Seamus Golf on Callaway Live

Akbar and Megan Chisti are Meticulous designers of golf head covers and accessories that are crafted to represent each individual golfer, their passion for the game, and their distinct style. This year at the US Open their crafted metal church pew bunkers bottle opener was the hottest item at the tournament gift shops. We are thrilled to welcome them to Callaway Live!

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Released on 9/15/2016

Transcript

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All right, Nate, Steven, we have Akbar and Megan on
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from Seamus Golf, and you know they make the
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coolest golf accessories anywhere on the planet!
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And I wanted to wow them a little bit
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with some of the stuff we could come up with as well.
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So you guys took the assignment, what do you go?
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Yeah, I got this amazing, I spent all weekend,
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this Egyptian cotton head cover.
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It's amazing!
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[Harry] Is that your sock?
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No!
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Steven, what do you got?
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OK Harry, hand forged, right here, ball marker.
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Is that a coaster Golf Pride sent us?
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No. Nate, come on.
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OK, everyone likes bag tags.
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Everyone likes custom bag tags.
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But how about with your picture on it?
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That's my Greg Maddux baseball card!
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What are you doing with that?
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Give me that.
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Come on Steven. Harry,
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everybody needs a bottle opener.
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But I'd say, that's a wrench
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from one of our golf clubs!
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What is wrong with you guys?
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You didn't do the assignment at all!
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This is embarrassing. Wait, time out.
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Don't you have a show to do?
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Oh!
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Live show, no script, what could possibly go wrong?
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(upbeat dance music)
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(applause)
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(yelling)
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Hey! Hey, hey!
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Did you like that head fake?
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It was like...
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I like that head fake.
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How are ya?
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Look at this crowd, what a crowd!
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Good to see you Nate!
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This is Callaway Live, I'm Harry Arnett.
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AJ's at the Xbar bar tonight.
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I love seeing you over there.
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I took over Amanda's spot. Yeah Amanda's out today.
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Her dad is recovering from some surgery,
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so shout out to Tony, hope you're feeling better.
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And we need Amanda back, not that you're not
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a good replacement. I'm not good enough?
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But you're not a good replacement, so,
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(laughing)
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This is a big week, this is a playoff week for the
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PGA tour!
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(whooping)
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And yeah, I know, exactly.
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[AJ] Sorry to keep bombarding your show,
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but do you know where they're playing
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in this tournament this week?
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No one can hear you 'cause you're not mic'd up,
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but that's OK.
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(laughing)
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That's your home course?
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That's your home course, that's AJ's home course,
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at Bethpage Black, just ask him.
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And you don't even have to.
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He'll tell you even if you don't ask him.
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(laughing)
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It's playoff week.
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This is also one of my favorite times
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at Callaway Live, as you guys know, we like to have
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really cool, sort of boutiquey brands
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from time to time on the show.
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We've had Johnnie-O on the show,
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if you remember last year.
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We had John Ashworth, he's not boutiquey,
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but he has Linksoul his company that he started.
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And tonight we have Seamus Golf, Akbar Chisti
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and his wife Megan are the owners of that brand.
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They're a really hot brand that's sorta
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in fine golf shops everywhere.
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And, we're looking at some other brands
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to maybe bring on.
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Here's some ones that we decided not to bring on.
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Just so you know, we don't just bring on anybody but
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here's the first one that we decided not to bring on.
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This is Slim Jim Golf Shafts.
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So we decided not to bring on Slim Jim Golf Shafts.
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(laughing)
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Totally edible, but when you unpeel 'em
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they look kinda gross so we decided not to do that.
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The other one, AJ remembers this, the other guys
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we signed on (mumbling) you can remember
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from last time on Callaway Live,
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these guys are actually going out of business.
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That's AJ Voelpel's These Clubs Are Totally Freaking Sick
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and I Can Beat Anyone With Them
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Extreme Long Island Power Golf.
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Decided not to have, you go to their website down there
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if you want which is www.theseclubsaretotally
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(mumbling) blah blah blah blah blah .com.
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And then the last one is more of a service.
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We decided not to have these guys on.
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You know like sometimes when you're out on the golf course
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and you maybe've had too much to drink
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and it gets a little bit late, and you get in trouble
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and your wife calls, maybe that's never happened to you guys
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but, and your wife calls and you're like totally baffled
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about what kind of excuse to give?
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This is a service that you can call, and it's right here.
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And that's Lochte's Golf Alibis.
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(laughing)
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To call...
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It's not too soon.
