Whilst the recent Ashes coverage dominated the British newspapers overnight, one of the other great sporting events was taking place quietly just over the border in Scotland.
The 2013 Open Championship is possibly the most prestigious of the major golf championships, and with 1st place taking home £ 945 000, the competition will be as hot as ever.
With huge attendances and broadcast audiences, there is every reason corporate sponsors and golfing brands will want their logo around the course and on the winning players. But just which organisation, holds the greatest share in world golf?
An interesting case is Nike Golf’s situation. Having been synonymous with throughout Tiger Wood’s career, they have seen huge exposure from his dominance since the late 90’s. When they made a lucrative play on Rory McIlroy early this year, he has since struggled with their clubs, unable to match his previous performance he had whilst using his Titleist clubs last season.
Below you’ll find my analysis of the top golf club brands that have representatives in the top 50 rankings.