Dominic Foos joins International Sports Management
Article posted: 03 November 2016
I’m sure that we will have a fantastic and successful relationship.
International Sports Management is delighted to announce the signing of young German star golfer Dominic Foos.
Attached to The Els Club in Dubai, Dominic become the youngest winner in Challenge Tour history with a wire to wire success at the GANT Open in Finland at the age of 17 in August 2015.
Dominic finished in a share of 16th at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters as an amateur in January 2014 and turned professional on his 17th birthday in September that year.
Highlights of 2016 included finishing second at the Tayto Northern Ireland Open in Partnership with Ulster Bank in July and a share of sixth place at The Rolex Trophy in August.
Dominic, 19, who has worked with ISM in the past, has struggled with a wrist problem in recent months and will return to action on the Challenge Tour at the start of the year.
He said: “I’m so pleased to be signing with ISM. I know what the company and (Chief Executive Officer) Chubby Chandler are all about and I can’t wait to work with them. I’m sure that we will have a fantastic and successful relationship.
“The new year can’t come soon enough so that I can start playing again. I have some big years ahead of me and I’m very happy that ISM will play a big role in guiding me through.”
ISM is a world-renowned management company that specialises in golf and cricket and has nurtured the careers of Masters champion Danny Willett, Open Championship winners Louis Oosthuizen and Darren Clarke and former world number one Lee Westwood.
Chandler said: “Dominic’s potential is no secret and we’re really pleased to have him with us. He’s got an exciting future ahead of him and we can’t wait to be a part of it.”