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(applauding)
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I heard a too soon over there like,
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no one's talking about that right now?
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So anyway, we have a great show.
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Thanks for being here, Akbar and Megan
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from Seamus Golf will be here, don't go anywhere
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we'll be right back with Akbar and (muttering).
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(applauding)
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(whooping)
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(upbeat dance music)
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Hank Haney here with 30 Seconds To Better,
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Callaway's new Steelhead XR Irons,
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with the next generation face cup technology
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are so incredibly long you're not gonna believe it.
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But sometimes you gotta take a little something
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off that shot, sometimes you gotta fight the ball
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down a little bit more, here's how you do it.
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You vary the length of your follow through.
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You wanna hit a 3/4 shot, a 3/4 follow through.
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Vary the length of your follow through,
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you'll vary your distance, and the trajectory of your shot.
04:56
(upbeat dance music)
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(applauding)
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All right, welcome back to Callaway Live!
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I'm Harry Arnett.
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Our guests tonight are two of my most favorite people
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in all of golf, they're really big friends of ours
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here at Callaway.
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Their brand Seamus Golf is, I'm gonna say it,
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it's sweeping the nation with how cool it is
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with their accessories and really
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interesting things that they do.
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You probably saw 'em at the US open, they were rated
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the number one
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voted product in the entire merchandise tent
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was from these two, Seamus Golf.
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So say hello to Akbar and Megan Chiste from Seamus Golf.
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(applauding)
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Here they are!
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Here they are!
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You get a hug, you get a hug, good to see you.
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Have a seat, come on. OK.
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All right.
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If you were to say to me, a list of a million things
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that you would wanna do in your life,
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I can promise you, not appearing on that list would be
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business partners with my wife.
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(laughing)
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So how did this happen?
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It was kind of an accident.
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You know my wife is a designer by trade,
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and she started making golf head covers
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for me and my buddies, and one of 'em happened to be
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a buyer at a shop, and that's kinda how it started going.
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But... So just free labor,
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making stuff for your friends.
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It was free labor and it was all fun until
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she quit her job, then we had to start
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Figuring it out Making,
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selling more head covers. Yeah.
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And you were actually, had a quote unquote real job as well.
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Yeah I was a CPA before that.
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Well that's not a real job, but I guess,
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It's kind of a job.
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So you had to go from looking at spreadsheets
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to looking at products. Yeah.
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And what was the first product that you guys made
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that you thought, let's try to sell this to somebody?
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So we started out with a fairway wood.
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And that, because at that time the drivers
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kept getting larger and larger and larger
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and we thought OK, if somebody's gonna buy
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a cover to put in their bag,
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you're attached to your driver.
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But you may have a couple woods or something
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that you'd maybe add an additional
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cover in, so we just started there and then we wanted to try
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a price point that we thought maybe the market could
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bring in A gazillion dollars?
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What was it? Oh well, initially
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we thought it'd be about $35 or something like that,
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but we just ended up raising it as we learned
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how much it costs to make stuff here.
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So everything's hand cut and sewn in Oregon
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where we make everything so it's a bit more
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than it would be overseas but we use premium Scottish wool
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and we use wool from the pacific northwest,
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and that's what makes it great 'cause we can make
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everything individualized, personalized.
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And custom.
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And custom, so everything's made one by one
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to a golfer's liking.
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And it's your style, right, I mean we don't let Akbar
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go anywhere near picking stuff out
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Yeah you would be surprised. I would be surprised.
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Yeah. (laughing)
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You would be surprised how bad it is!
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(laughing)
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Yeah, no, we work together a lot.
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We cry together, we laugh together a lot.
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Yeah. A lot happens
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in the workplace for sure.
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[Harry] Is it tough to be together all the time
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in a business venture?
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Probably for our employees, I would say.
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But it's different 'cause you know, often times
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you can't just walk up to your boss and tell 'em
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what you really think and, you know, we do.
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Can you tell that to a few of the people...
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(laughing)
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Yeah. Kind of the opposite
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of Callaway.
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So it's kinda nice in that respect but
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then we also kinda have our own...
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We don't really, I mean, one of us could be
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washing the dishes and the other one'll be like
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you know what, that embroidery file was messed up.
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You know, and so it doesn't really,
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it just kinda flows on and on.
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Yeah.
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But we enjoy it 'cause it's our passion, you know?
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Yeah. So how many years
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has this been now?
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It'll be five in October. I remember the first time
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I saw one of your products was exactly what you mentioned
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Megan was a three wood head cover.
