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Almost a decade ago, Bridgestone Golf burst onto the scene and dramatically changed the footprint of the industry.  Between solid core technology and golf ball design that is brought forth by consumer testing, the brand has grown by leaps and bounds over the last eight or so years.

To better understand where the brand came from and why it came to be, THP TV had a chance to speak with Corey Consuegra about the history of Bridgestone Golf and where the line is headed.

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Josh is the Publisher of The Hackers Paradise and co-founder of THP Media with his wife Morgan Babbitt. Together they share a passion for golf, and they travel the country along with their two dogs in the THP Tour Van bringing their love and knowledge of the game to golfers everywhere.

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  1. Freddie Kong says:

    They skyrocketed to the top of the ball market. I really enjoyed the Precept ball when it was out. Very durable and had some good spin.
    I’m glad to see Bridgestone golf doing so well.

  2. dcbrad says:

    It was cool to see some of the history behind the brand. You can’t deny that they put out one of the best balls in the market. Their clubs aren’t too shabby either!

  3. Michael Dean says:

    Love finding out more about my sponsor! While the balls can be found anywhere, I would love to have their clubs more readily available to consumers. Giving people to try out these amazing club offerings I would think would help them grow from an equipment standpoint along with the success of the balls

  4. Cookie says:

    This was a great interview showing where Bridgestone has came from. Their climb in the ball usage is staggering, both on tour and off. They make very very solid golf clubs that are finding their way into more bags every day – that number will only continue to climb as they get into more brick & mortar stores.

  5. War Eagle says:

    Very good interview. Ton of history for the brand that has climb to the top of many equipment categories.

  6. Howzat says:

    It seems Corey and everyone with Bridgestone I have met has this infectious enthusiasm and passion for the game and what they are doing. It may take a little time but I have no doubt they will be #1 eventually.

  7. TheDue says:

    Solid interview on a great company. Made their way to #2 ball in a hurry and still gaining ground, but #1 ball by my standards.

  8. W Ruther says:

    I STILL HAVE A DOZEN ALTUS PRO 318 GOLF BALLS (LARGE). HOW OLD ARE THEY? WHAT WAS THEIR ORIGINAL PRICE?

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