Is Top Golf getting into the television and radio broadcasting field? Maybe. The goods and services covered by these applications are numerous and do include "audio, video, and radio broadcasting" in Class 38. Some other goods and services covered by these applications include:
- Entertainment and media services, namely, production and distribution of radio and television programs, video games, music and videos in the field of sports, video games and computer games (Class 41);
- Video game software (Class 9);
- Live music concert services (Class 41); and
- Television and radio program broadcasting (Class 38).
Top Golf filed each of these applications on an intent to use basis, which suggests they are not currently using these marks in conjunction with the listed goods and services yet but have a bona fide intention to do so in the near future. 15 USC 1051(b). Top Golf fans rejoice.
Interestingly, Top Golf also owns a trademark registration (on the Supplemental Register) for the configuration of its driving ranges, seen above.
According to my quick search, Top Golf International owns 7 active trademark registrations and 23 pending trademark applications at the USPTO.