PGA Show promises new trends, fashion

Paula Creamer, as part of the Golfweek for Her issue, is photographed at Omni Resort in Orlando showing off the sunglasses she endorses.

Paula Creamer, as part of the Golfweek for Her issue, is photographed at Omni Resort in Orlando showing off the sunglasses she endorses.

Sure, we all get giddy at the thought of the latest and the greatest in golf gadgets and gizmos.

We are all longing to find the “it” to brighten up our golfing dreams on the fairways.

Nevertheless, let us remind you of the infamous “look good, feel good, play good” mantra that all golfing fashionistas have come to live and swear by. . .

At this year’s show, we are going to be working – inside the ropes – for you to find all the “it” you’re going to need on the links for this season’s hottest wardrobe. Who needs a swing fix when you’re going to look this good?

To further the excitement, a little birdie told us that this is going to be the trendiest PGA Merchandise Show we’ve ever attended – from cashmere to recycled polyester, crazy colors, patterns and styles galore.

We also don’t want to fail to mention that we have a few celebrity and CEO appearances up our sleeve and we will be sure to get their take on this year’s fairway fashion do’s and don’ts. The floor is going to get hot and you’re not going to want to miss a single step with Golfweek’s fashionistas while we skim the floor with our cameras, fun remarks and constant feedback.

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