Reveals Top Ten Promotional Golf Products For 2007

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Spend your branding dollars wisely as relevancy reigns when selecting golf tournament promotional giveaways.

Forget about passing out 2 inch tees because the size of the driver's club face has grown so large the smaller tees are now an irrelevant product.'s The Ideas Guru, A.K.A. Dale Lee Kirby, has released this year's top ten most relevant imprintable golf items. Golf promotional products represent one of the fastest growing segments in an almost $18.7 billion dollar industry.

"Company golf tournaments, sponsorships for great causes and just the overall climate to brand your company in the golf environment is extremely healthy," beams Ms. Kirby, a 20 handicapper and director of marketing for This year she selected the top ten most relevant custom imprinted golf products that truly have "legs" on and off the golf course. "Forget about passing out 2 inch tees because the size of the driver's club face has grown so large the smaller tees are now an irrelevant product."

Making the top ten golfer appreciated products list this year are the custom printed Ballzee ball cleaner simple to use and easily kept in a side pocket with no leakage. The customized Dri Mark golf kit for permanently marking your ball is a 'must have' in tournament play where in a foursome it is not unusual to have three people playing the same maker of a ball. Golfers will love the corporate logo trunk organizer where preparedness rules. You can now carry with you extra balls, tees, socks, wind shirts, rain pants, sandals, sun protection you name it, and be able to find it without holding up play. Logos on the cover of this product get plenty of branding ad space as the imprint area is a whopping 6 ¾" x 13 ½", enough to put more then one sponsor and leave a clean, lasting impression.

Check out the top ten promotional golf products and other relevant customizable golf merchandise.
"Work your brand on the golf course, but make sure you are spending wisely and keeping up with the new technological advances in the industry," adds Jeff Anderson sales manager at

Winner of the PPAI web award for marketing and branding in 2007, along with being listed in the Inc 500, features the largest online catalog of promotional products. Maintaining an extensive, low-priced, quality product line with a focus on personalized customer service, the company can be reached at 1-800-455-1350.

Promotional Products Association International released the results of its annual sales volume study, confirming that distributor sales of promotional products in 2006 increased 4.25 percent to $18,779,654,661--setting a new sales record for the industry.

The annual study was conducted exclusively for PPAI by Richard A. Nelson, Ph.D., at the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University, and Rick Ebel, principal of Glenrich Business Studies in Corvallis, Oregon.


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