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No more Nike Golf drivers, irons, wedges, putters, woods, hybrids or golf balls. Or golf "Nike, Inc. announced today that it will accelerate innovation in its Golf footwear and apparel business and will partner with more of the world's best golfers
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What happens when a man leaves home for a year to pursue his dream? One day, playing a particularly spectacular round of golf, husband and father John Paul Newport suddenly tastes what it?s like to be a pro. Deciding to take a year off and hit the road playing golf's mini-tour circuit, Newport embarks on a wild trip through America's fairways. Over the course of his journey inside the somewhat shady, often hilarious underbelly of professional golf, he uncovers a world of people so totally addicted to golf, to the delusion of achievable perfection, that they sacrifice everything else to the quest. He also discovers the nature of his own obsession with the game, and how this constant pursuit of perfection on the golf course reflects the same challenges and frustrations one encounters in...
4, 2016 - A bombshell development in the world of golf equipment: Nike Golf is getting out of the business. No more Nike Golf drivers, irons, wedges, putters, woods, hybrids or golf balls. Or golf bags. So Nike will keep making golf shoes and golf apparel, but stop making golf balls and golf clubs. Nike Golf's fortunes have always been tied to Tiger Woods. Nike first made golf products (footwear) in 1984. When Nike signed Woods in 1996 (for the biggest golf endorsement deal ever to the point, $40 million), it didn't even make golf clubs or golf balls. It essentially created a golf division specifically for Woods. Woods began playing a Nike Golf ball (the Tour Accuracy TW) in 2000, and had one of the greatest seasons in golf history that year. The company's first set of golf clubs to reach the retail market only appeared in 2002. (Woods also made a series of iconic TV commercials for Nike Golf, perhaps most famously the ball-bouncing, or juggling, ads. But as Woods' domination declined, and then injuries forced him away from competition, so, too, have Nike Golf's sales declined. In the past fiscal year, Nike Golf's sales dropped by 8-percent, and Nike Golf was the worst-performing division within the larger company, Nike Inc. Nike Golf, even at its peak, always trailed far behind industry sales leaders TaylorMade and Callaway. Nike Golf's Tour Players Become Free Agents. Tour golfers signed to endorsement deals with Nike Golf are now auditioning new clubs - and looking for new endorsement deals. Woods and Rory McIlroy are two of the biggest names in golf, both Top 5 in star power, and will have to seek out new deals. Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, told Golf. McIlroy tweeted, "Sad for @nikegolf employees that worked so hard and made genuinely great golf equipment. Another huge name on the Nike Golf roster - despite her lackluster 2015 and terrible 2016 - is Michelle Wie. Her star power is dimmed, but still present, and other equipment companies will be making runs at signing her. Nike Golf's exit probably catches a lot of people by surprise, not just employees. Other prominent names on the Nike Golf tour staff include Charl Schwartzel, Russell Henley, Nick Watney, Kevin Chappell, Paul Casey, Thorbjorn Olesen, Suzann Pettersen and Cheyenne Woods. When Do Nike Clubs and Balls Disappear. Nike Golf's announcement only stated the company was "transitioning" out of the business. No specific dates or timetable were provided for when the the company's golf equipment will stop appearing in shops. And Adidas Is Searching for a Buyer for Its Golf Brands Meanwhile, the German giant adidas is also looking to get out of the golf equipment business - but not by shutting down its brands, but selling them off. Adidas announced nearly a year ago it was considering selling its TaylorMade , Adams Golf and Ashworth brands. TaylorMade is one of the biggest names in golf - it will survive just fine. Ashworth is a niche brand - golf apparel - and so might survive, too. Adams Golf is a wildcard. I expect the Adams brand to find a buyer, too, and Adams golf clubs to remain on the market, but in this age of consolidation it's difficult to be completely confident about smaller equipment brands. Adidas has owned TaylorMade Golf since 1997, Ashworth since 2008 and Adams Golf since 2012.
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