2011 PGA Merchandise Show: Fashion

  • Callaway models strut down the runway to loud music, tossing free gloves, balls and assorted apparel into the crowd.
  • Canterbury Golf displays a rack of colorful belts at the front of its booth. The apparel company based out of Toronto introduced the silicone strap belt to the Show this year in 10 different colors (which bear names like licorice, tangerine and bubble gum).
  • Pukka Headwear's booth consisted of shelves of hats with custom-designed color combinations and logos. The company's hats are not inventory-based, and customers are able to choose exactly the colors featured on the hat's stitching, eyelets, buttons and panels.
  • Life is Good features a line of golf-specific clothing that includes t-shirts with its main character, Jake, playing golf.
  • Life is Good's golf line, which debuted eight years ago, features gloves, hats, balls, water bottles, towels and t-shirts. The line is carried in roughly 1,000 pro shops nationwide.
  • The Garb apparel line features sports-inspired clothing for infants, toddlers and children. Garb carries golf- and tennis-specific clothing, as well as clothes with college, NASCAR, NBA and NHL logos.
  • Golfstream Shoes feature either molded soles or replaceable soft spikes and have a lightweight, flexible feel. New styles include, from left, the spike sandal, spikeless sandal, sporty waterproof and two-strap sandal with a molded sole.
  • Swedish clothing brand Abacus places the majority of its focus on functional, breathable outerwear. Abacus will outfit the European Solheim Cup team for the third straight year when the event is contested at Killeen Castle in County Meath, Ireland, and team apparel will be unveiled June 7.