November 25, 2020

Episode 45

On this episode, Sugar Golf. Sugar Golf has spent their nights, weekends, and savings building a company focused on bringing the most value to the golf community. They stripped out all the fluff, Tour sponsorships, overzealous branding, traditional packaging, retail partners, and extra shipping costs. What has emerged is a premium golf ball with a urethane cover and three-piece construction, delivered to customers via 2-day shipping in a convenient bulk mailer containing 27 balls for a straight-forward price of $69 and for a limited-time GrippingGolf listeners can save $5 using the GRIP2020, just go to sugar.golf.

Sugar Golf

Island Par 3s … that’s where this story begins. In a scenario every experienced golfer knows well, Sugar Golf constantly found themselves reaching for the worst ball in our bag when they encountered a pond, lake, or fairway stream. They love playing with quality golf balls, but their hearts and pockets would ache when they, all too often, chunked a high-end ball into the drink.

They began to ask themselves why their favorite brands — you know the ones — charge them a fortune, then go on to pay Tour players millions to wear their apparel. What if they passed those profits on to the golfer and sold a quality golf ball that wasn’t priced as a luxury item? What if they could afford to attack every green with the confidence and consistency only a quality ball provides?

They hit the drawing board and spent their nights, weekends, and savings building a company focused on bringing the most value to the golf community. They stripped out all the fluff that golfers typically encounter with their competitors — Tour sponsorships, overzealous branding, traditional packaging, retail partners, and price padding on shipping costs.

What emerged was a premium golf ball with a urethane cover and three-piece construction, delivered to customers via 2-day shipping in a convenient bulk mailer containing 27 balls for a straight-forward price of $69.

At last, a premium golf ball that they can afford to play and afford to lose.

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