T.J. Auclair is a Senior Interactive Producer for PGA.com and has covered professional golf since 1998, traveling to over 60 major championships. You can follow him on Twitter, @tjauclair.
Stitch Golf: Head covers that are all about the details
One of the coolest accessories going these days that can add instant spice to your golf bag and leave your playing partners envious are head covers.
There are many great head cover-makers out there -- some have been covered in this space. This time, we bring you Stitch Golf, makers of beautiful American-made, 100 percent leather and knit head covers. All head covers are handcrafted by skilled leather workers in North Carolina.
Stitch was founded by Steve Pena and Charlie Burgwyn -- a PGA Professional and former designer for Callaway Golf -- in 2012 and is the product of their mutual passion for golf, fashion and functional beauty. The name itself was born from the labor of love that goes into producing each head cover -- the stitching.
As you've probably noticed, the trend in golf bags in recent years has been to go smaller -- stand bags, or any kind of lightweight bag, really. Stitch recognizes this and its head covers are designed with a slimmer fit in mind.
With a variety of color schemes to choose from -- and styles inspired by classic lines of 1950s roadsters and gallant keelboats -- you'll have no problem finding the perfect Stitch head covers to match your bag. Stitch has created custom covers for many major events across the country. The company recently finished custom covers for Presidents Bush, Clinton and Obama.
Stitch head covers are available in 500 green grass locations across the country, including most of the top 100 courses, as well as many top retailers. Overseas, Stitch has distributors in Japan, Canada, Germany, Switzerland and Austria, with more on the way including the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Korea.
Stitch head covers retail from $29.99 to $54.99 for individual covers and $99.99 to $184.99 for sets.
To see all that Stitch has to offer, visit www.stitchgolf.com.
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