OK, I had never heard of T-Golf either. Nonetheless, the company appears to have grand aspirations as they have filed a trademark application for “Golf’s Fifth Major.”
Check out this list of products and services that the trademark application lists:
Clothing, namely, hand-warmers; Clothing, namely, knee warmers; Hoods; Jerseys; Leather belts; Mantles; Perspiration absorbent underwear clothing; Shifts; Short sets; Shoulder wraps; Ties; Tops; Underarm clothing shields; Wraps; Headbands against sweating; Stockings; Sweat bands; Sweat pants; Sweat shirts; Sweat shorts; Sweat suits; Hats; Ladies’ underwear; Thermal underwear; Underwear; Golf shoes; Shoes; Dress shirts; Golf shirts; Knit shirts; Polo shirts; Shirts; Sport shirts; Sports shirts; T-shirts; Baseball caps; Cap visors; Caps; Caps with visors; Golf caps; Ponchos; Jeans; Raincoats; Shorts; Underwear, namely, boy shorts; Walking shorts; Jackets; Rugby tops; Tank tops; Top coats; Parkas; Turtlenecks
Entertainment in the nature of golf tournaments; Entertainment in the nature of golf tournaments; Fitting of golf clubs to individual users; Golf caddie services; Golf club services; Golf courses; Golf instruction; Providing a website through which golfers locate information about golf courses and golf tournaments; Providing a website through which golfers reserve tee times at golf courses; Providing golf facilities; Providing refitting of golf club grips to individual users at the customer’s location; Rental of golf equipment
Good luck, I hope that we do get an official fifth major, preferably in the middle of winter.
David Dawsey – The Golf Trademark Attorney