If you are the golfer that isn’t quite ready for the crazy fairway fashion scene just yet, I think we found a way for you to add a little flavor to your wardrobe and your game – Hollas. We chatted with partner of Second Skin and Hollas Garment Company’s Don Nichols to get the scoop on how to perfect fashion and balance on the course.
We’re most likely to comment on the typical items of golf wear on this blog – pants, polos, skirts, gloves. But Martin Kaymer caught our eye during the Accenture Match Play Championship in Tucson, Ariz., with something different – neckwear.
He may have big ears, but he sure knows how to dress! Mickey Mouse’s wardrobe trumped the boys of the PGA Tour this past weekend at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic at Disney’s Magnolia and Palm courses in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Dustin Johnson had a memorable weekend at the BMW Championship, collecting a victory after what seems like a year filled with “major” mishaps, and looking classy and dapper as he strolled down the fairways.
Spunky is the first word that came to mind during an interview with Carling Coffing, Golf Channel’s “Big Break Sandals Resort” winner. Not only does Coffing’s vibrant personality radiate through the phone, but I love her outfit choices, too. We spoke about her favorite topic – fashion.
We often marvel at the beauty, style and grace of the LPGA starlets. Not only are their swings hand-crafted masterpieces, their outfits look as if they’ve been picked right out of the pages of a fashion magazine.
The Abacus brand has traveled miles and jumped oceans to land in the U.S. market. While Abacus has gained a following, many people don’t know details about the products and the man behind the products.
This week it is the ladies’ turn to travel across the pond to oh-so-stylish Evian-les-Bains, France, where one of our favorite fairway fashionistas, Ai Miyazato, will defend her title at the Evian Masters.
Paula Creamer once again dazzled us in pink. Not only did she win the U.S. Women’s Open last weekend – her first major championship – but she won my “best dressed” award. Not to be blinded by her incredible game – she looked hot!
Attention fashion-crazed parents – I’ve found one of the hottest, trendiest and most sophisticated boys golf apparel on the market, outfits that are going to make you jealous that they don’t come in your size.
Many golfers have been using Club Glove products for years without having a good grip on the story behind the company. I tracked down Jeff Herold, Club Glove president and founder, and got the interesting story behind the company.
What better way to give your clubs a little love than with a swanky head cover. If you’re in the market to crank up your bag a notch or two – I have just the ticket. And I am not talking about a new driver.
Fila is back and stronger than ever with a fashionable and racy golf collection. I chatted with Nancy Robitialle, the head golf designer of Fila’s North American division, about the brand and what it has planned.
I chatted recently with Kris Wilson, CEO and founder of The Littlest Golfer children’s golf wear. Wilson gave me a behind-the-scenes look at the “mini” apparel industry and what it takes to keep children interested in the game. Cool clothing and accessories, perhaps?
Simon Cowell and Ryan Seacrest couldn’t be found, but a foursome of our favorite lady golfers – Brittany Lincicome, Meredith Duncan, Lisa Strom and Danielle Downey – showed plenty of talent last weekend. Why? To help a great cause and rub shoulders with a slice of Hollywood.