Golf brands as car brands
I have a theory that golf manufacturers have a car equivalent. Let me know if you think I have this all wrong
* Taylormade /BMW - futuristic, urban look, fast, loud, youthful, always pushing the rules, doesn't indicate on the road, likely to be the one hitting up on a slow group
* Callaway/ Mercedes Benz - thinks he's understated but is actually brash, very very loud, will always have a bet on a game, wants to beat TM/BMW more than anything, kind of old school, brawny.
*Titleist /Audi - waaaaay too technical for most people, needs another person to set it up for you, sort of restrained, nerdy. Fast but not the fastest. Probably in IT. Will know every rule. Shouts 'one' if you fluff a shot and miss the ball.
* Mizuno/Lexus - Smooth and refined, not well known but those who know know. Likey to be the one holding your four ball group together down the back nine.
* Ping/GM - one of the OG's, heyday referenced all the time in marketing, more niche than they'd like to admit, makes some great stuff. Probably has manicured facial hair.
* Wilson/Ford - the other OG. Has a small resurgence but nothing like yesteryear. Perfectly good stuff that deserves more credit. Beer gut and 2 day old beard because he works nights.
*Cleveland/Toyota - Reliable, always turns up for the tee time, texts you back, actually buys a round at the 19th. Surprisingly fast and nimble, won more than a few championship games. The sensible option. Has a 'leave pass' from the wife.
* Cobra/Alfa Romeo - Flashy, loud and quirky. Colourful and noisy. New product is either a total flop or a runaway success. When they get it right look out! Group chat lit.
* PXG/Ferrari - The rich guy. Uses 10% of the performance, parks up so you can see the sun glinting off high gloss paint. Nobody in their right mind would pay retail for their stuff. Would definitely hit on your wife.