/ Pilgrim

Thank you,and congratulations on your very effiecent marketing processes. I have been most impressed!! I was surprised & delighted to receive multiple updates on the progress of my order.
Barbara

My new bag arrived today great service thank you. Can't wait to show off on Saturday because I am a big pest when it comes to the Cats.
Gary

Thank you for the update Julie, much appreciated. The way we play golf, it won't be too long between orders.
Gloria

Received the package at 1.40pm , Qld Time, 2.40pm your time, today 6/1/12, all is ok and thank you for your kind offer, Happy New Year to you and your Staff,
Ian

Thanks for checking up on the order. We received the bag on Friday which was great. I didn't find it slow at all... Perfect timing! Many thanks
Lizzy

Fantastic price on the crane golf balls, I don't think I'm going to run out of golf balls for a long time. Thanks
Michael

Your prompt assistance in following up on my order/paypal problem was much appreciated. I have received the GPS and am very happy with it.Pleasure doing business with you.
Paul

Hi Julie, Chipper has arrived , great service! Hope you have a fantastic break over the Christmas holidays
Rod

Just to let you know package arrived safe and sound. Thanks again, nice service.
Ross

Hi, I have received the order today. I would like to say service is excellent. A++++
Zahid

Pilgrim



In September 1952, when Allen Pilgrim was asked by Bob Jennings, professional at Commonwealth Golf Club, what his clever invention for carrying golf bags was actually called. He decided that the pull-along nature was similar to the horse drawn buggy of his youth. Buggies went on to become a generic term in Australia.

After sales of some 4 million units over 60 years, Pilgrim and golf buggy have become interchangeable for many Australian golfers.Early years saw all production based in Pilgrim own Australian factories and all sales channelled through the original Slazenger marketing colossus. Golfers were treated to solid sensible products with such long-gone features as bicycle spoke wheels full pump up tyres, real leather bag straps and real rubber hand grips.

Foldaway  model in 1960 had the same retail sticker price as today  cost of living and inflation rises over half a century would price it today at nearly $1000! This in a time when no consumer electronics were available and air travel was a dream for most. In those very different times, Australian companies faced very little overseas competition due to government import barriers. The unimpressive foreign alternatives on offer helped propel Pilgrim to market dominance.

Then the world changed! Australia became a global economy. Pilgrim emerged from its first 50 years with an entirely different business mechanism under the management of the second and now third generation of Pilgrims and business partners. The long awaited range of entirely new, patented, Australian designed carbon fibre and chromemoly buggies is now moving into pre-production. This refreshingly new treatment of a uniquely Australasian golfing product (Pilgrim invented the seat buggy in the 1970s & brings variation to a world of lightweight aluminium types.

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