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Bryson DeChambeau is right in the mix on Sunday at TPC Scottsdale, and he’s getting plenty of airtime. As he vies for his second PGA Tour win, Bryson is solidifying himself as one of today’s up-and-coming stylish professional golfers. Whether it’s the eye-catching driver’s cap he wears, or the throwback cardigan he occasionally opts for,
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Long removed from its flowers and chocolates beginnings, Valentine’s Day’s impact on e-commerce is significant. U.S. consumers spent almost $20 billion on Valentine’s Day gifts in 2017, and more than 50 percent of Americans celebrate the holiday each year, according to the National Retail Federation. Everyone enjoys receiving a little special something on February 14th,
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ORLANDO — The 2018 PGA Merchandise Show provided an all-encompassing buffet of golf products, ranging from training aids and drivers to shoes and hoodies. Golf Digest editors combed the floor of the Orange County Convention Center to find the coolest and most stylish golf apparel. As you’ll see, clothing companies are doing everything they can
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The most intriguing collaborations are those that combine opposing ideas to create unique, provocative products. That’s why when Peter Millar, a conservative apparel company, and G/FORE, an edgy, more forward-thinking brand, worked together to design a line of shoes that debuted at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show, the collection raised some eyebrows and got people
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Puma Golf is taking a fashionable new direction for spring, combining mainstream trends with technology designed to enhance on-course performance. The PWRCOOL Digital Camo and Botanic polos exemplify this fusion of fashion with technology. They’re designed with all-over prints and made with a highly functional materials that are designed to draw sweat away from the
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