Summer’s Shoe Choice: GFORE Disruptors

GFORE Disruptors

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of GFORE golf shoes. With loads of straight-out-of-the-box comfort and a style unlike any other, what’s not to love? My collection of Gallivanter’s admittedly may be getting a little out of control, but I’m placing partial blame on Mossimo (GFORE’s creatively fueled founder) for cranking out so…

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Redvanly: Introducing Athluxury Apparel For The Course

redvanly polo

On a crisp, spring Saturday morning in Manhattan, a slowly rising sun illuminates the fashion-shop lined West Village streets. Early morning joggers emerge from every corner as the vibrant chirps of awakening birds liven the scene. A duffle bag clad gym goer crosses the still sleeping NYC streets, while a pair of stylish golf course-bound dew…

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A Master(s) Guide to Spring Style

It’s without a doubt, one of the greatest golf weeks of the year: Masters week. Blooming Georgia azaleas, vibrant shades of green, and a bustling Augusta National Golf Club signify the official start of the golf season. Snow ridden states begin to thaw (we hope), golf clubs emerge from months of hibernation, and office productivity…

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Is Expensive Rain Gear Worth The Investment?

golf rain gear

Of the many pricey investments for the golf season, waterproof rain gear probably doesn’t top your list of most desirable items. Instead, your internet browser’s likely cluttered with links to the latest and greatest golf technology. But before you sink $400 into another driver, let’s paint a picture. It’s 6AM and you awake in the quaint…

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The Kiltie Golf Shoe: A Nod To The Scots

brogue kiltie golf shoe

Strolling the halls of country clubs and municipals alike, there’s no doubt you’ll find golfers wearing a variety of shoes. The traditional saddle-style, athletic and sneaker-looking shoes, some classic white wing-tips, and maybe even a high-top or two are likely to make an appearance. But, how about a kiltie? Okay, perhaps there are a few…

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The New Rules for White Pants

white pants for golf

From the moment I purchased my first pair, I’ve loved rocking white pants on the golf course. Not only are they super sharp and offer an elevated look, but they photograph really well on the course, too (okay, maybe that’s not as important, but you’ll certainly look good in your next Insta post). As clutch…

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Duel Zippers: Understanding Your Golf Outerwear

golf outerwear duel zippers

If you’re the type of golfer that braves the elements to tee-it-up in just about any weather, you’ve probably noticed golf outerwear — namely rain gear, thermal jackets and outer shells — usually each have duel zippers. Wondering what that second zipper is used for or how to most effectively wear that jacket? You’re not…

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The Shawl Collar: Not Just for Tuxedos

GFORE shawl collar sweater

If you’re a sartorially inclined lad, chances are the mere mention of a shawl collar sends your mind racing to the tuxedo. And rightfully so. The shawl lapel made is migration from smoking jackets to tuxedos over a century ago, and it’s only gained in popularity as hollywood’s elite and style-conscious superstar athletes both look to…

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Golf in a Scarf: Staying Stylish & Warm

golf scarf

As a die hard golfer, I’m always on the look-out for gear to combat the myriad of elements we face on the course — especially in the cold, windy winter months. A tight-fitting body armor, warm layering piece and impenetrable outerwear are each necessary to keep warm (more on my go-to winter golf gear here),…

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Best Styles from the 2018 PGA Show

best styles from pga show

Wandering down the main aisle of the massive convention center, my head swiveled back-and-forth in amazement as I digested the sheer amount of golf that surrounded me. Equipment, apparel, training aids, travel companies, simulators, wacky gadgets, Golf Channel crews and personalities, and even semi-trucks — you name it, and you see it at the PGA…

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