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And golf, to us, aside from Callaway, of course,
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there's so many things that are kind of formulaic,
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and you've seen them before.
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I remember the first time I saw one of your head covers,
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I was actually up in Oregon at Bandon Dunes,
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and there's actually no point to this story,
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I just wanted everybody to know that I went to Bandon Dunes.
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(laughing)
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That's where I saw you last actually.
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Yeah.
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Is he at Bandon Dunes a lot?
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Seems like every time I ran into him.
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Yeah we try to get down once a month if we can.
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Yeah. Yeah.
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But I remember seeing the head cover and thinking
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wow this is really cool, this has an attention to detail
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that you're not really used to seeing,
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and the materials on it were, I'd never seen
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anything like that before.
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Yeah. Thank you.
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Yeah, no, thank you yeah.
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And Bandon Dunes is a great. You said that you
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did it all yourself and now I'm understanding that Megan...
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No problem, actually they don't let me cut
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fabrics any more at all, 'cause my attention to detail
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is not as good as theirs in that regard.
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We were laughing out on the range today.
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I said you guys have me at a weak point
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but come into the office and film him sewing a head cover.
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Yes.
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Exactly, we did, I think it was our very first ever
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couples fitting down at the ECPC today.
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So it was really nice, yeah. Yeah, it was fun.
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We had the tables laid out, you guys laid on top
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it was couples and massage at the same time.
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Yes.
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Did you guys enjoy that? It was fantastic.
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It was a lot of fun. And Garret down at the ECPC,
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not even a licensed massage therapist.
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But he was able to do that.
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(laughing)
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Sorry, I don't know if that got weird at all for you guys.
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No, no, he was good. Yeah.
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He was good. That's great.
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He has a light touch.
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The other thing I think that you guys have really
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become known for are these little specialty items
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that just kinda pop up outta nowhere which I think are,
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this year I mentioned it as I was intro-ing you guys,
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the number one rated thing in the whole merch tent was
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a church pew bunker
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bottle opener which I bought. Yeah.
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No we actually brought one for you guys' bar to use.
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What? Yeah.
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Those are all just props.
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Those are all just props. Well 'cause those are props
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and I think you guys don't ever use 'em,
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so this would be a great little gift for you guys.
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I gotta show this thing, let me see that.
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Right here. I don't know if
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you can get this, oh I get to go to you now Scottie,
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camera one, look at that!
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Check it out, Scott, right there Scott.
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You got it backwards. Oh I got it backwards.
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But yeah, that's the He's not a professional
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anyway, it doesn't matter.
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(laughing)
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[Akbar] We'll show them how to use it later too.
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[Harry] So there it is, you can see, that's church pews.
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Isn't that awesome?
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So cool. Yeah.
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It was $5000.
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(laughing)
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They were going on ebay for a lot more.
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Were they really? Yeah.
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That's awesome. They sold out
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early in the tournament so. When did you guys transition
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from not just doing head covers
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into doing other cool things?
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We met a blacksmith in Portland.
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So Portland is the hub of makers.
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So you can find saddle makers, all kinds of stuff.
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So we met a blacksmith and started actually working on
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pitchmark tools and ball marks and stuff like that.
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Started with pitchmark tools.
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But then just kind of evolved into this thing where
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now we're traveling all over the country
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stamping ball marks for a variety of events.
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So we've had the luck of doing it for the US Open,
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we've been out as far as Sea Island, and even at
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some higher profile celebrity tournaments and stuff too.
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Has it been as fun as you thought it might be?
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Getting in?
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It is, yeah. You had to pause
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a little bit there and you looked
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over at Akbar when you said that.
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I think neither of us really thought,
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you know, it was a hobby to start.
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So it's grown into much more than we,
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either of us anticipated, you know, and,
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on our bucket list was, let's get to a US Open
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and so we got there and it's like wow.
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What's next? Yeah.
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What's next on your list?
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Try not to mess it up for the most part.
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Yeah. It's been a lot of fun
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for me. That is our strategy here.
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Stay married. (laughing)
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We're trying to keep it outta the red for 2017, so.
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I say that sorta like the Hill Street Blues,
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the millennials won't get that reference at all but,
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instead of everyone be safe out there after every meeting,
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I say hey guys, let's not crash this one into the ocean.
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So it's a really good strategy.
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Yeah.
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Yeah. So are there any things
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that are on the horizon product wise
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that you guys are excited about that you wanna talk about
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or maybe not wanna talk about?
