The Swing of Things
Golf is hard. For a game with such a simple goal—hit ball into cup-there are a million things to know before you can even attempt a respectable round. What's the difference between a handicap and a hazard, a shank and a slice? Why do I need 47 kinds of golf clubs? Is it mandatory to own golf pants with crazy patterns on them, or just encouraged? It's all so overwhelming.
Fortunately, selling golf is nothing like playing it. You don't need to master any fancy tricks or learn any confusing lingo. All you need is some basic knowledge on popular gear. Here are some of the latest products to get you started.
"This luggage is owned by a serious golfer-I'd better not tamper with it!" is what everyone at the baggage carousel will say when they see American National Supply/iMark's Silver Golf Club Luggage Tag on your suitcase. The tag can be laser engraved, has a 1.25x2" imprint area and comes packaged in a gift box. For more information, visit www.imark-online.com.
The Circle of Advertising Golf Ball from American Zebra Line is made from high-density, open-cell foam and has a brushed tricot lining. It comes in 26 colors and keeps a 12 oz. can cold no matter how hot it gets on the course, as long as the course isn't inside an active volcano. (In which case, can we golf with you? That sounds awesome.) For more information, visit www.americanzebra.net.
All You Need is Glove
Glove Branders from Ball Pro Promotional Group can be decorated in a custom all-over print in up to three colors, and are as good for tasteful logo exposure as they are for tasteful, subdued clapping. The gloves include a detailed rubber patch and are available in synthetic leather, or in Cabretta leather with leather palms. For more information, visit www.ballpro.com.