Callaway Golf Company today announced the October 15 retail launch of its Spring 2011 apparel line for men and women. To showcase the new clothing line, Callaway is hosting an interactive poll on the Company’s Facebook page
Baseball's top sluggers have even more incentive to drive the ball deep this season, as Carlsbad, California-based Callaway Golf Company announced an initiative to reward the game's most aggressive home run hitters.
City of Industry, California-based Sweda Company announced the hiring of Kellie Claudio, formerly of Carlsbad, California-based Ashworth Golf, as its new director of business development.
The TRG Group, St. Louis is the global licensee for travel gear for Victorinox Travel Gear that was featured today on CBS' “The Early Show.” Victorinox Travel Gear was put to the test at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, and beat out all of the competition by being the only travel bag that kept Panya the elephant from getting the fruit concealed inside.
St. Louis-based TRG Group, an international leader in the travel gear industry, announced that beginning December 1, 2009, Hudson Marketing Group and its president Jamie Hudson will represent TRG Group in the Southeast region.
Carlsbad, California-based Callaway Golf recently announced it has reached an agreement with Miami-based Perry Ellis International to design, manufacture and distribute Callaway golf and sportswear apparel in the U.S., Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.
St. Louis, Missouri-based TRG Group, an international supplier of travel gear to the promotional products industry, named Nicki McCollough, sales operations manager for the corporate markets division, as the company's 2008 Horizons Award winner.
Among the original 13 rules of golf are antiquated statements (and spellings) such as, “If your ball comes among watter, or any wattery filth, you are at liberty to take out your ball ...,” and “You are not to remove stones, bones or any break club, for the sake of playing your ball,” (What’s a break club?). While, of course, the original Scottish sounds foreign to the modern ear, the language alone illustrates how far the game has come in just a couple hundred years. Clubs and balls might be making warp-speed advances, but the innovations aren’t all technological. On the clothing side, fabrics