Bridgestone Golf

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Bridgestone Golf
Subsidiary
Genre Golf
Founded 1931
Headquarters Covington, Georgia, United States
Products golf products
Owner Bridgestone Sports Ltd
Website www.bridgestonegolf.com

Bridgestone Golf is a subsidiary of Bridgestone Sports Ltd, and is based in Covington, Georgia, United States. Bridgestone designs and manufactures a full range of golf equipment, including golf balls, clubs and accessories, utilizing both the Bridgestone and Precept brand names.

History[edit]

Parent company Bridgestone was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi and first produced golf balls in 1935. It was not until 1972 that the company's involvement in golf expanded into the manufacture of clubs.[1]

Products[edit]

Bridgestone makes numerous different kinds of balls, their main lines being the B-Series Tour Ball (B330, B330-S, B330-RX, B330-RXS), the e-Series (e5, e6, e7) and the Lady Precept. Other models include the Treosoft, X-Fixx and Extra-Soft. Bridgestone also manufactures golf clubs, the current range being the J15 series. This includes 5 models of Irons (J15MB, J15CB, J15DF, J15DPF and J15Cast), the J15 Forged Wedges (Satin or Black Oxide finishes), the J715 Driver, Fairway Woods and Hybrids, as well as the Limited Edition J815 Driver.

Sponsorship deals[edit]

Bridgestone Golf has deals with many professional golfers who use and endorse their products, including 1992 Masters champion Fred Couples and Matt Kuchar. In April 2016 Bryson DeChambeau was added to Bridgestone's lineup of Tour players.

PGA, Web.com and Champions Tour

LPGA Tour

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