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Matte Grey Captain Polo & Hightower 1/2-Zip Pullover: Made from Matte Grey’s staple LIFE+ACTV fabrication, the polyester blend creates a lightweight, easy care, durable fabric, with added stretch for superior performance and comfort. LIFE+ACTV fabric is built to perform all day long, supporting you from one activity to the next.
Carnoustie Hogan Vest: Carnoustie’s Hogan vest is a stylish layering piece for those warm fall days. The contrast zipper and inner collar add a pop of color, while the performance micro poly fabric is lightweight and breathable.
Chase54 Rendezvous Polo: Chase54’s Rendezvous polo in this spiced coral color is a perfect way to inject some life and energy into a dreary fall day. The barcode stripe design feeds into the heather fabric trend that is taking over the fairways, while the piping around the extended four-button placket offers a vintage vibe. The removable collar stays will keep your collar looking crisp and on point, in more ways than one.
State Apparel Golden Gate Collection: Fresh off of its uber successful Kickstarter campaign, San Francisco-based start-up State Apparel has launched its Golden Gate Collection for fall. The palette of deep pacific blues and rich merlots is perfect for fall and the eye-catching prints make a strong statement. Best of all, State Apparel has transformed golf apparel into equipment by elegantly adding wiping layers to its pants and shirts for cleaning hands, clubs, and golf balls.
Redvanly Wayne Polo: The style of the modern game is hip, athletic and effortless, and up-and-coming brand Redvanly has captured this in its Wayne polo. The razor-sharp fit and contrast lining at the top of the chest pocket bring a chic and modern attitude to the fairways, while the high tech Tencel/polyester blend fabric provides the top-shelf performance that you need.
QED Style Cottonwood Polo: Prints are in vogue this fall and QED Style’s Cottonwood polo with a grey and white floral print will put you on trend. While the Cottonwood offers an eye-catching print, well-appointed details like a thin placket, smaller collar, tailored fit and brushed metal snaps make it stand out from the crowd.
Dunning Golf Yarn Dye Stretch Stripe Jersey Polo: If you are looking to turn heads for all the right reasons, then this fade stripe polo from Dunning Golf should be on your must-have list. This polo plays into two of the biggest trends in golf fashion — color blocked stripes and a fade pattern — while maintaining the classic, low-key vibe that is at the core of Dunning’s DNA.
Devereux Paris @ Night Collection: Pop the champagne. Devereux’s Paris @ Night Collection is bringing a couture look to the fairways. The palette of deep purples, electric blues, gothic grapes, steely greys and black was inspired by the mood of the city at night. High fashion details like rounded club collars, hidden plackets, cut-and-sew designs and button-down collars make this one of the more fashion forward collections of the season.
G/FORE Color Blocked Polo: Big, bold color blocked stripes are trending in the game of golf and few are as daring as this color blocked polo in a blossom pink color from G/FORE. The luxurious cotton/modal blend is super lightweight and possesses a soft hand. The four-way stretch ensures that it performs as good as it looks.
Imperial Keep Warm Knits: One of the best ways to take on Mother Nature and extend the golf season is by investing in a great winter hat. Imperial’s new Keep Warm Knits are built to take on the cold, wind and rain. Part of the brand’s Weather STRONG Collection, these hats are waterproof and lined with a soft, warm fleece. They are available in a spectrum of colors and with or without the bobble.
Callaway Long Sleeved Stretch Windshirt: Callaway’s Long Sleeved Stretch Windshirt is a great looking layering piece for fall, but also has serious substance. The Opti-Repel technology provides a barrier of protection against the elements, while the Opti-Stretch technology uses interwoven layers of Spandex and Lycra to maximize range of motion. The adjustable cuffs provide inner protection from the wind and a velcro closure adjusts to size to prevent excess material from hampering your swing.
Bobby Jones Baby Alpaca V-Neck Sweater: When you think golf sweaters, you think argyle. Every golfer needs at least one in his on-course wardrobe. This one from Bobby Jones is sophisticated and stylish. Fabricated from 100% baby alpaca, it packs in the warmth without packing on the bulk. Plus, the black stitching helps to elevate the all-over pattern.
TravisMathew Working for the Weekend Collection: While PGA TOUR players are working to get to the weekend, the rest of us are working for the weekend. This is the theme behind TravisMathew’s casual and cool collection for the season. From polos to knits and jeans to board shorts, TravisMathew’s laid-back threads are ready to hit the links, the surf, the pub or wherever your weekend adventures take you this fall.
J.Lindeberg Golf Laurent AC Merino Sweater: Tired of the same old layering options? J.Lindeberg Golf’s Laurent sweater with a trendy herringbone pattern puts a fresh spin on the traditional button front cardigan. The contrast details and front pockets give this sweater a casual edge, allowing it to easily transition to off-course settings. Plus, the cold wash merino wool will save you a trip to the dry cleaners.
