Back in the game RANDY WILLIAMS
Clear the air RANDY O. WILLIAMS
Technology in today’s sunglasses puts the focus on clarity, comfort and performance while you’re on the course.
Leader of the pack RANDY O. WILLIAMS
Packing light and traveling worry free are keys for any golfer hitting the road or airways this summer. That makes outfits that can adapt to multiple situations especially important.
With sleeker designs and more high-tech options in workout apparel, shoes and health-monitoring devices, golfers and fitness buffs have plenty of choices when it comes to looking cool when golfing,...
Cooling trend RANDY WILLIAMS
Hockey in June seems odd, but it’s showcase time for the NHL. The Stanley Cup playoffs ended too early for fans of the Kings and Ducks, but showing team pride while on the course or out on the town...
A new wrinkle AL PETERSEN
Old and new are converging this spring as Johnnie-O brings back the classic seersucker shorts and pants in what the company is calling its surfsucker line.
Golf and tennis have more in common than being individual sports. A broader appeal demographically and ethnically in addition to being apparel trendsetters have linked the two and added colorful twists on...
High hopes COREY ROSS
While the golf world continues to debate whether there’s a Big Three or Big Four, when it comes to fashion and flair, there’s really only one.
Stretching out BY RANDY O. WILLIAMS
It’s nice living in the Southland and wearing shorts a lot, but when the agenda calls for more formal wear it’s good to know what’s trending in trousers.
Fringe benefits MARY BETH LACY
In a crowded golf apparel world, name recognition is huge. The leadership at Carnoustie Sportswear is hip, so the company sports the moniker of an iconic Scottish course and updates styles and fabrics...