Q&A With Adrienne Cass of TrendyGolf USA: Winning with high-quality clothes and service.
We all know the saying: April showers bring May flowers. And that means sometimes the gung-ho golfer has to put up with wet conditions
John Ashworth took some time to discuss the merger of Pima Direct LLC and Linksoul and his involvement with the process.
After wrapping up a 2012 PGA Merchandise Show, we caught up with Catwalk Performance Artwear founder and designer Lauren Demerling.
We catch up with Terry Prillaman of Galway Bay Apparel, who is looking to create raingear that keeps you comfortable without costing you an arm ... and a leg.
Like the Solheim Cup itself, the Europeans squeaked out a victory in the Fashion Face-Off.
It’s time to assess the Solheim Cup girls in the most important way of all – the Fashion Faceoff.
It wasn't Tiger wearing the Sunday red, but Keegan Bradley brought the color back to life in Atlanta.
Each year, it seems a new fad takes over the golf course. Could this be the Year of the Shoe?
From Morgan Pressel's elegance to Paula Creamer's color coordination, the Women's British Open is a fashion show.
Paula Creamer's U.S. Women's Open wardrobe was vibrant and impressive. It's alright to be jealous.
At some point, there is going to have to be a limit to all this sexiness in women's golf. Ashley Crain weighs in.
Rain, sleet and wind are likely to be at this year's Solheim Cup, so we wanted to know what captain Rosie Jones has in store for her fashionable team.
You’ve heard it before: Women’s golf apparel has gone through a revolution the past 10 years. But has it really?
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.
Girls Golf Collection founder and designer Annie Margulis sat down with Ashley Crain to talk about her bold Spring fashion line.
Ian Poulter has skills on the golf course. He's pretty entertaining on Twitter. But is his best asset his fashion sense? Take a ride in Ian's Ferrari . . .
Ashley Crain says that Cutter & Buck is playing to the "lifestyle" trend with its 2011 clothing line.
The iconic Ashworth brand that produced all those warm and fuzzy memories of dad playing golf on a Sunday morning has come back with a bang!
As we kick off our 2011 PGA Merchandise Show coverage, we wanted to start with a bang, so we tracked down Canadian designers, Lauren Demerling and Sima Anvari, to give us an inside look at Catwalk Performance Artwear's new look.
The 2011 PGA Merchandise Show promises to be one of the most fashionable and trendy exhibitions in years. Ashley Crain previews Golfweek's fashion coverage.
Would you wear this on the course? Our Ashley Crain sat down with Evan Golf to talk about its bold new look that could bring style to the first tee.
The bold, European-like golf fashion company Sligo was born off the 13th hole at a swanky private club in Canada. Our Ashley Crain sits down with director Shawn Aucoin to talk about Sligo's direction:
Tis’ the season for golf fashion! Your favorite lady will forget about the baubles when she sees this year’s under-the-tree delights.
Golfweek fashion Q&A: We caught up with Keri Murschell, the woman behind the popular golf bag line keri golf to talk about her inspiration and a new relationship with Adams Golf
It took some doing, but we tracked down the man behind the Abacus brand, Sven-Olof Karlsson, to ask him a few questions.
It isn’t often that we hear of new and innovative ways golf-apparel companies one-up each other, but this seems to be the norm for Quagmire Golf.
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.
Want to bring a bit of attitude along on your next visit to the golf course? The key is on your belt, and Trevor Derrheim has the belts everyone is longing for.
There is a lot of pink-colored attire popping up on the LPGA and PGA tours. It adds a colorful twist to the fairways, but there is also a powerful message behind the garb – breast cancer awareness.
For all you fashionistas who thought it was only about wearing the perfect outfit on the tee, think again.
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.
Callaway Golf is taking player scripting to a whole new level.
The fashion frenzy continued across the pond last week. There’s been more flash and tradition brought back to the game than we seen in a long time.
After seeing Paula Creamer strutting down the fairways at the Evian Master last weekend, I couldn’t help but notice the sparkle on her hips.
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.
We all know Tiger Woods wears red on Sunday, but what else is in store this week at the Open Championship?
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.
Each year it seems as though the LPGA adds a fresh set of Kims, Lees and Parks to its ever-growing Korean roster.
Here is a piece of apparel that we don’t talk about much – socks. Although they aren’t exactly a fashion necessity, socks are the roots of a golfer’s comfort.
Last weekend’s LPGA Championship at Locust Hill Country Club outside Rochester, N.Y., looked more like a match at Wimbledon than a golf tournament.
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.
One would think that winning a national championship for the first time would call for some celebration. That was not the case for Purdue’s Maude-Aimee LeBlanc.
U.S. Open week is one of the four weeks in golf that we all get giddy over. But this isn’t just any U.S. Open – this is the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
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