- Sep 5, 2008
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Aren’t they mainly known for raingear? I’ve seen that in the wild but not sure I’ve ever seen shirts and pants from them.
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Keith Mitchell in Sid Mashburn is a great look.Anyone want to share anything about golf clothing, where they shop for and what they are doing?
A lot of newer brands out there but filled with a whole lot of small collar polos, and Tommy bahama feel.
Interesting articles about Sid Mashburn as golf clothing in WSJ.
Strackaline seems to be the benchmark. GolfLogix gives you 60-80% of Strackaline for 30% of the price...Maybe an obscure question but yardage and greens books - Anyone tried any of the online companies that make them or have a favorite vendor? Have a few trips and tournaments this summer and won't have local caddies available everywhere. Seems like there are maybe 3 or 4 bigger options.
That was basically what it looked like. Also looked at PuttView which might be sort of between them. Might just end up ordering Logix and PuttView for my club and test it out somewhere I know well since they’re relatively cheap.Strackaline seems to be the benchmark. GolfLogix gives you 60-80% of Strackaline for 30% of the price...
I love the TSi. I was never very good at getting launch with a fairway off the deck but I can absolutely bear down on a ball and make it on the green of a long par 5 in 2 if my game is working out for me.How are the TSi going?
Highest lofted wedge is only 56*?