Custom clubs just might take you to the next level. They’ll cut down on excuses, anyway.
PXG releases all-new affordable irons, the 0211 XCOR2.
PXG has added three new models to its Battle Ready line of putters: a mallet (Raptor); mid-mallet (Hercules) and a center-shafted blade (Dagger+).
Bob Parsons often sounds more like a pro wrestler cutting a good promo than a billionaire entrepreneur, but there’s enthusiasm and honesty in every word. From his recovery from combat post-traumatic stress disorder to his love for golf, the former Marine is accustomed to taking charge of the conversation.
There are two things you need to know about PXG founder and CEO Bob Parsons: he’s golf-obsessed and loves gambling. So naturally, Parsons is keen to put some cash on his regular matches.
Bob Parsons is best known for founding GoDaddy and changing the golf industry, but in his heart, he is most proud of being a U.S. Marine.
The Marine infantryman still suffers from PTSD from his tour in Vietnam but credits LSD and MDMA with helping him “come home.” Now he’s on a mission to help other veterans.
Bob Parsons, the billionaire founder of GoDaddy Inc and PXG, traveled to Detroit to celebrate the grand opening of the company’s newest retail store in Troy, MI.
PXG is going back to its roots with its newest offering: GEN5 0311 flagship irons, hybrids and woods that cost almost $5,000 for a full bag of fitted clubs.
The Arizona-based company claims to have the thinnest faces in irons on the market with its fifth-generation offering.