Haas-Jordan Highlights Sunflector Umbrella for Spring Golf


With spring sunshine around the corner, Haas-Jordan is highlighting the advanced technology of its popular Sunflector Umbrella.

Made of a silver UV reflective outer canopy, the 62” arc Sunflector Umbrella easily reflects 99% of harmful rays to keep the temperature noticeably cooler underneath the canopy. Featuring wind-vents on all panels, the Sunflector helps you stay cool no matter how hot or humid the weather gets.

“The Sunflector Umbrella really is a game-changer on those sunny, hot days,” said Renee Pfau, Product Manager at Devant. “The UV reflective technology makes it an essential item both on and off the course.”

Haas-Jordan has been manufacturing umbrellas since 1899 and utilizes trusted materials and superior techniques to provide unmatched golf, folding and fashion umbrellas. They were the first to do many things in the rain and golf umbrella industry and began manufacturing the world’s first golf umbrellas. From hand-selecting umbrella frames and fabrics that will withstand the strongest of storms to screen-printing permanent designs on the outer canopy, their umbrellas are promised to last a lifetime. Today, Haas-Jordan remains committed to the same innovation, impeccable quality, customer service and outstanding value that the Haas-Jordan Company earned in over 60 years of service to the golf industry. For more information visit www.haas-jordan.com.

David Daubert

David has been writing about golf since the turn of the century. He was Managing Editor at a regional golf magazine for 11 years, published in Canada, the IAGTO and a Staff Writer for The Georgia Golf Trail. His insightful perspective brings golf to life.

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