The Marine infantryman still suffers from PTSD from his tour in Vietnam but credits LSD and MDMA with helping him “come home.” Now he’s on a mission to help other veterans.
Bob Parsons, the billionaire founder of GoDaddy Inc and PXG, traveled to Detroit to celebrate the grand opening of the company’s newest retail store in Troy, MI.
PXG is going back to its roots with its newest offering: GEN5 0311 flagship irons, hybrids and woods that cost almost $5,000 for a full bag of fitted clubs.
The Arizona-based company claims to have the thinnest faces in irons on the market with its fifth-generation offering.
After returning home from the Vietnam War, Bob realized he was not the same person as before and eventually became aware of his PTSD after years of struggling. During this podcast, Parsons talks about his personal experiences with psychedelic therapy to combat PTSD and heal his trauma. Parsons is currently working with MAPS to help… Continue reading
What was once done in secret and thought of as a dangerous drug, top doctors now say maybe the miracle treatment for mental health. Bob Parsons sits down at the Red Table to share his life-changing psychedelic journey.
PXG’s new 0211 Z golf clubs are designed specially for beginning golfers who want to hit the ball as high and straight as possible. And they use unique designs to achieve that performance.
The origin story of the PXG founder and billionaire philanthropist begins in the Quang Nam Province of Vietnam and continues to this day with a dedication to help others overcome PTSD.
PXG, GoDaddy and YAM Worldwide Founder Bob Parsons honors veterans every year in his U.S. Marine Corps Birthday Salute and has long made it a priority to give back to those who have sacrificed so much. To pay tribute to our nation’s finest and to commemorate both the 246th birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps… Continue reading