144st Open champion travels with the leader in American made luggage
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – Club Glove® – The leader in premium American-made travel luggage, golf bags, club covers and accessories – is the luggage choice for the 2015 Open Championship winner.
Winning the second major of his career and his 12th Tour Victory, the champion won The Open in a four-hole playoff on Monday after a weekend filled with continuous weather delays at St. Andrews.
“When traveling home with such precious hardware as the Claret Jug, Champions prefer to keep their clubs and valuables protected by the most trusted golf travel luggage on the market” says Jeff Herold, President of Club Glove.
Traveling with TRS Ballistic luggage, The Open Champion was not the only golfer who traveled to St. Andrews with Club Glove luggage. Over 75% of the players at The Open trusted Club Glove to get their equipment and clubs to Scotland this past week, making it the most trusted luggage for traveling to major championships.
Club Glove is the undisputed number one pro and collegiate golf travel bag brand. Used by more Tour players than any other brand in golf, the Last Bag was named one of the sport’s top 10 innovations of the last 20 years by Golf Digest. Their latest innovation in luxury travel, TRS Ballistic luggage, is taking the luggage industry by storm.
For more information regarding Club Glove USA or to purchase products see www.clubglove.com or call (800) 736-4568. Get social with Club Glove USA on Facebook or Twitter.
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About West Coast Trends, Inc.
Based in Huntington Beach, CA, West Coast Trends Inc. was founded in 1990 and is the maker of both Club Glove and Scheyden Precision Eyewear, a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of premium luggage, golf travel bags, stand bags, club covers and accessories. Its products have been tested and approved by the world’s most demanding travelers, including pilots at all of the major airlines. The overwhelming choice of serious golfers, the company’s Club Glove® products are used by more than 75 percent of PGA and Champions Tour players, according to The Darrell Survey.