Originally Posted by JeffsWood
Okay here is my $.02 on golf wear. I’m not a great golfer – I play to “Conservitive” – think fuller cut pants – flat front or pleated, and golf shirts with collars “European” – thin cut pants, flat fronts, white belts, slim shirts, bolder colours patterns “Sporty” – pants that have jeans cuts, microfiber shirts, sneaker/casual style shoes – this can be done well but don’t go there yet.
my sentiments exactly. examples of sharp dressers from every category. Conservative: Phil Mickleson(his fits have gotten better recently), Tiger Woods(except for his very baggy pants), Davis Love III(sleeves are a bit too long, but thats what this category is about, right?) Brands: Polo Golf, Cutter and Buck... European: Camilo Villegas(executes this look perfectly), jasper parnevik, Adam Scott(falls somewhere in between Conservative and Euro, but I put him here) Sporty - you won't find many examples of this on tour, because the dress code doesn't really allow for this look at many private clubs PGA plays at. tech polos and mocks, shorts with sneakers and ankle socks, etc. is basically the look brands: Nike, Adidas, etc my personal favorite golf clothing brands are J Lindeberg and RLX. You get the tech polos that actually fit(still, I would only wear the non-cotton ones on the links). You look like a golfer, but not the stereotypical badly dressed one.