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July 8,2013 - thegolfwire.com
Golf's original and best microfiber towel preferred by top players worldwide
Trusting the popular Red model, the champion captured his fifth PGA Tour title with a three shot victory at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD. Favored by the game's elite, the Caddy Towel ($19.95) features a contoured surface that is strong enough to remove dirt and debris from the club face or sunblock from a golfer's hands, yet gentle enough to safely clean eyeglasses.
"The best players in the world recognize the superiority of our Caddy Towel compared to imitations," says company founder Jeff Herold. "Each week, more and more top-level competitors trust it to ensure their equipment and hands remain clean, dry and ready for action."
Featuring more than 5 million yards of microfiber strands, each towel can hold 300 percent of its weight in water. Easily distinguishable at all Tour events by its waffle texture and contrasting stitched trim, the pro-sized Caddy Towel is available in a tandem package with a Pocket Towel that comes as a gift with purchase. A $10 value, the Pocket Towel measures 8"x12" and is perfectly unobtrusive in a back pocket. Club Glove also offers a customizable 16"x24" Cart Towel, available for corporate sales and limited-edition USA Caddy Towel that's perfect to showcase your patriotism every time you step on the course.
Golf's original and best microfiber towel was introduced in 2006 and rapidly gained a loyal following among players who favored its ultra-lightweight, super absorbent and virtually lint free design. The Caddy Towel is vastly preferred over all competitors by thousands of the finest public and private facilities nationwide, including Sports Authority, Dick's Sporting Goods, Golf Galaxy, Golfsmith, PGA Tour Superstores, Edwin Watts, Academy Sports and Worldwide Golf.
The No. 1 golf travel bag brand at all PGA and Champions Tour events as confirmed by Darrell Survey, Club Glove is preferred by 90 percent of PGA Tour Players. Selected by six U.S. Ryder Cup teams, the company's high-end, Made-in-the-USA golf bags have been a fixture at green grass and off course shops for nearly a decade and are available in stand, cart and Sunday versions. The famed Last Bag was honored by Golf World magazine as one of the game's "10 Best Innovations," recognizing its extreme durability and practicality.