Stand bag inspired by Parsons himself

The new brown Fairway Camo.

THE founder of the billion-dollar GoDaddy company, Bob Parsons, is best known for his entrepreneurial and philanthropic doings.

He sits on the GoDaddy Board of Directors and is also the chief executive officer and founder of Yam Worldwide, which is the umbrella organisation of his entrepreneurial ventures in the fields of motorcycles, real estate, marketing, innovation and philanthropy, and is also passionate about golf. Thus, it comes as no surprise that golf also features on Parsons’ list of business interests – the ever-growing PXG Golf to be more precise.

With this, PXG have recently launched their new lightweight Fairway Camo stand bag that was inspired by Parsons’ time as a US Marine. The Vietnam veteran is a recipient of a Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.

And as Parsons is hands-on involved in the design of PXG’s product lines from start to finish, you can see why these Fairway Camo bags stand out from the rest with a camouflage look and design.

Built lightweight for versatility, these stand bags are also splash proof to keep your clubs and belongings dry in the wet. They are also constructed with five pockets to store valuables, shoes, golf balls and other golf accessories, and include an insulated bottle compartment to keep your drink cool in the scorching heat.

The Fairway Camo stand bag also comes with a double strap for equal weight distribution on both of your shoulders when walking the golf course.

The bags are available in two colours – medium grey and brown – and come with a suggested retail price of RM1,690.

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