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Interview with Sean Gregg – Antigua’s Head Designer and Director of Product and Development and Marketing

This year, Antigua Golf Apparel based out of Scotsdale, Arizona, is celebrating their 30th Anniversary. It is well known that they routinely test their products under the hottest Desert conditions, so it is no wonder why they are experienced in their superior ability to create dry, comfortable golf apparel. Antigua is the preferred choice for many professional players including Payne Steward, Tom Watson, Bill Mayfair, Annika Sorestam, Richard Swift, the U.S. Ryer Cup Team, and Steve Stricker.... Read More...
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Quality fabrics and colors from around the World featuring Fairway & Greene

Fairway & Greene based out of Shelton, Connecticut is the high-end green-grass apparel market’s unparalleled leader in product quality.  Founded in 1995, Fairway & Greene apparel is currently sold in over 3,500 of the finest private clubs, resorts and pro-shops in the world.  It can be found in such high-end pro-shops in New England as the Newport Country Club in Newport, Rhode Island, the Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Connecticut and the Black Rock Country Club in Hingham, Massachusetts.... Read More...
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An Interview With James Driscoll PGA Tour Professional From Brookline Massachusetts A Team New England Veteran

 2/26/2010  @ TPC Scottsdale  NEGM: "James, Do you recall the first moment in time that you felt a spark about golf?   You know, excited and enthused about the sport? " JD: "I sure do. It was an old Bobby Jones instructional film. Jones was explaining the pitch, while he fired shot after shot into a small circle from about 50 yards out!  I was impressed and fascinated."   NEGM: "Did you play much golf in High School?"    JD: " I went to High School in Brookline, and also went to TAFT. I played Hockey and Golf." ... Read More...
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Good Looks: Is your Style on Par or do you need to work on your Fashion Handicap?

Inspiration for your own personal style is created from numerous sources.  Your personality, your preferences, your time, your dedication level, your comfort requirements, your hobbies, the size of your bank account, and other people.  But most of all, your style should be inspired by the moment you pass a mirror and say man, I look good today!... Read More...
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Good Looks on the Golf Course

The universal attraction to the game of golf is much like that of Barack Obama in that it has the ability to transcend generations, gender, class, race, and geographical locations. The rising popularity of golf fashion has become so remarkable that people are now wearing golf-inspired looks off-the-course such as argyle patterns, polo shirts made with innovative fabrics, golf inspired accessories, and brands developed by PGA players.... Read More...
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The Babe’s here, whose coming in second?

People often say pain is beauty.  The beauty of golf apparel is that it doesn’t have to be painful.  It has a rare ability to make you look stunning and feel comfortable at the same time.  There has been chatter that in general, people dress down more these days.  Maybe because it is more comfortable, maybe because people are too busy, or maybe because dress codes/norms aren’t as strict as they once were.  You have an excuse if are endowed with an unbelieveably high I.Q. like Albert Einstein, who tended to wear the same clothing every day because he couldn’t be bothered.... Read More...
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An Interview With Karen Lovick at Glove It

Sometimes fashion is about taking chances and being bold.  Setting trends is all about creating a look that you love and know others will too.  This is just what Karen Lovcik did when she created Glove IT Nicole Miller.  Here is an interview with Karen and a window into her company: What inspired you come up with the idea for Glove IT? My friends and I were having a...... Read More...