Golf News – April 20, 2020

Uther Spring 20 Golf Towel Release

TORONTO, ON – Uther, the original high fashion golf towel brand, has released its most exciting golf towel collection to date. The designs were created by over 15 artists to incorporate many different styles. Among the style elements that are used include water colors, geometric patterns, toile, vector designs and abstract art.

All towels see technical improvements such as a thicker fabric and double sided print. With the addition of the centre slit for tour towels, it now offers dual hanging capabilities for increased versatility.

Uther has put greater emphasis on its web experience with the new and improved site as well offering one and two day shipping in the U.S. After the retail success of being sold in over 1000 big box retail locations such as Dick’s Sporting Goods, Golf Galaxy and Golf Town, the online store will be the testing ground for all new products before they are released to the retail floor.

  • Uther introduces 20+ new product designs and has refreshed 10+ former designs.
  • Designs are a collection of diverse style element, i.e utilizing water colors, geometric patterns, toile, vector designs and abstract art.
  • Improved technical upgrades to the towel such as a thicker fabric, double sided print and for tour towels, in addition to to the top hanging loop, included is a centre slit for dual-hanging capabilities.
  • Upgraded website and now offering one and two day shipping within the U.S.

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Arcis Golf Is “All in” to Support Clubs Help

DALLAS, TX – Arcis Golf has pledged the support of its 61 clubs in 13 states, taking a significant leadership role in a new nationwide initiative, ClubsHELP.   

Formed less than a week ago during the national health crisis, ClubsHELP connects golf clubs with hospitals in their local areas.  Arcis Golf was among the first golf management companies to step up and access its extensive club network and key vendors to provide critically needed support to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

How does this new initiative work?

  • A member or the management of each Arcis club will take on the role of captain.
  • The club then ‘adopts’ or is matched with a local hospital.
  • Working cooperatively, the most pressing needs at the hospital are identified, then clubs, companies, and individual donors pitch in to gather, collect, and deliver the most necessary items and resources to be used by hospital workers.

At this time, the greatest needs are basic food items that can be consumed quickly, PPE supplies, UV lighting for sterilization of phones and keys, and delivery services.  Additionally, utilizing untapped commercial resources, raising money, or mobilizing a local delivery service are examples of ways that clubs are supporting local hospitals.

On an ongoing basis every Arcis property engages with its local community by donating rounds and amenities, holding tournaments and events that raise money for charities.  

In fact, it was based on Arcis Golf’s past working relationship with, and corporate-wide support of, the Els for Autism Foundation that Walker and Chief Marketing Officer Chris Crocker first became aware of the opportunity to utilize their clubs to support this new national program.  

Golf’s premier organizations, including the National Club Association, and Golf Writers Association of America, have pledged to get behind the ClubsHELP program and make a significant difference in local communities throughout the United States.  Additionally, the American Hospital Association (AHA) and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) have alerted their membership that golf clubs across the country are activating.

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