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We were thinking about taking some of your,
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you know, little mechanical tools to make 'em into
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bottle openers and stuff.
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The nice thing is, we, (laughing)
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we're able to make a lotta stuff there
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and because of that hub I think we'll continue
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to play around with a lotta stuff.
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But for the most part, anybody can appreciate
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ball mark or a head cover pouch, and so I think we'll
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continue with that. We like to take our time,
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I guess, we don't, just because the PGA show's in January,
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if it's not ready we're not gonna bring it, so,
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we do try to really, really think and work out
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all the kinks before we get there.
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Yeah. So.
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I told you I have a friend I sent this to Akbar last week
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when we were announcing the show and a friend of mine
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said oh, I'm gonna check them out.
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And then he sent me a text right after like,
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I spent $300 on their website.
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(laughing)
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You get this rabbit hole of, I need that, I need that,
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I need this, I need that!
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Yeah, well, that wasn't intentional, but like,
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it's just kind of, it's been really cool to see people
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that are embracing it in that way.
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I mean, you can mix your head covers
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to what your liking is, we have like
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over 300 different tartans
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that people can get into and stuff, so,
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it's been pretty fun that way for sure.
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I wanna talk about some of those items.
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I also wanna talk about some of the items that
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we uncovered that you guys decided not to launch.
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When we come back right after this.
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Stay with us. OK.
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(applauding)
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(upbeat dance music)
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I'm Henrik Stenson, and I'm surprising some golfers today
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with the XR16 Ambush.
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(screeching)
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What is this?
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Looks like one of those tour pro hidden camera
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ambush things.
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Hi guys, are you playing the new XR16 from Callaway?
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Course we are.
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Callaway worked with the experts at Boeing
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to create their most aerodynamic shape.
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It's got increased MOI and a
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lower deeper center of gravity.
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It's where forgiveness meets fast.
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You guys need anything from the snack shop?
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I'd love a hot dog please.
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[Henrik] Got it.
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Wonder if he likes onions on that.
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Ah, let's just stick with the mustard.
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(upbeat dance music)
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Welcome back Callaway Live!
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Here with Akbar and Megan from Seamus Golf.
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Was there ever anything that Akbar brought to you
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that's like, I think we should do this,
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and you're like, absolutely not, we're not doing that.
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Many.
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(laughing)
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It works both ways 'cause I come at it from more of a
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construction and a quality perspective but he's also
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our key consumer.
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Like he is our golfer, so if he doesn't like it,
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it's usually a pretty good indication of...
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What I'm hearing is he eats up all your profits
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by stealing all of your samples for himself.
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Yes we definitely are, yeah, taking care of
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any sort of samples that have been overrun
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or are ending up in my golf bag for sure.
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Do you have a favorite item right now that
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is in your bag or in your office or anything?
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Yeah, you know, I always love our ball marks and stuff,
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but the pouches are really where it's at for me
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'cause I like to put my stuff in there
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and organize 'em which is really weird.
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I have a pouch for my tees, which, you don't wanna have.
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Lotta interesting stuff, being in Oregon, I bet,
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goes in that pouch.
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There are some design inspirations that we don't exactly
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call out on our website.
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But our demographic has some needs, so.
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Yeah.
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(laughing)
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I like that, our demographic has some needs.
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What other kinda artisans are you guys excited about
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working with up there?
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Is there some people that you're thinking about
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collaborating with on the horizon?
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Yeah there's a bag maker.
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We've been working on a golf bag, we launched a little
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half set carry bag which was received really well
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and sold out so there's a couple other bag makers
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that we'd like to collaborate.
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I mean we have a hub of stuff like, I mean we play around
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with random things all the time but,
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we'll see, I mean, I think this holiday'll be a great
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test for some of that. Well we know from
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following you guys, a few of the things that you guys
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launched that didn't do so well, which I know,
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that you guys have had so many hits but occasionally
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you come out with some ones that are kinda clunkers.
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So we thought to keep you guys humble,
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we'll show the audience and the folks watching at home
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some of those items today if you guys are cool with that.
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Sure.
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Yeah. So here's the first one.
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Let's go back to the original.
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Well here they are, you guys actually got started
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in your garage, so here's the original garage.
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Oh there they are.
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(laughing)
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[Akbar] Seamus Shoeing.
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[Harry] I don't know it was like
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turn of the century stuff there.
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[Akbar] Oh my God.
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[Harry] There's the first thing they decided
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not to come out with and I don't know why
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this one didn't work but, this was a hand forged
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men's boxers. Yeah.
