Dwyers & Co still very much to the fore providing golf clothing brands worldwide

7th April, 2019
Alan Dwyer of Premium Golf Brands at Cork Golf Club, Little Island Picture: Clare Keogh

Corkman Alan Dwyer has a longstanding family history in the rag trade dating back to 1820, when his forebear James Dwyer established clothing company Dwyers & Co.

Four generations on, he is managing director at Eurostyle, the holding company for Premium Golf Brands which employs 65 people on the Mallow Road.

“My father left the family business and started Eurostyle in 1972. The company split in 2009 into Premium Golf Brands, with Eurostyle as the holding company,”...

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