As avid golfers themselves, Pro Golf Discount’s staff members boast a wealth of experience and professional equipment advice. They are eager to direct shoppers through stores full of golfing merchandise from brands such as TaylorMade, Nike, and Callaway, pointing out the differences between the quality products. They lead lefties to their expansive selection of left-handed equipment, and discuss the advantages of their specialty women's gear with ladies. The master club fitters evaluate clients’ swings with advanced Launch Monitors and the Foresight Sports GC2 golf-simulation system, enabling them to recommend equipment that is suited to the customer's specific needs.
Most of the locations host golf lessons within their onsite golf theater hitting cages, where top golfers dish out expert tips and techniques. The Tacoma, Bellevue, Lynnwood and Bellingham locations feature repair centers, where technicians can spruce up clubs in preparation for upcoming tournaments or a golf vacation.
Drawing on more than 20 years of cabinet-making experience, founder Paul Akers caters to the unique needs of the modern carpenter by fashioning innovative and timesaving woodworking tools. Akers solicits design ideas from working carpenters to create FastCap's unique wares, including its signature line of self-adhesive screw caps ($2.10+ for a sheet, number of caps/sheet vary based on material). Fine tune drawings with a durable FatBoy pencil ($14.95), build beatific window and door moldings with the Pro Tools reveal square ($5.95), or measure spaces with the FlatBack 16' tape measure ($7.95), which has a blank edge for writing notes and cinderblock-inspired cinquains.
A stylish assortment of household accessories, décor, and domestic trappings lines the shelves of Digs, adding modern flourishes to every room with pieces from celebrated brands such as Jonathan Adler, Blu Dot, and Modernica. Shoppers can adorn homes with a variety of Digs’ offerings, from bedding and furniture to lighting and office accoutrements. Shoppers can spruce up a bland couch with the smoky touch of an accent pillow in dark roast ($39), or display flowers or waterproof report cards in an Eddy vase ($48). The curving antlers of the Jack D. Jackalope wall hook ($49.99) display keys and other hangables, and glass-vase napkin rings by Two’s Company ($36) double as both homes for small buds and hoopla hoops for hamster dinner guests.
When it comes to cosmetics and couture, K&M Fashions & Tanning has just about cornered the market. Inside the store, men's and women's apparel and accessories from trendy designers adorn shelves and mannequins, luring in guests with the latest in seasonal styles. But K&M's commitment to looking good goes even deeper, with medium- and high-intensity tanning beds that enhance complexions, and an onsite stylist who gives coifs fashion-forward cuts.