Golfing enthusiasts who want take their golf look off-course can now wear stylish golf-inspired apparel. Traditionally, this has always been about the classic, polished look. But for those who just want to relax at home on weekends with a golf-themed sweater, they can choose among many fashionable and trendy styles on the market today.
Monday, November 30, 2015
Monday, October 19, 2015
Golf is a game of tradition, and the clothing that you wear in the course says a lot about your personality. While yesterday's golf clothing tended to focus solely on its ability to help you perform well on the course, today's clothing also factors style into the equation. The clothes you wear should help you perform on the course, but they should also be stylish enough for you to wear them around the clubhouse and the office without any worries.
Monday, September 21, 2015
Gifts are often difficult to choose. Fortunately, if a loved one is a golf lover, presenting him or her with a gift should be easy enough. There are plenty of items that all golf enthusiasts would surely love to have.
There’s still no way to accurately predict or control the elements, which is why golfers will always face the threat of playing in foul weather. Some golfers make do with ordinary rain gear unsuitable for swinging and movement, which naturally prevents them from performing as well as they should. Thankfully, there are wateproof rain gear designs specifically tailored for golfing in harsh conditions.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Monday, July 20, 2015
For avid golfers and fans of the pro leagues, the anticipation over your favorite sports star’s performance can be as exciting as the anticipation over what they’ll wear for the next game. Some love to imitate the style of icons like Tiger Woods, who seems to love showing off his slim, perfectly chiseled physique every time he competes. Others just want to know which apparel they ought to wear if they want to play as comfortably as their idols.
Friday, July 10, 2015
Perhaps you’re a college golf club president looking to grow your organization, or a young golf enthusiast yet to build your dream team. Adding members to your team can be very challenging, especially when most of your prospects have to juggle their hobby and studies. Here are some best practices to help you find and encourage other golfers to join your club:
Monday, June 1, 2015
T-shirts are essential parts of any wardrobe. However, it can be hard to choose among the nearly countless types of shirts available today. When you’re thinking of getting a T-shirt, there are several factors that you should consider when deciding on what to buy. Here are a few of them:
Monday, May 4, 2015
When picking out golf clothes it is first important to know what kind you need to buy. Golf is not a sport where you can just put on anything and proceed to the course. It is important to wear the proper gear attire that best suits your needs while playing.
Friday, March 20, 2015
Golf is not a contact sport. You don’t need to run, jump or make any intense physical exertions to play the game, so naturally, the clothes you wear can be highly flexible. With that in mind, don’t disregard the practical aspect of clothes you’re choosing to wear for your game. Here are a few tips to help you choose the best attire the next time you shop for golf apparel:
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Golf is a sport with a rich history, with some saying that it has its roots in Ancient Rome and in China as far back as the first century BC. It was in the Scottish highlands, however, that modern golf has begun, and the apparel for the game had reflected the fashion during that time: tight short pants with various colors and patterns and tweed jackets.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
A polo shirt and a pair of slacks qualify as golf apparel, mostly because golf is a low-intensity sport. Compared to basketball and baseball, golf doesn't require rigorous physical activity other than swinging the club. You may break a sweat during a game from the heat or from intense mental concentration, but not necessarily through physical exertion.
The only thing that limits your choice of golf apparel is the dress code. During the early 1900s, country clubs were very particular about proper dress code for guests and members. Knickers, for example, were prevalent at golf courses at the time but were shunned by country clubs. These places obliged players and spectators to come in more formal wear, particularly the collared shirt.