Celebrating 100 years in golf
To most of the world, the sport of golf is older than the sport of baseball. But that was not the case for a firm in Louisville, Kentucky, called Hillerich & Bradsby Co. The Hillerich family turned the first world-famous Louisville Slugger baseball bat in 1884. It would be over 30 years before a golf club found its way into that small wood turning shop. John A. “Bud” Hillerich, who was 17 years old when he turned the first Louisville Slugger, knew he had a winner in baseball. From that day in 1884, young Hillerich built the family company into the number-one bat producer in the world.
Old School Cool
Powerbilt Vintage Headcovers
These vintage headcovers are instant bestsellers! Faux leather construction combined with retro racing stripes protects your clubs with an old-school cool look. Special Edition Powerbilt charcoal headcovers feature driver, #3/5 fairway woods, H hybrid, and blade and mallet head covers.