Golf Brands

Golf Brands


In the world of golf, Adams is synonymous with "hybrid." Pioneering golf club design in the 1990s, founder Barney Adams is largely responsible for the hybrid golf clubs nearly every golfer has in their bag. Beginning with the Tight Lies fairway wood which became a phenomenon worldwide, Adams Golf has developed into a brand which is in a word: reliable.


Like the game we play and love, Callaway is classic. The understated yet dominant symbol invokes a sense of confidence in the player, reminding them that the game is to be revered but also approached as simply as possible in order to be victorious, as the Callaway "V" suggests.


Roger Cleveland had a vision in 1979 to produce high performance golf clubs that replicated the classic look that golfers everywhere embrace. More than 30 years later, Cleveland golf clubs personify classic but leave nothing to be desired in performance. Today, Cleveland wedges are top sellers worldwide and the 588 wedge design ranks among the best-selling clubs of all time.


Outfitting some of the hottest young players on tour, Cobra has established itself as a brand expanding among golf's youth. Cobra's PGA Tour pros include the Who's Who of on-course fashion: Rickie Fowler, Ian Poulter and Jonas Blixt are anything but subtle in Cobra gear when they step onto the first tee at a tournament. With no detail overlooked, Cobra's staff professionals are decked out from head to toe, driver to wedge, in the latest Cobra apparel and gear, including their partner brand, Puma.


Approximately 70% of any golfer's bag are irons and wedges. The experts at Mizuno have recognized every golfer has different needs when looking for the right combination of forgiveness, distance and control and have offered a wide array of options for touring professionals and some of the best ball strikers on the PGA Tour to beginners who want to learn the game and have fun playing.


Millions of eyes watched expectantly as a lone figure cloaked in red and black effortlessly urged a small white ball onto a green carpet of perfection, rolled for seemingly an eternity then tilted to a stop for a moment at the precipice of the incredible, showcasing a symbol known the world over, when at long last, the object of brilliance dropped into the cup to a deafening roar from the spectators and the artist who made the entire image possible: Tiger Woods. The scene was the 16th hole at the Masters in 2005 where Tiger single-handedly solidified Nike Golf on the golf map forever.


Ping. No other word captures the essence of a well struck golf shot than the company that made golf brands famous. From the patent of the Ping "Anser" putter to the iron frenzy that followed the unveiling of the Ping EYE2, Ping and its founder, Karsten Solheim, took the golf world by storm in 1959 and never looked back. Revolutionizing everything from club technology to the lightweight stand bags we use today, Ping has always led the industry in vision and innovation for the future.


Taylormade has catapulted to the forefront of golfing technology with design and innovation, challenging the traditional axioms of the industry. Outfitting some of the most exciting players on the PGA Tour, Taylormade has spearheaded a radical shift in the way the game is played, or more appropriately, attacked. Taylormade has succeeded in bringing the excitement of the pro game to any amateur willing to swing their clubs or put their golf balls in play.


Excellence in golf has been attempted by many but achieved often by only a select group. The same is true for golf clubs and balls, and none more than Titleist. One of the most recognizable brands in the sport, Titleist personifies superiority and distinction from its peers by producing one thing every golfer seeks: consistent results.