Most PGA Tour players have a sponsor slapped on their hats that we’re all familiar with: such as Titleist, Callaway, Wilson and whatnot. But watching the Wells Fargo Championship this weekend we spotted some brands and logos that we’re not used to seeing on the lids of tour golfers.
From Jason Dufner and his ‘Dude’ wipes logo to Patrick Cantlay’s ‘Marcus’ by Goldman Sachs, the lines of business were all over the map.
Let’s take a look at these distinct sponsor brands on the lids of PGA Tour golfers we spotted this week at the Quail Hollow Club:
Marketing Pitch: With gentle, rolling hills featuring towering oak trees, native wildflowers, prickly pear cacti, and massive 50-foot cliffs above a flowing creek, Driftwood Golf and Ranch Club is Texas as you’ve always imagined it. Visit
Marketing Pitch: Don’t get caught with your pants down away from home, travel DUDE-style with our individually wrapped wipes to keep your DUDE parts fresh wherever you go. Visit
Marketing Pitch: A Private Club with Southern Hospitality. The Champions Retreat is the only club in the world featuring three individually designed courses by Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus. Visit
Marketing Pitch: Admiral is first and foremost a sportswear brand starting life in 1914 Britain. Throughout its history it has supplied multiple athletes and teams with the best products both on and off the field. Visit
Marketing Pitch: At DP World we have a heritage to be proud of, growing from a local port operator to a global trade enabler. From our beginnings in 1972 at Port Rashid in Dubai (UAE), we now have a team of over 50,000 people working at 150 operations around the world. Visit
Marketing Pitch: Backed by over 150 years of financial expertise, Marcus by Goldman Sachs was designed to help you make the most of your money. Visit
cbdMD (CBD Products)
Marketing Pitch: Provider of alternative options for those seeking a new outlook on everyday health wellness using CBD. Visit