Posts Tagged ‘trendy golf’

COBRA PUMA Golf launch Heritage Collection

Apr 13th

Classic style with cutting–edge technology (Shared from GolfPunk)

COBRA PUMA GOLF has introduced the Heritage Collection – including a Limited Edition Wood Grain KING F7 driver, a sophisticated chestnut herringbone pattern Driver Cap, along with stylish apparel and footwear.

The collection is designed to celebrate the rich history of golf and a nod to its icons. To bring the collection to life, COBRA PUMA GOLF is teaming up with Bryson DeChambeau for this tribute to the game and its bygone era with “throwback” style and equipment.

The COBRA KING F7 Wood Grain driver provides all the technological advantages of today, but is cosmetically altered to give the appearance of a beautifully–crafted persimmon driver head.

During round one of the 2017 RBC Heritage this week, Bryson will be outfitted from head–to–toe in a stylish, “heritage look” featuring a PUMA Golf button cardigan, Tailored Golf Chinos, Ignite Spikeless Sport shoes in a throwback brown colorway and his trademark Tour Driver Cap designed with a sophisticated chestnut herringbone fabric. But wait, there’s more…

Osar Jacobson’s new trouser collection

Apr 6th

Here’s what’s on offer for 2017 (Shared from GolfPunk)

Oscar Jacobson’s new trouser collection offers golfers a choice of cuts and fits, delivering performance, quality and style both on and off the course. Here’s what’s on offer for 2017.

With 114 years of tailoring experience Oscar Jacobson is becoming the go–to brand for many of the leading golfers in the world the seeking the best trousers on the market.

Oscar Jacobson knows that not all golfers share the same build and style preferences and that is why the collection offers different styles and fits – Laurent, Dave and Brent each offer a slim fit with a unique cut while Greg and Greg Tour offer a classic fit.

Laurent delivers a blend of style, performance and comfort. Featuring 4–way stretch material, shaped legs and a bottomwidth of 37cm, it is Oscar Jacobson’s most athletic cut. Laurent is roundpressed with a flat front and stretch waistband for enhanced comfort. Offering maximum freedom of movement, Laurent is ideal for golfers seeking a comfortable, stylish and functional golf trouser. But wait, there’s more…

Mizuno Launches SS17 Apparel Range

Mar 16th

For serious golfers (Shared from GolfPunk)

Mizuno is launching a new collection of golf apparel for Spring Summer 2017 aimed specifically at serious golfers.

Founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1906, Mizuno has built its reputation in golf on its forged irons, but it also offers some of the most technologically advanced performance apparel on the market.

The SS17 golf collection has been designed to reflect Mizuno’s premium status within golf and the company’s unique Japanese heritage. But wait, there’s more…

PUMA launch juniors apparel range

Feb 9th

For Spring Summer 2017 – (Shared from GolfPunk)

PUMA Golf has introduced its new Spring Summer ’17 Collection for juniors.

The line showcases new takes on classic designs, patented cutting–edge technologies, fun detailing and an evolved offering for girls that is designed to resonate with the game’s next generation.

For SS’17, PUMA Golf has dramatically expanded its junior assortment in apparel, accessories and footwear, putting a greater emphasis than ever before on creating pieces that are fun, stylish and high–performance.

“We want junior golfers to have access to the same great technologies, performance and style, for wear on and off the course,” said Kristin Hinze, Head of Apparel at PUMA Golf. But wait, there’s more…

Cross Sportswear launch new Spring / Summer collection

Dec 22nd

(Shared from GolfPunk)

The twin demands of function and fashion have been the guiding principle behind Cross Sportswear’s apparel since it launched in 1986. The Swedish clothing brand has always placed performance at the heart of its designs, using highly technical fabrics that allow wearers to play – and look – their best in all conditions.

Inspired by the Swedish Men’s Long Drive Team the Spring/Summer ’17 Collection, provides complete freedom of movement and physiological support, as well as protection from the elements – all wrapped in an impeccable, clean style.

The range features a wide range of natural materials, including cotton, wool and bamboo charcoal, as well man-made fibres, such as polyester and nylon. All of the key items are made from highly stretchable and breathable fabrics designed to offer complete freedom of movement.

