NetJets golf towels, bags and apparel – we take a closer look!

Golf fans will regularly see tour players emblazoned with the NetJets logo and wonder what it’s all about. Well, since 2014 NetJets have been the official private jet provider of the PGA Tour and whilst that’s not something most of us can relate to, lots of us really want to know where we can get hold of branded NetJets golf towels, bags and apparel. NetJets now sponsor over 50 PGA Tour and European Tour players, providing them with efficient and secure private travel between events.

NetJets golf towel

NetJets golf towels

There is significant interest from amateur golfers in trying to match the bag styles of their golfing heroes, and one area that draws a lot of attention are the NetJets golf towels. Over the last few years two styles have emerged on both the European and PGA Tours – a white version that included the NetJets hashtag #IFLYQS branding on it, and the latest 2020 version which includes a white NetJets branding pattern on a navy blue towel.

Justin Thomas NetJets golf towels
Justin Thomas pictured after winning the 2017 PGA Championship with his #IFLYQS NetJets golf towel.

The towels are made by California based, Club Glove – and are based on their ‘Professional caddy towel‘ product. Sadly though these aren’t available to the public and are instead made exclusively for NetJets, who in turn supply them to their Tour ambassadors directly. This of course makes them extremely rare, and whilst you may get lucky on eBay your best bet would be to beg someone at a Tour event for one!

Jason Day NetJets golf towels
Jason Day with his 2020 NetJets golf bag and towel.
Tommy Fleetwood NetJets golf towels
Tommy Fleetwood spotted with his NetJets towel during a pre-round warm up.

NetJets golf bags

If you thought a NetJets golf towels were hard to find then a branded bag takes things to the extreme. We’ve only ever seen a handful of these in use by Tour players with Jason day being the main man when it comes to sporting a NetJets golf bag.

This custom model is likely to be a small run of bags in collaboration with a highend manufacturer such as Vessel golf bags. We previously we took a closer look at Jordan Speith’s AT&T custom Vessel bag and the model that Jason Day is currently using looks strikingly similar. Needless to say getting your hands on one of these is a tall order!

NetJets golf bag
Jason Day’s NetJets golf bag.

NetJets golf clothing and apparel

Whilst towels and bags made be scarce NetJets clothing, hats and apparel are slightly more obtainable. Items can often be found on the likes of eBay and these tend to be Tour items that are surplus to requirements. A lot of RLX, Ralph Lauren, FootJoy, Kjus and Adidas items can be found with the additional NetJets branding, but more often than not it comes with a sizeable price tag!

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