Bioflow, one of the world’s leading suppliers of magnetic wrist products, is celebrating after staff player Lee Westwood led wire-to-wire in Jakarta to secure victory at the Indonesian Masters and land their second victory of the 2012 season. 

Westwood had to complete a demanding final 32 holes in testing conditions at the Royale Jakarta Golf on Sunday after storms interrupted play on Saturday. The World No 3 finished two shots ahead of Thailand’s Thaworn Wiratchant and a strong Asian Tour field to secure his first victory of the 2012 season and hand Bioflow their second win of the season, following Paul Lawrie’s success in Qatar. 

Wearing his white Bioflow Sport wristband, Westwood managed to beat the tough conditions, the strong field and remained completely relaxed and in control of his game despite a draining final 32 holes – to land the 38th victory of his career, just two days before his 39th birthday.  

Westwood needed all the benefits of Bioflow’s magnotherapy technology, adding: “Today was hard. It is never easy playing in these conditions and I had to play 32 holes. It was draining out there and I was really feeling it on the back nine. When you are in contention and under pressure, it seems to zap your energy faster. There was a lot of pressure so I’m glad I did it.”

Bioflow Sport is designed to complement an active lifestyle, with a winning combination of patented magnet technology teamed with a durable, non-tearable silicone sports wristband that is water resistant. 

Available in five colours (black, blue, red, green and white) and five sizes (XS, S, M, L and XL), Bioflow Sport wristbands feature unique patented ‘Central Reverse Polarity’ magnotherapy technology.  This strong, multi-directional force of magnetism is thought to improve blood flow, encouraging healing and cell regeneration.

Westwood is joined on Team Bioflow by Paul Lawrie, Thomas Aiken, Chris Wood, David Horsey and Christina Kim as Bioflow further enhance their position as the go-to magnotherapy wristbands and bracelets in golf.