All That Glitters Is… Golf
Originally part of the PlasticHead family, Golf was a subsidiary label set up in the early 2000s to release the best in pop-punk, ska, metal, emo and hardcore that was so in vogue at the time.
As well as licensing in heavy hitting albums from scene leaders such as Less Than Jake, Thrice, Millencolin, Jimmy Eat World and The Offspring, Golf released its fair share of home-grown talent from upcoming bands like melodic punk rockers 4ft. Fingers, ska-punk act Jesse James, screamo band The Hurt Process and established acts like Kirk Brandon’s Spear Of Destiny and 70s punks Chelsea.
Cherry Red have acquired much of the Golf catalogue.