Adidas Golf has announced that Brendan Lawlor will join its roster of athletes. The Irish golfer is currently No. 4 in the World Rankings for Golfers with Disability (WR4GD). After forging a successful amateur career across both disability and able-bodied competitions, he became the first disabled golfer to compete in the European Tour, in August 2020, at the ISPS Handa UK Championship. Lawlor was born with Ellis van-Creveld Syndrome, a rare disease that affects bone growth and results in short stature and shorter limbs. In addition to supporting his career as a professional, Adidas will be working with Lawlor to attract more people to golf, including him in marketing activities. Lawlor will be competing in multiple golf tours, including the EDGA Golf (named after the former European Disabled Golf Association), the European Tour and the Challenge Tour.