Photo Tour: Inside PXG’s new retail store in Chicago
Parsons Xtreme Golf, which started in Scottsdale, Arizona, has opened a new retail and fitting store in Northbrook, Illinois, about 25 miles outside of downtown Chicago.
Founder Bob Parsons, his wife Renee, PGA Tour staffers Zach Johnson, Billy Horschel, Charl Schwartzel, LPGA’s Gerina Piller, baseball legend Ozzie Guillen, current Chicago Bears NFL cornerback Kyle Fuller, and a number of other PXG Troops were on hand for the grand opening of the store on Thursday night.
Inside the store is PXG men’s and women’s golf apparel and accessories — including staff bags (around $675), golf shirts, t-shirts, ball markers, divot repair tools, towels, pullovers (around $275), hats ($35 and up), gloves and more, all made “in house” by PXG in Scottsdale — as well as walls stocked with putters, shafts and club heads. There’s a putting green, two fitting bays equipped with TrackMan, and a separate room with a build shop. While fitting appointments are available, they also accept walk-ins, according to the company.
GolfWRX was on site for the grand opening with a camera in-hand to give you the full tour. Here’s a few photos from the store below, but