Crowell & Moring this week revealed to Congress that it is lobbying for the maker of Titleist and FootJoy golf products.
The firm is advocating for Acushnet Co. on tariff legislation, according to a lobbying registration report.
Crowell senior policy adviser Mike Gill, who is handling the account, couldn’t be reached immediately for comment.
A group led by sporting goods company Fila Korea Ltd. and Mirae Asset Private Equity has owned Acushnet since July. They bought the company from Fortune Brands Inc., which counts Jim Beam bourbon whiskey, Moen faucets and Master Lock padlocks among its products.