Advisers

Advisers

This is an introduction to the development advisers for Colantotte products.

Ryo ishikawa

I never take it off, I wear Colantotte when I sleep and play, and you can even wear it in the water!  It feels natural, as if it's a part of me.

When I'm focused, I tend to forget I have something around my neck or wrist. So it feels as though my body is unconsciously relieved of its tension. Amazing!
More than the physical changes, though, I was surprised by the color variation. Today, for instance, I'm wearing red and white to match my outfit. I remember being amazed that Colantotte comes in as many colors as my golf ware.

Before I started using Colantotte, I woke up feeling a bit weary each morning. Then, one night, I went to bed with two around my neck and one on my wrist. I was somewhat dubious but thought, why not, it wouldn't hurt to give it a try. I woke up feeling refreshed, and have been wearing it to bed every night during tours ever since. I never take it off, I wear Colantotte when I sleep and play, and you can even wear it in the water! It feels natural, as if it's a part of me.

My dream is to win the Masters Tournament, and to be a player everyone roots for. To make this dream come true, it's important to set realistic, immediate goals and achieve them one by one. I think being a steady worker is what gets you closer to fulfilling your dreams.

Profile

Ryo Ishikawa

In May 2007, Ishikawa took the limelight as an icon in the world of golf when he became the youngest ever winner of the Munsingwear Open KSB Cup. In January 2008, he turned professional while still in high school. He closed 2008, his first year as a pro, ranking fifth on the money list and becoming the youngest ever 100 million yen player. In 2009, his second year as a pro, he played in a number of tournaments outside Japan including the Masters, and with four wins finished the year as the money list leader on the Japan Golf Tour.
In May 2010, he shot an amazing 58 in the final round of the Crowns to set a record low score and register a brilliant come-from-behind victory.
He earned the second victory that year for the FUJISANKEI CLASSIC. Furthermore, he won the Mitsui Sumitomo VISA・Taiheiyo Masters with a 14-under total.
He has won 9 times in total on the men’s professional tour.
His career earnings exceeded 500 million yen as of August 2011. He achieved this at the age of 19 years and 11 months, drastically breaking the record at the youngest age. In addition, he established the milestone on his 97th tournament including 4 major championships and WGC and this made him the new record holder faster than anybody else.

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