The SS ’17 polo shirt collection is Cross Sportswear’s most comprehensive yet featuring a range of no fewer than eight different designs to suit a wide cross-section of golfers. But wait, there’s more…

Ecco Cage Evo Golf Shoes

Jul 28th

Uncage your game


Shared from GolfPunk

Ecco are known for the awesome quality of their leather. The are the only golf brand who control the quality of the leather from farming it all the way to the tanning process and then making the shoes themselves in their own factories. So it’s an unusual move when they bring out a leather free golf shoe. But golf footwear is evolving, and not everyone wants a heavy leather golf shoe.  But wait, there is more…

Best Putters for Players with Straight Strokes

May 12th


Shared from 3Balls Golf Blog

Choosing a putter that fits your type of stroke is the most overlooked, but most crucial thing you can do to lower your score. If you have a straight back and straight through stroke, the best club for you will be a face-balanced putter. These top 3 putters work with the shape your stroke and are specifically designed to stay square to your putting path.

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How Oakley Made Golf Apparel Cool

May 5th


Shared from 3Balls Golf Blog

One of Oakley’s most famous accessories remains its high definition optical, Unobtanium constructed, hydrophobic sunglasses. Insignificant as it seems, Oakley golf shades, developed specifically for the sport, inspired so many people to go out and buy their products that the company now has focused much of its resources to marketing to the golf industry.

Many of these Oakley consumers, it’s worth noting, are amateurs as well as professional golfers.

James Jannard, who started Oakley out of his garage in 1975, was selling motorcycle grips out of the back of his car at motorcross events. The grips used a patented material called Unobtanium that’s still used to make earsocks on Oakley sunglasses, and many of the nose pieces and the bands on watches. Oakley has gone on to produce glasses, gloves, grips, elbow guards, chin guards, goggles, and recently, golf apparel. Jannard’s marketing efforts have had a huge impact on style. It hasn’t just been the signature Oakley sunglasses embraced by celebrity golfers over the years. The brand has popularized new styles of golf polos, shorts, and shoes.

Professional golfers trust the company because Oakley’s golf line produces top-quality pieces made to enhance performance. But wait, there’s more…

ETIQUS launches new belt range

Apr 28th

British Golf Watch maker collaborates with Druh Belts & Buckles

Shared from GolfPunk

ETIQUS, who make quality timepieces exclusively for golfers, has announced it is to collaborate with Druh Belts & Buckles to launch an exclusive range of belts.

The belts, available initially in either black or white crocodile effect leather with a polished stainless steel ETIQUS buckle, are handmade from the finest natural materials and accessible through ETIQUS’s online store.

Worn by some of the world’s top golf professionals, Druh has become well known for its distinctive selection of premium leather straps that are matched to a unique range of interchangeable buckles.

ETIQUS Founder Gary Butler said, “At ETIQUS, we pride ourselves on creating specialist, quality products to those who are proud to be recognised as golfers. But wait, there’s more…

MacKenzie Collection for Spring 2016

Jan 28th

Carnoustie Sportswear has introduced the new MacKenzie Collection as part of its Spring 2016 offering with pieces made from unbrushed cotton fabrics making them an ideal weight for year round wear.


“Rarely has the introduction of a new classification, like our MacKenzie Collection of lightweight cotton outerwear, received such an immediate response. Little details, like the flat knit tipping along the zipper really sets this style apart. Versatile, affordable, appropriate for varied conditions and available in wonderful mélange colors like our cotton suedes, it is no wonder the MacKenzie Collection of outerwear has been such a hit,” says Marshall Mancillas, President and CEO of Carnoustie.

Carnoustie has gained the reputation of fleece garments of top quality particularly their “Cotton Suede” which has become an industry standard and now in the MacKenzie line they use a lighter, unbrushed cotton. Available in a quarter zip vest, quarter zip long sleeve pullover and new for Spring 2016, a full zip vest. The MacKenzie Collection of outerwear offers affordable and versatile piece featuring flat knit detailing at the collar and zipper placket and all mix or match with other items in the Carnoustie Collection.