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.
We´re starting 2019 with great news and even more savings potential when ordering Vice Golf balls. With Mix & Match you will get the best ball price, if your order adds up to five dozen, no matter how you combine models and colors – and more money is left for other vices.
When the VP of Partnership at the National Basketball Association (NBA) approached our team at Vice Golf last year, we were pumped. Just recently, an opportunity opened up to collaborate and the NBA was looking for a brand that is young, energetic and cool, namely Vice Golf.
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.
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.
In order to offer golfers a secure and comfortable grip in any weather conditions, we decided to produce an all-weather glove, our new VICE DURO, to add to our current glove selection of the high-quality lamb-leather glove VICE PURE. From the sketch to the finished product, we paid close attention to numerous details and improved aspects that we did not like in existing models.
Mark Timberlake is one of Germany´s best greenkeepers. Inspired by greenkeeper legend Jim Arthur, Mark and his team make sure every morning that greens are fast and honest which results in a regular chorus of praise – as well as four-putts and frustration.
We met Daniel Schmieding on a nice and cozy summer day at his office in a suburb of Munich, surrounded by lab coats and surgical instruments.