Business Insider first reported the news, thanks to a tweet and photo from tournament attendee Richard Ranick that shows what looks like about 1-2 dozen Glass boxes on display:
@kylebrussell Google Glass display at #theplayerschampionshiphttp://ift.tt/1jJD3M4
— Richard Ranick (@triple_r73) May 9, 2014
Ranick later tweeted that the Glass rep said “sales were much better than expected.” In addition to the Glass display, the makers of two official golf-related Glass apps were also on hand giving demos.
Google sold Glass to the public for less than 24 hours last month, but it was only available online.
Google gave Business Insider a standard statement about the sales booth: “As we’ve said for many months, we’re always testing new ways to expand the Explorer Program.”
via Marketing Land