SEAMUS GOLF has been honored with the Editors’ Choice Award for Best Golf Headcovers 2016. SEAMUS GOLF headcovers were the top choice by editors of Golf Digest. The Editors’ Choice Award is part of a first-ever program by Golf Digest that represents the best things in golf.
“As a small business that started with out of a garage just 5 years ago, we are thrilled to receive this honor,” said Akbar Chisti, president and co-founder of SEAMUS GOLF “We’re grateful that our headcovers have been so well received around the world and we look forward to continuing to introduce new designs, collaborations and expand our exciting product offerings for our customers.”
SEAMUS GOLF is best known for its unique golf headcovers made from premium fabrics including tartan wool, Harris Tweed and Pendleton wool. Each headcover is hand cut and sewn in Oregon. The company has expanded its offerings to include a variety of golf accessories, including the popular Hand Forged™ line that includes ball marks, bag tags and pitch mark tools, which are made by a second-generation blacksmith in Portland, Oregon. Seamus Golf has also collaborated with some of the world’s top brands including Nike, Mossy Oak, BMW, Rolex on limited edition projects. Seamus Golf was also an official vendor at the U.S. Open Chambers Bay in 2015 and designed one of a kind, commemorative souvenirs for the event.
SEAMUS GOLF was founded when married couple Megan and Akbar Chisti combined Akbar's desire for traditional yet functional tartan head covers inspired from European golf courses, with Megan's experience in design, sewing, woolen products, and her precise attention to detail. They produced a few prototype head covers with tartan wools and bright, durable fleece linings for Akbar and his friends to use while golfing together. As the result was functional, unique, and beautiful, they knew they were on to something. The company continues to innovate, collaborate and introduce new ways to add stylish functionality to a player's rounds of golf.
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