Nike Golf, I guess you could argue. Although obviously they still maintain their golf apparel and shoes division. Some might recall that they entered the golf equipment side of things with the Nike Tour Accuracy golf ball back in '99, and Glen Day was the first official tour pro to win with a Nike ball later that year, at the MCI Heritage. The following year Paul Azinger became the second tour pro to win with the Tour Accuracy, in 2000. That same year, Tiger switched from the ProV1 to the Nike Tour Accuracy, and that pretty much created the launching pad for the brand.
So... from about 1999 up until August of 2016. When you think of how huge Nike is, then consider that they were only involved in the equipment side of things for roughly 16-17 years, it's kind of telling at just how difficult it was for them to penetrate the golf equipment industry and remain profitable. I think the younger generation carried the brand for most of their golf business era, but a lot of the old "sneaker company makes golf clubs" stigmas from some of the older generation golfers was something they just never seemed to overcome. But that's just my opinion, certainly not fact. I can only comment on things I experienced in my golfing circles, but I didn't see too many pieces of Nike equipment in the bags of those I played with, nor while I was working at a club in the mid-2000's and occasionally loading golfers' bags onto carts.
On those rare occasions that I did, it was most always a young player (late-teens, early-20's).