The Antigua Group, Inc. is a leading designer and marketer of men's, women's and children's lifestyle apparel and sportswear under the distinctive Antigua label. In 2009, Antigua celebrated its 30th Anniversary serving the apparel needs of the Golf, Licensed Sports, Corporate and identity Specialty Retail markets.
With its roots in the golf market, Antigua has built a solid reputation with numerous tournaments and tour professionals. The Antigua Team on Tour consists of several PGA, LPGA, Senior PGA and other nationwide touring professionals. It has become the apparel of choice for numerous PGA, Senior PGA and LPGA tournaments. Antigua is one of a select group of companies invited to participate in the exclusive PGA Retirement Plus Program. The company's understanding of, and commitment to, the special needs of the golf market has resulted in the development of an event services division within the customer services department. Like everything the company does, the Antigua standard of customer service is developed with an understanding of company's roots and a clear vision of its future.
Antigua currently holds licenses with major professional sports leagues; including the NBA, Arena Football, Af2, MLB, Minor League Baseball, NHL and hundreds of colleges and universities. The company's merchandise, attractive and upscale, can be found in team shops and at major sporting events such as the Major League Baseball All Star Game and The NBA All Star Game. Major retailers count on Antigua to provide national coverage while ensuring local markets are supplied with merchandise for the teams specific to each region.
As the company grows and expands it is clear that one thing never changes at Antigua, its commitment to exceptional product quality and unparalleled customer service. With those ideals firmly engrained in all its employees and associates, the Antigua vision has been crafted to effectively meet the challenges and maximize the opportunities of a bright and exciting future.
Antigua – When the Sport Is Everything.™
We take pride in being the best in the industry. Whether it's rushing an order or answering questions on our technical product line, our customer service team is here to support our customers and rep force in any situation that may arise.
Hours: 6:30am to 5:00pm MST (Mon-Fri)
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Whether it is a large TOUR event, meeting, celebrity charity pro-am or member-guest at your local golf club we handle it from start to finish. Antigua's unique Event Services Department, with its experienced staff, handles hundreds of tournament orders throughout the year. We can help from the initial planning to the wrap up of your event. Antigua's Events Department is the best in the industry.
Antigua's Event Services Department Offers:
• Specialized tournament department
• Tournament discount pricing available
• Event matchables in shirts and outerwear
• Guaranteed 24 hour turn on additions
• Tournament packaging available
• Logo swatches sent for customer approval
• Statistical size runs
• 10% overage held to allow for last minute changes
• Pro-Am gifts, retail merchandise, corporate hospitality, sponsors, volunteers, marshalls, operations and volunteer apparel available
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In 2011, the Phoenix Thunderbirds raised over $4 million for local charities. The Phoenix Thunderbirds have been an integral part of the Valley of the Sun since 1937. Although, best known as the host organization for the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the group is equally proud of its contribution to charity. In 1986 Thunderbirds Charities was established for the purpose of distributing money to charitable causes. Funds are raised through the Waste Management Phoenix Open and direct gifts to Thunderbirds Charities.
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Ping started off in 1959 as a one-man operation making putters in a garage. Today, it is one of the most recognized names in golf equipment, with a product line that includes clubs, clothing, gloves and bags. Ping innovations like perimeter weighting, heat-treated clubheads and color coding of lie and loft are now considered the standard and used by manufacturers throughout the golf industry.
In 1959, a General Electric engineer named Karsten Solheim was dissatisfied with the putters available on the market. He designed a new one in his garage, calling it the "Ping 1A" because of the sound the metal blade made when it contacted the ball. The Ping putter's head was weighted at the heel and toe, which created a larger sweet spot in the middle of the clubface.
Demand for Solheim's new design increased during the early part of the 1960s, spurred on in part by John Barnum winning the 1962 Cajun Classic with a Ping putter and a subsequent "Sports Illustrated" article. In 1966, Solheim developed the Anser putter, which has been used in more than 500 PGA Tour victories. Solheim quit his job at General Electric in 1967 to create the Karsten Manufacturing Corporation in Phoenix, Arizona.
Hamilton High School
Hamilton High School , established in 1998 is a four-year (grades 9-12) comprehensive high school located in the southeastern part of the City of Chandler, Arizona. The school follows a district-wide modified year round calendar. Hamilton High School offers outstanding curriculum, comprehensive fine arts and athletics programs, and a wide variety of extra curricular activities. State of the art technology enhances students’ learning, presentation, and research capabilities. Students at Hamilton High School are expected to make use of an array of technological tools to enhance their learning. Computer labs are available and allow students to develop their own interactive presentations using sound, video, animation, graphics and texts. In keeping with the school’s philosophy, an integrated curriculum is a primary goal.