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The word thunderbird has been used for:-. References to Titleist in popular culture include:. Thunderbird may refer to:. 6 out of the top 10 women in the LPGA Tour also use Titleist balls (Cristie Kerr, Natalie Gulbis, Jeong Jang, Meena Lee, Candie Kung, Birdie Kim, and Marisa Baena). . 6 of the top 10 golfers in the world use Titleist balls (Vijay Singh, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen, Adam Scott, Padraig Harrington, and Kenny Perry). Gibson Thunderbird, a bass guitar manufactured by Gibson and Epiphone. Open in 1949, Titleist golf balls are still the top-selling and arguably best-known ball in the United States.

Dromornithidae, the Giant-Goose of Australia. First played in the U.S. Phorusrhacidae, an extinct family of giant predatory flightless birds of South and Central America. Titleist produces golf equipment, and is best known for their golf balls, but they also produce clubs and accessories. Thunderbird Products is the manufacturer of Formula Boats. Titleist is a brand name owned by the Acushnet Company, headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. The Royal Enfield Thunderbird is also a model of motorbike, 350cc manufactured by Royal Enfield in India. He mentions in the episode that they are Titleists.

The Triumph Thunderbird is a model of motorbike. In the Seinfeld episode "The Marine Biologist" Kramer drives golf balls into the ocean. The Ford Thunderbird is a model of automobile. In an episode of the MTV animated cartoon, Beavis and Butt-head, Butt-head mispronounces the name of the company, tit-lee-est. Thunderbird (train), a high-speed train in Japan. In a product placement in the movie Batman Begins, Bruce Wayne is shown teaching an executive assistant to drive a Titleist golf ball using a Titleist club. The Albuquerque Thunderbirds are a team in the National Basketball Association Development League.

The UBC Thunderbirds are a college hockey team near Vancouver, British Columbia. The Hamilton Thunderbirds are a team in the amateur Intercounty Baseball League. The Seattle Thunderbirds are a Junior A hockey team in the Western Hockey League. Thunderbird - The Garvin School of International Management is a graduate school specializing in international management.

Thunderbirds (squadron), a demonstration flying team of the United States Air Force. Thunderbird (missile), a British Army surface-to-air missile. Thunderbird (wine), a fortified wine. Thunderbirds (movie) is a live-action film, released in 2004, based on the television series.

Thunderbirds (TV series), a television series created by Sylvia and Gerry Anderson, notable for its use of marionettes. Thunderbird is a song by rock band They Might Be Giants on their 2004 album The Spine. Thunderbird (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe, and a member of the X-Men. Thunderbird (resort), a former Las Vegas hotel and casino that operated from 1948-1976.

Zapdos, a Pokémon. Thunderbird (cryptozoology), in cryptozoology, a large birdlike creature. Thunderbird (mythology), a mythical creature common to Native American religion and is probably the genesis of the other uses of the word. Thunderbird, the penultimate boss in the 1988 NES game Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.

Thunderbirds, a computer game for the Amiga and NES platforms. Thunderbird Supercomputer, a supercomputer at Sandia National Laboratories. Athlon Thunderbird, a code-name for a variant of AMD's Athlon central processing units. Mozilla Thunderbird, an e-mail and news client software package based on Mozilla.

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