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Apparel 2017: Dad-bods, fear not

Next time you’re idly scrolling through the channels (people still do that, right?) and you come across one of those “classic” tournament reruns from the 1990s, you might be tempted to ask yourself: what happened to all that extra fabric? You...

Post-Christmas Golf Gifts to Get Yourself...

If your Christmas went anything like mine, you didn’t find any golf-related gifts under your tree, and you’re grateful for it. No $20 “rangefinders” or chocolate golf balls or bargain-bin apparel for this guy — my family knows all too well that...

Gear Review: Sunice Ultimate V2 Rain Jacket

If youre even half as into the game as the average Canadian golfer, its pretty much impossible to ignore all the tech talk thats been going on in recent years, from oversized drivers to square grooves to five-layered balls and everything in...

Antigua towels off, lightens up for 2010

The dead of December might not seem like the time to be talking about short sleeves and lightweight, moisture-wicking fabrics, but if youve got a sunbelt destination in your holiday future, this is news you can use. And besides, with all the...

A Phresh Canadian take on golf-course couture

Its a good time to be a young clotheshorse on the golf course _ even better if youre Canadian. The number of prominent Canuck brands making their way onto the worlds fairways these days seems to get more impressive by the year: Hollas and...

Hollas Golf apparel: the fringe benefits of...

I was wearing them for back-to-back birdies during a fun day last month at the new Otter Creek Golf Club outside Woodstock, Ont., and again for a recent return outing at Cardinals surprising Redcrest layout north of Toronto. But it wasnt until...

Review: Sun Mountain’s WeatherShield...

The golf season is underway in those parts of Canada where the runoff has (mostly) evaporated and anxious proprietors, buffeted no doubt by a combination of winter-induced cabin fever and economic apprehension, have opened the first tee. Down...

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