At the Arizona State Capitol, Governor Doug Ducey announced a $3.6 million grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation to the 100 Club of Arizona. The funding will be spread over a three-year period to help further the organization’s mission of supporting first responders and their families who have experienced trauma and loss in… Continue reading
PXG’s latest golf club offering is a major departure – both in price point and looks. PXG founder Bob Parsons said his research and development team had been looking at the possibility of creating a less expensive line of clubs for about three years. What really pushed the effort forward was last year’s release of… Continue reading
From its inception, Parsons Xtreme Golf has essentially lived by a “go big or go home” mindset, producing golf clubs in unique ways and pricing them accordingly. It’s latest Gen2 putter line is no different. The new line boasts eight head types: the Closer, Lucky “D,” Brandon, Mustang, Bat Attack, Mini Gunboat, Gunboat, and Operator.… Continue reading
The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation has given a $1.1 million grant to UMOM New Day Centers to facilitate housing for homeless families. The grant will fund the new program to provide greater support to families emerging from homelessness by placing them into housing at a much quicker pace than previous programs.
There were several reasons for the price drop in PXG’s new club line, but the biggest factor is scale. Now with five years under its belt in a competitive marketplace, billionaire owner Bob Parsons says Parsons Xtreme Golf is at the point where it’s able to strike more deals, reduce manufacturing costs and pass along… Continue reading
Bob Parsons is the founder and owner of Parsons Xtreme Golf (PXG); he’s also a billionaire entrepreneur, the founder of GoDaddy.com, a Marine and … now he’s a golf club designer, too? Well, maybe not exactly, but he did spark the idea for PXG’s new Gen2 driver technology, according to himself and the company.
Many of today’s military and veteran families face health, housing, financial and related issues, but a $100,000 grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation will help more of them gain access to the critical resources and support systems they need to emerge stronger.
Bob Parsons is happy running 14 different businesses–but not 15. Last month, Parsons resigned from the board of GoDaddy, the web hosting company he founded 21 years ago, to focus on his other ventures. The billionaire and 12-time Inc. 5000 honoree now oversees businesses in industries ranging from sports and advertising to music and video production.