Seen at the PGA Show

This year’s PGA Show was packed with unique and innovative products, and we gathered some of our favorites for you to check out. Here’s a look at what caught our eye this year:

Pub Og

This is for every golf facility that wishes it had an authentic Irish pub. These structures have working bars, integrated entertainment systems and authentic Irish materials and decor.

Clayton & Crume

In addition to a full line of monogrammed and logoed barware and accessories, this Louisville company also does customization on site for special events, like tournaments and outings.

Lyle & Scott

This classic Scottish apparel brand is relaunching in the U.S. with a line that combines retro charm with the latest fabrications for comfort and performance, all featuring its iconic eagle logo.

Golf Forever

Backed by major champion Justin Leonard, this combination of resistance equipment and smartphone app customizes golf-specific workouts for each individual that uses it.

Sunday Golf

Headed out for a quick 9, or to play a par-3 course? Put a few clubs in an ultralight bag from Sunday Golf and you’ll enjoy an easier walk and a less complicated golf experience.

Holderness & Bourne

These classic apparel designs matched with a modern fit make for a popular line at private clubs and resorts.

Sterling Cut Glass

As premium makers of customized glassware, Sterling Cut Glass is at the forefront of the red-hot bourbon craze with a number of glass and decanter designs.

Clubhouse Events

The PGA Tour-style LED leaderboards and custom signage provided by this company helps golf facilities meet their revenue and fundraising goals by creating a unique, unforgettable experience.

Sportsbox AI

 

Coachers like Sean Foley and David Leadbetter are on board with this app that allows golfers to analyze their swings in full 3D detail without special sensors using advanced AI technology.