Mosaic president and CEO Joc O’Rourke said DeLaet’s commitment to the province, his involvement in the community, and his charitable endeavours are some of the reasons why the company is partnering with DeLaet.
“Graham DeLaet represents Saskatchewan, Canada—and himself – on the international stage with authenticity and class,” O’Rourke said in a statement.
“We look forward to working with Graham, a home-grown success, to further our community endeavors together, all while cheering him on wherever he may be teeing off in the world.”
DeLaet said the partnership with the Regina-based company will be a reminder of his Saskatchewan roots.
“Partnering with Mosaic is like a constant reminder on my sleeve of my roots and the things I love most about Saskatchewan – the people and the sense of community,” DeLaet said.
“We are very much alike in the sense that we are globally based, but always looking to give back to the people and places that have supported us.”
One way DeLaet has given back to the province is through the Graham and Ruby DeLaet Foundation.
The foundation has raised over $1.5 million since 2014 to support children’s health and wellness charities, along with developing junior golf.
As part of the sponsorship deal, DeLaet will feature the company’s logo on his right sleeve and on his golf bag at all tour events. His caddie, Julien Trudeau, will have the Mosaic logo on his hat.
Mosaic and DeLeat will also team up off the course for charitable initiatives.