Whatever your style, driving trends for Spring is TrendyGolf USA with all the golf swagger a guy could ask for.  The way we dress depends on our personalities and destinations, but also sometimes the mood of the day.  For Golfers planning a trip to the islands this Spring, we’ve chosen an Island Hopper style, for the guys who plays for the fresh air we’ve put together the Outdoorsman style, and for the guys that play for fun with friends we have the Young at Heart style.

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Beat the bad weather with these Beetroot colored shorts from PUMA. They will help you beat your competition on the course and even on the 19 hole you will meet the most ladies. Perfect for the golf trip planned to Bermuda later this spring or Nantucket in the summer. To keep the vibe going, pair with the J.Lindberg Ikaro polo.  A luxury short sleeve printed shirt featuring an all over clan check. Upon first glance, the polo looks stiff but it has spandex properties to allow for freedom of swing. You will need a jacket for arriving to the course and at the 19th hole and we recommend the Polo hybrid interlock sport coat, a cotton blend with flexibility for comfort. You will look like you belong in Bermuda with gold buttons, take the look to the extreme with knee high socks. For shoes, the leather Royal Albatross Black Jack Golf  pairs perfectly as it has just enough color with a small strip of blue, pink, brown, and red, with the Champ Q-LOK spikes and a magnetic ball marker.

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For the outdoorsman type, Original Penguin Whitfield Chino will keep you on the fairways and out of the trees. The vibe for this look is earth tones. For the earthy guys who stray away from the synthetics, these 100% cotton provide breathable comfort. Probably not what you should wear if the temp is over 75 degrees because they are not for sweating. However, sometimes synthetics are to thin or itchy so it is a nice option. New and improved for the season, they have nice or casual versatility off the course too. For early spring days, we paired with a Tom Morris Sweater, the king of the classic look. The oversized pockets combined with the shawl neck design aligns with the untraditional style. The heather gray hue will rock your game, not because you will be driving into rocks but in the star kind of away. To keep you grounded we soothe your soul with ECCO’s best selling shoe ever, the Evo Zoe with Hydro technology. 100% leather, quality that will last, and the street look versatility. Ladies would call it accesssorizing but guys just refer to it as stuff. Tom Morris rucksack with compartments for change of clothes, laptop, and jacket when you go right from work to the course. The outside pockets are great for storing small valuables during the round. The fabric is cotton with leather bottom and straps.

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The young at heart generally don’t need a roadmap to navigate wardrobe decisions because like Rickie Fowler, they drive the first paths to style trends. PUMA Roadmap stripe polo in Blue Aster is a technical jersey great for warm days with dry cell fabrication. While typically P

PUMA creates a harmony of colors from head to toe, like hats and gloves to match, we switched up the brand with the RLX Matteo Pant in True Sapphire by Ralph Lauren. The water resistant finish to stay dry and keep mud away so you always look fresh. The hydro performance stretch allows for to be worn from 6am to 11pm without a stitch of uncomfortableness, because all day means different times to everyone. The PUMA Monolite deserves to be on monolith or pedestal, because it truly has it all. Premium materials, lightweight construction, carbon rubber outsole, spikeless versatility, and colors coordinated with the collection. You’ll never want to take them off, and you don’t have to. Full grain completely waterproof leather upper inspired by PUMA’s iconic silhouettes.

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