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Nike Extreme Sport IV Club Carry Bag
- Bag holds virtually everything you need for a round of golf
- 8-way, 3-full-length divider system for the clubs
- Multiple pockets with 6 zip closures
- Water-resistant, fleece-lined valuables pocket
- Full-length apparel pocket
- Mesh water-bottle pocket
- Revolving double-strap system for easy carrying
- Ventilated mesh back pad
- Dimensions: 10"x11"x35"
- Choice of one dozen golf balls:
- 20X1-X balls are better for distance shots
- 20X1-S balls are better for shots that require excellent spin control
- All golf balls feature resin core and steep spin slope
In the 1950s, nationally respected track and field coach Bill Bowerman experimented endlessly to find competitive edges for his athletes at the University of Oregon. When footwear companies ignored his innovations, he began to cobble shoes on his own. Soon one of his runners, Phil Knight, joined his efforts, and their first label, Blue Ribbon Sports, was born. Through the 1960s, the brand steadily gained popularity until they were able to upgrade from selling the shoes out of the back of a Plymouth to opening their first retail store in Santa Monica.
A short time later, they changed their company’s name to Nike and adopted the legendary “Swoosh” insignia, replacing their former logo of a man running away from a diving falcon. One of the earliest pairs of Nike shoes gained fame thanks to waffle-style traction nubs on the outsole, an innovation inspired by Bowerman’s waffle iron; today, almost all running shoes use this design. With this and other performance-enhancing designs, as well as endorsements from the greatest athletes of the day, Nike separated itself from competitors.