Published: 03/05/2024

Categories: News, PXG Apparel, PXG Clubs

PXG Expands its Global Footprint, Creating Easy Access to Award-Winning Golf Clubs and Top-Quality Apparel for Golf and Fashion Enthusiasts in Japan

TOKYO, Japan – (February XX, 2024) –PXG, a global research and development company dedicated to creating the world’s finest golf equipment and apparel, announced the opening of its first flagship location in Japan. A premier golf destination, PXG Aoyama will support custom club fittings for PXG® golf equipment and a top-quality apparel and accessory shopping experience for golf and fashion enthusiasts. 

“We are delighted to introduce PXG Aoyama,” said Bob Parsons, the Founder and CEO of PXG. “Staffed by seasoned fitters and retail professionals, the new store will provide golfers in the greater Tokyo area with an unparalleled experience, the same experience that our customers have come to expect from PXG stores worldwide.” 

PXG’s first brick-and-mortar location in Japan, PXG Aoyama, is an exciting addition to the company’s rapidly growing international footprint. A golf hotspot, Tokyo is home to more than 1.2 million golfers with more than 500 golf courses across the ten main areas of the city.  


PXG Aoyama will deliver the same top-notch customer experience golfers receive at all PXG stores throughout the world. The facility features two custom-fitting bays with guest seating and state-of-the-art golf simulators powered by TrackMan® technology. It also has a dedicated putter fitting studio and practice putting green, ideal for testing PXG’s award-winning Battle Ready® II Putter lineup. 


The store also features an expansive retail showroom fully stocked with PXG’s latest apparel, accessories, golf balls, and golf bags.  


A pristine location in the heart of Aoyama, PXG Aoyama is at 6-3-16 Minami Aoyama Minato-ku Tokyo Japan 107-0062 and is scheduled to open its doors on March 15, 2024. To mark the occasion, the first 50 people who line up for entry will be entered to win a golf club custom fitting for the award-winning PXG Black Ops Driver. Additionally, guests who make purchases of 30,000 yen or more will receive an original PXG gift. The offer ends when stock runs out.   


President and Executive Creative Director of PXG Apparel Renee Parsons shared, “The opening of PXG Aoyama is a significant milestone for PXG as it reflects our strong commitment to supporting golfers in Japan. It also provides fans of the active lifestyle with an opportunity to see, touch, and try on our latest apparel, designed to offer an ideal blend of style and functionality, in an environment that is engaging, personal, and fun!” 


To learn more about PXG or PXG’s latest technology including the award-winning new PXG 0311® Black OpsTM Drivers, or to schedule a free golf club fitting through the end of April, visit  



Founded by entrepreneur and self-proclaimed golf nut Bob Parsons, PXG embodies his belief that every new product – from golf clubs to sport fashion apparel – should be markedly better. Every innovation should noticeably improve your performance. And every moment of impact should elevate your enjoyment.  


Today, PXG offers a complete lineup of right- and left-handed golf clubs, including drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges, and putters, engineered to be custom fit and built to every golfer’s unique specification. The company also designs and delivers high-performance golf and lifestyle apparel and accessories. 


PXG’s professional staff includes Mason Andersen, Christian Banke, Paul Barjon, Eric Cole, Patrick Cover, Joel Dahmen, Cristobal Del Solar, Kevin Dougherty, Nicolas Echavarria, Clay Feagler, Patrick Fishburn, Scott Gutschewski, Grant Hirschman, Bo Hoag, Michael Johnson, Zach Johnson, Jake Knapp, KK Limbhasut, David Lipsky, Luke List, Justin Lower, Ryan McCormick, Henrik Norlander, Augusto Nunez, Garrett Reband, Seth Reeves, Sam Saunders, Shad Tuten, Dylan Wu, Celine Boutier, Mina Harigae, Minji Kang, Megan Khang, Auston Kim, Christina Kim, Gina Kim, Katherine Kirk, Brittany Lang, Gerina Mendoza, Linnea Strom, and Ellinor Sudow. 


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