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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...

Gear Review: AUR Aware golf shirt

For some, the search for the perfect piece of golf equipment never seems to end: if it isnt the driver youre looking to replace, its the flat stick; if not the fairway wood, its one of your wedges. And if youre still on speaking terms with all...

Dunning Golf talking up new 2009 premium...

Dunning Golf fans, pay attention: the Markham, Ontario golf apparel designer is ramping up the buzz surrounding its forthcoming “Premium Sportswear Collection” for Spring 2009 _ a top-shelf, retro-inspired line due to hit high-end...

Second Skin Makes Inroads

Company news crossing the G4G desk this morning: Second Skin Garment Companys renewed commitment to promotional and corporate golf apparel is paying dividends for the Toronto-based company. One of our business goals in 2008 has been to return...

Ashworth seeks to reclaim former golf glory

[photopress:ashworth.jpg,full,alignleft]It was once a titan of golf fashion, a high-flying brand name that was synonymous with one of the most popular, smooth-swinging players on the PGA Tour. But as Fred Couples slipped from the limelight, so...

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