. Our retail prices on performance knits range from $85 to $125, wovens from $99.50 to $125. The collection is sold at Nordstrom, Von Maur, and other fine specialty stores across the country. Our goal is to grow the business with better specialty stores and green grass shops.”

And a PGA winner as brand ambassador never hurts! For more info on Move: andy@quietiapparel.com.