Under Armour Storm 1/2-Zip Sweater: Jordan Spieth rocked this water repellent sweater from Under Armour throughout the Open Championship. While your ball striking may be a bit different from Jordan’s, the UA Storm technology and soft heathered fleece will keep you just as warm and dry as the number one player in the world.
Adidas Golf Climaheat Concept Fill Jacket: Without a doubt, the hottest trend to hit the fairways this fall is quilted jackets and vests. Jason Day brought Adidas Golf’s Climaheat Concept Fill Jacket to the forefront at the Open Championship. The brand’s ClimaHeat™ fabric provides maximum warmth while maintaining freedom of movement.
Arccos GPS Stat Tracking Platform | With the introduction of devices like Arccos's GPS stat tracking platform, dad can get realtime stats on his mobile without having to keep tabs on putts and fairways hit. The club-to-cloud device features 14 sensors that attach to the butt-end of each grip. Once paired via Bluetooth to the Arccos iPhone app, the system logs real-time information on distances hit, club averages, driving accuracy, greens in regulation, sand saves, putts and more.(Price:$399.99)
SuperStroke TX1 Tour Extreme grips | SuperStroke putter grips are so popular that they started working with players on a new project: Club grips. They came up with a traditional grip with high quality materials and two different durometers. The cross-traction pattern on the bottom half of the grip makes the grip feel softer while also wicking away moisture. The top half of the grip is slightly firmer and has a cord-infused design that offers traction and control. (Price: $8.99 per grip)
Titleist 2015 Pro V1 and Pro V1x | Titleist is offering free personalization on custom orders of all balls. It includes up to three lines of block text (17 characters per line) on each ball in black, blue, green, red or pink ink. The big story surrounding the new balls is a thermoset urethane elastomer cover that offers a softer feel with more short game spin and control. The cover and the improved paint system make for an aerodynamically more consistent golf ball. (Price: $47.99)
PING Glide wedge | PING's new Glide provides short-game performance, trajectory and spin control for every wedge shot. The wedge was designed with a Dyla-wedge grip that's 3/4 of an inch longer than standard length to encourage gripping down to control the ball's flight. The CFS Wedge shaft is also optimized in weight, flex and balance for a stable feel and lower ball flights. Glide comes in standard, wide and thin sole designs for different angles of attack and turf conditions.(Price: $129.99)
PUMA TitanTour golf shoes (U.S. Open edition) | Dad won't tee it up in the U.S. Open, but at least he can wear the shoes Rickie Fowler will be sporting at Chambers Bay. Fowler's limited edition, U.S. Open-inspired Puma TitanTour shoes come in a red, white and blue colorway and feature Puma's temperature-regulating outlast that was developed for NASA to regulate temperature in spacesuits. The outlast is positioned in the sockliner top cloth and helps manage heat. (Price: $190)
Callaway Bertha Mini 1.5 | Callaway's new Bertha Mini 1.5 is a wood for the golfer that doesn't mind sacrificing a few yards for additional accuracy. The 235cc Bertha Mini 1.5 combines the workability of a fairway wood with driver-like distance. The club is about an inch-and-a-half shorter than the typical driver, which allows golfers to make more consistent impact. A cambered Warbird Sole (first introduced in the late 1980s) also improves the club's playability off the turf. (Price: $299.99)
Bushnell Tour X rangefinder | The new face plate system on Bushnell's Tour X gives the best of both worlds: a rangefinder that has a slope option — the function gives the exact yardage regardless of elevation change — as well as a non-slope option that's permitted during tournament play. It is accurate to within 1/2-yard and boasts 5 yards - 1,300 yards ranging performance. (Price: $499.99)
BirdieBox | The Els for Autism Father's Day Edition BirdieBox is a great option that won't put a dent in your wallet. The silver BirdieBox — the box also comes in gold and platinum — comes with a number of golf items the four-time major winner picked out, including 1 Limited Edition polo, 1 pair of Stable26 socks, a sleeve of TaylorMade Tour Preferred golf balls and an Els for Autism I-ONICS Power Sport Band. A percentage of each sale will benefit the Els for Autism Foundation. (Price: $79.95)
Ashworth Indigo Collection | If dad needs a golf apparel upgrade, look no further than Ashworth's Indigo Collection. The newest line is made with Merino wool and Ashworth’s newest apparel technology PRIMATEC cotton — a premium performance fabric that quickly disperses moisture. Ashworth’s natural performance philosophy also pays homage to links-style courses, designs that will be featured in this year’s remaining major championships. (Price: Varies)