Take a look at a wide assortment of golf options as you gear up for Black Friday and the holiday shopping season, courtesy of our fashion blogger Cassie Stein.
Jesper Parnevik, who will make his PGA Tour season debut at the Humana Challenge next week, will be donning new gear when he takes to the first tee, as Cobra Puma Golf announced it had signed the 14-time winner to an apparel and golf-club contract.
Bubba Watson, the 2012 Masters champion, has joined Oakley, Inc. to wear it's performance golf apparel in 2013, the company announced in a press release on Thursday.
Oakley aspires to become a major golf brand. But rather than court the masses, it'll target a young, contemporary audience that'll appreciate the technology Oakley brings from action sports.
Spikeless, hybrid or lifestyle shoes. Regardless of what golfers may call them, footwear without replaceable cleats is fast becoming an industry norm.
Golfweek.com's "Shoe Month" continues to showcase the latest and greatest. Here's another sampling of new offerings.
Tobie Hatfield may not have been schooled as a shoe designer, but his innate ability to understand athletes' needs has made him one of Nike's top inventors. His latest project: Creating the TW '13 for Tiger Woods.
Ecco transformed the golf footwear category with its Street Premiere shoe. Now, it's seeking an encore by taking hybrid shoes mainstream.
"Natural-motion" or "minimalist" footwear has revolutionized the running-shoe market. With the promise of providing better balance, more comfort and smoother tempo, will it do the same in golf?
Golfers' demands for footwear performance never have been higher. And shoemakers have responded by creating shoes that tackle just about every need. Here's a look at some of the new offerings.
Launched as an experiment in 2004, FootJoy's custom-design program has grown into a major consumer service that allows for more than 500,000 style, color and material combinations.
Force plates, 3D-motion analysis and simulators. Footwear design has become a high-tech affair, and the result makes much more than a fashion statement. Golfweek.com's Shoe Month begins today and shows how footwear can change your game.
The Tommy Hilfiger Group, which relaunched its golf collection in 2011, has entered into a sponsorship deal with the Golf Club at Chelsea Piers in New York City.
FootJoy is offering a commemorative shoe for the season's first major - the Masters – and custom-made no less.
When FootJoy finally entered the apparel market this year, it did so with a virtually fail-safe plan based on tons of research and a laser focus on its core consumer.
Body Balance for Performance says its agility workouts are ideal for a golfer.
How does a golfer start a fitness program? How does any person, regardless of his or her golfing ability, get in shape to become a better or more consistent player?
FootJoy’s next business expansion long has seemed destined, and now it’s imminent: The Fairhaven, Mass.-based company announced it will fully enter the golf apparel business.
After suffering a back injury, Norwegian LPGA player Suzann Pettersen has turned into a workout machine.
Many golfers have their favorite exercise devices. Here is a collection of golf warm-up equipment, training tools or exercise gear for the home or course, each costing less than $100.