PGA Show : Jan. 23rd, 2019

Following three successful stops in its first week on the road, the Wolfstream drove over to central Florida for its first major event: the 2019 PGA Merchandise Show.

PGA professionals and golf industry professionals gather in Orlando every January to discover the newest trends in the sport, and Greyson’s merchandise booth has become a main attraction in recent years. This year’s booth was no different. The man-cave inspired show booth was named the “coolest booth at the show” by Golf Channel, and having the Wolfstream parked right out front on the trade show floor added an extra component to Greyson’s display that made it stand out from the rest.

Everyone who came by the booth marveled about the beautiful conditional of the Wolfstream and the comforting vibe inside it. Many show visitors used the Wolfstream has a place to sit down and catch up with old colleagues and friends before continuing on throughout the show.

Streamsong Resort : Jan. 20th

 Seeking warmer temperatures, the Wolfstream continued further south toward another rural masterpiece: Streamsong Resort. The less than a decade old resort is home of three world-class courses: Red and Blue by Coore and Crenshaw, and the Black by Gil Hanse. These modern courses offer every challenge a player could ask for from elevation changes and blind shots to sand dunes and long carries over deep ponds.

Streamsong was hosting the sixth annual Streamsong Invitational, which brings together teams of four from the most prestigious clubs in the world. Each team played a round of two best balls on each course, with Kinloch Club taking the title at 21 under par.

The Wolfstream parked itself adjacent to Streamsong’s modern clubhouse, allowing the competitors to pop inside before or after their rounds to check out Greyson’s new gear, and several even rocked it on the course. It’s safe to say the world got a chance to see the Wolfstream in action this weekend.

Ohoopee Match Club : Jan. 19th, 2019

After a successful maiden voyage to Pinehurst, the Wolfstream headed south for it’s next stop at a lesser known golfer’s paradise: The Ohoopee Match Club.

Designed by world-renowned architect Gil Hanse, Ohoopee was named the best new private course in 2018 and was hosting the first Alpha Match when the Wolfstream arrived in mid-January.

This rustic layout of 22 holes with multiple routings was designed exclusively for match play, with no scorecards allowed. Just 75 miles west of Savannah, Ohoopee offers generous fairways lined by native sandy areas and oak trees as a backdrop. The massive bunkers and contouring greens of all shapes and sizes make every hole open to a birdie or a disaster.

The amenities Ohoopee offers the few are who fortunate enough to play the club make the experience even more enticing. Guest cottages, a luxurious locker room and a massive nighttime putting green make a weekend here with friends one to never forget.

This certainly was a memorable stop for the Wolfstream in its young journey, and was well received by the alpha wolves getting their first glimpse of this course and Greyson’s spring collection. Next stop: Florida.

Pinehurst Resort : Jan. 12th, 2019

Just hours after the refurberation of the Greyson Wolfstream was complete, the beast drove north to the Pinehurst Resort for its first event of the season. “The Wolf’s in the Cradle” brought together parents and children for a two-day golf event at the famed Pinehurst Resort. Cold temperatures and overcast skies didn’t slow down these pack-members and their “pups” from taking on the No. 4 course at Pinehurst on day one and The Cradle Short Course on day two.

The Cradle Short Course, designed by Gil Hanse and opened in 2017, is geared toward bringing enjoyment of the game to players of all ages and skill levels. After their rounds, the players had the opportunity to be the first to shop the brand new Spring collection in the Wolfstream, featuring junior polos for the first time.

As the Wolfstream continues its journey across the country, it will strive to appeal to and bring together multiple generations of the pack, just as it did on this weekend in mid-January.