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[Harry] I don't know why that didn't.
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(laughing)
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Is there a comfort issue with that maybe?
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Rust. Yeah some rust.
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(laughing)
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Gets a little hot there.
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All right, here's the next one was your
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handmade tartan bridesmaid dresses.
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Oh. Oh wow.
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[Harry] I'm shocked that that didn't go over very well.
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Megan were you surprised that you guys
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didn't sell any. That was her idea.
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(laughing)
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Look how happy they look. Warm in the summertime.
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[Harry] Right a little warm.
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And here's the Seamus truvis golf ball.
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Can we do this? Yeah!
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This one didn't go over very well,
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it was hard to print those.
18:06
[Akbar] The Royal Stewart, yeah.
18:07
And there's the one actually,
18:08
I was shocked that this one didn't go over very well.
18:10
This was the Seamus baby covers.
18:12
(laughing)
18:14
That's actually Kiersten Everett's baby, Baby O.
18:17
Look at her in there, she looks happy.
18:18
I like the label that you got here.
18:19
Yeah Seamus Baby Covers in there.
18:20
(laughing)
18:22
I love that about you guys, that you guys are willing
18:26
to try some things that are a little off beat.
18:28
I think that's a major part of your brand.
18:30
Thank you, thank you yeah.
18:32
It's been a lot of fun to be able to try different stuff.
18:34
'Cause we make everything one by one,
18:36
it allows us to do that so.
18:38
But thank you for the support there for sure.
18:40
Yeah, and how much travel are you doing these days?
18:45
It turns out to be about every week or so
18:48
there's an event somewhere going on
18:51
that I've been trying to go to so,
18:53
but we have a couple other people working with us now
18:54
so that's been nice to spread that out a little bit.
18:56
Scaling up, you guys got a family and kids.
18:58
I remember the last time I talked to you
19:00
you had a funny story that you shared with me about
19:03
trying to get an order out, Megan's in the closet
19:06
trying to keep it down to not wake the baby up
19:09
sewing a bunch of She actually was,
19:11
so yeah we have a three and a half year old
19:15
but we got published into Golf Digest right around the time
19:18
when we got started and it was really just
19:20
Megan sewing at that time and yeah she was sewing
19:23
all the way up until the day she gave birth.
19:26
But also after that.
19:28
Yeah, before we started in our garage,
19:30
we were in our kitchen and our dining room,
19:33
and then we had to kinda move out to the garage.
19:36
And I had a walk-in closet that, once the baby was
19:38
able to crawl, I could at least shove everything in there
19:41
and shut the door. (laughing)
19:43
[Harry] Including the baby?
19:44
(laughing)
19:46
Sewing machine.
19:47
[Harry] So has Seamus products just totally infiltrated
19:50
your entire house now?
19:52
Pretty much? Yeah.
19:53
I mean, it's all over the place.
19:55
It was a lot more so when we had it in the kitchen
19:57
cutting on the kitchen table and stuff like that.
20:00
But for sure I mean, we're using head covers
20:03
as koozies and things like that.
20:05
(laughing)
20:07
Baby swaddles.
20:08
Baby swaddles! Tartan curtains, you know?
20:10
Yeah.
20:11
All that good stuff. Bedspreads.
20:13
Yes. Slippers.
20:14
We can go on and on, should we?
20:16
Should we keep going?
20:18
Well we really appreciate you guys being here
20:19
we know that with the business you guys run
20:21
it's tough to get away, and I know,
20:24
where can we find you guys?
20:25
I know golf shops, where else?
20:27
Yeah golf shops, we have a website too.
20:30
But yeah, it's mainly a lot of the
20:32
higher end destination resorts around
20:35
that have been pretty good so.
20:36
That's seamusgolf.com? Yeah.
20:38
We'll go check that out. Yeah.
20:39
And best of luck to you guys.
20:40
We need to come do a, maybe we'll come do a show
20:43
in your living room. Site visit.
20:44
Yeah. Site visit.
20:45
We really appreciate it. Thank you so much.
20:47
Thanks Akbar. Yeah.
20:48
Thanks Megan, that's Akbar and Megan!
20:50
From Seamus Golf!
20:52
(cheering)
20:53
Thank you.
20:54
Guess what we have next?
20:55
On Callaway Live?
21:01
My man, Greg Maddux on next, Callway Live.
21:03
Thursday, I'm gonna wear this.
21:06
Thanks for being here, we appreciate it.
21:07
We'll see everybody.
21:10
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