The Golf Club - Your South Side Austin Golf Alternative

Customer service and attention to detail are often sacrificed on the altar of size when it comes to stores specializing in golf equipment and merchandise. The Golf Club in Austin, located two-miles south of the river on Lamar Boulevard, has also expanded its operation but hasn’t lost its personal approach along the way.

“We occupy more of a niche,” said owner John Rowsey. “We have a down home feel and offer a personal touch. We can provide that for the customers better than anyone.”

The Golf Club has been at its new location for a little over a year and a half and has been in business a total of four and a half years. The family owned and operated store doesn’t have trouble matching the selection offered by the boys. 

Working hand-in-hand with vendors and suppliers, store delivers the most up-to-date assortment of brand name golf equipment and merchandise the minute it hits market.

“When it comes out, we want to have the latest and greatest,” Rowsey said. The store carries almost every major manufacturer including Callaway, Ping, TaylorMade, Mizuno, Nike and Clevand. Customers can expect the lowest prices in town customized service.

Rowsey said that every set of irons can be customized a golfer’s specification, regardless of manufacturer.

“We’d prefer to personalize the clubs if you’re spending a good bit of money on a set of irons,” he stated. “It’s all part of the customer experience. It’s a hard enough game; why not go out there with confidence.”

Other services offered by the Golf Club include club repair, trade and sell options and a USGA handicapping service for only $30 a year that comes with a 10% discount equipment from most manufacturers.

The Golf Club can now be found online at www.teegolfclub.com. The Web site has taken the Austin operation national. But don’t worry; when your call is connected can still expect to receive the store’s usual personalized service and attention.

Stop in The Golf Club today and see for yourself why “Worth a Trip South of the River.”

 

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