It‘s the nightmare of many travelling golfers: shortly after hitting the runway, the plane arrives at the gate. A swarm of busy airport employees start emptying the cargo bay even before the passengers can exit. Luggage is thrown from one employee to the next, roughly and carelessly, and one item even slips and falls on the tarmac. And that just so happens to be your golf bag.
With three recently awarded Golf Digest Hotlist Gold Badges for its premium series Vice PRO, PRO SOFT, and PRO PLUS, Team Vice Golf has the industry giants shaking in their boots. The team is bursting with confidence and founders Ingo and Rainer give a status quo update.
Vice Golfer Brendan McCarroll speaks about his Vice and why he never lost sight of the goal to play on the European and PGA Tour someday – even after many stages in his 13-year career.
Whether it’s your holiday snaps, your favourite team’s logo, your company logo or the name of your better half: Customized Vice Golf balls add a very personal touch to your own golf game.
Vice Golf’s newly formed partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA) is inspiring creative ideas to showcase the overlap between the two popular sports – recently put into play at a spectacular location in San Pedro, Los Angeles.
Colorful graffiti, the word “OPEN” in neon lights, and Latin music greet visitors to Cha Cha Chicken, giving off a beach vibe like you’d expect to find in Cuba.
The still lifeless spring morning sun sees the founder of Vice Golf standing in a thick jacket in Venice Skate Park. Only when the perfect subject is found, the jacket is discarded, a cool pose is struck, and the shots are in the bag.
In the California desert, which turns out to be bitingly cold in February, Ingo Duellmann and Rainer Stoeckl pose defiantly and self-confidently in front of the gigantic, commanding life-size dinosaurs which leave visitors looking on in awe and respect.
Now that the first frost has arrived and they’re switching over to the winter greens, it’s time we present our new Vice Beanies.
On the morning of December 12, 2017, the employees of Vice Golf’s founders and CEOs Ingo Düllmann and Rainer Stöckl stand on their new Munich office’s roof deck with a large cake. This day marks the five-year anniversary of the Munich golf ball startup that was the world’s first company to sell golf balls via direct distribution to golfers around the world – at considerably lower prices and with a dynamism and attention to detail that had never been seen before in golf.