PUMA Golf is bringing the U.S. Open to the streets of Los Angeles with a series of custom shoes and a mural. The brand has teamed up with Jonas Never, a renowned muralist known for his work around the city, to create a mural featuring PUMA athletes Rickie Fowler, Gary Woodland and Justin Suh. The mural, which resides on the side of the Roger Dunn store in Brentwood, features the athletes in action, surrounded by iconic Los Angeles landmarks.
In addition to the mural, PUMA Golf has also worked with a group of custom footwear artists to create a line of one-of-a-kind shoes for the athletes to wear during the tournament. The shoes, which reflect each player’s style, were created using various materials and techniques.
“We wanted to do something special to celebrate the U.S. Open coming to Los Angeles,” said Dan Ladd, President of Cobra Puma Golf. “We’re proud to partner with Jonas Never and some of the best custom footwear artists in the world to create something that truly reflects the city and the tournament.”
The U.S. Open is one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world, and PUMA Golf is excited to be a part of it. The company hopes that the mural and the custom shoes will bring a little bit of Los Angeles to the tournament and inspire the athletes to play their best.
The shoes and mural will be on display at the Roger Dunn store, which is just minutes from Los Angeles Country Club, the site of the U.S. Open. The shoes will also be available for purchase at select PUMA retailers.