Where Are Wilson Golf Clubs Made?

Wilson has been a significant player in sports equipment since 1913. Though the company got its start making tennis rackets, it began making golf clubs in the 1930s. Today, the golf portion of Wilson is known as Wilson Staff.

So have you ever wondered where Wilson golf clubs are made?

In this post, we’ll dive into where Wilson manufactures its golf clubs. You’ll also learn other interesting facts about each Wilson‘s ownership, the price range for their golf clubs, and which pro golfers they have partnered with.


Where Are Wilson Golf Clubs Made?

Wilson’s company headquarters are in Chicago, Illinois, but its golf clubs are mass-produced in Tullahoma, Tennessee. Some of the raw materials for the clubs are brought in from Asia.


Who Owns Wilson?

Thomas E. Wilson founded Wilson in 1913. Since 1989, the company has been a subsidiary of the Finnish multinational company Amer Sports. It’s now under the Chinese Anta Sports (since 2019).


Pro Golfers That Use Wilson Golf Clubs

Here is a short list of pro golfers who play with Wilson clubs:

  • Gary Woodland: Staff Model Blades Irons and Staff Wedges
  • Kevin Streelman: Staff FG Tour V6 Irons and Wedges
  • Brendan Steele: Staff Model Blades and FG Tour PMP Raw Wedges


Price Range

Wilson clubs range from $1,200 to $1,600 for a full set.


Mike Noblin

Mike has been involved with sports for over 30 years. He's been an avid golfer for more than 10 years and is obsessed with watching the Golf Channel and taking notes on a daily basis. He also holds a degree in Sports Psychology.