Established in 2019, Eastside Golf has swiftly emerged as an essential brand for discerning enthusiasts, catalyzing a transformative shift in the golfing landscape, both within and beyond the greens. Through their visionary 1961 Project, Eastside Golf is illuminating the nuanced history of golf, steadfastly pushing for a more inclusive and equitable future for the sport.
September 11, 1961, marks a pivotal moment in history, as it is the day that the PGA of America revoked the Caucasian-only clause, following persistent advocacy and legal battles led by trailblazing Black golfers such as Bill Spiller and Ted Rhodes. These efforts, and numerous years of competing and triumphing in tournaments led by Black golfers led to Charlie Sifford being the first African American to participate in the PGA TOUR.
The 1961 Project encompasses a dynamic collaboration with Jordan Brand, an expansive apparel line, enriching content, and a suite of community programs meticulously designed to nurture and empower the upcoming wave of golfing talent. Additionally, the 1961 capsule collection boasts an array of twelve meticulously crafted pieces featuring long and short-sleeved tees, polos, hoodies, jogging sets, tracksuits, belts, hats, socks, and more. This curated selection harmoniously blends shades of black, green, and cream across its items, facilitating effortless mix-and-match possibilities with the corresponding footwear range. The 1961 Project by Eastside Golf.
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