The Englishman had a 14-year relationship with the global courier, with its logos on his shirts and bag. He began the PGA Championship without them.
Lee Westwood’s days of delivering the UPS message to golf fans worldwide appears to have ended this week at the PGA Championship.
The former world No. 1 has been requested by the global courier and logistics company to remove the familiar brown and gold logo from his shirt and bag.
The actions by UPS appear to be due to the 49-year-old’s decision to ask for a release from both the PGA Tour and DP World Tour to play in the first LIV Golf Invitational Series event in early June at Centurion Club outside of London.