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The New Golf Style

You May Shank, but You May Not Look Sloppy

By Najib Benouar
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In the never-ending quest to bring current menswear sensibilities to the golf course, we’re making progress, people. Things are getting better. Here are three labels to know and pick up before you hit the links this spring:

Linksoul
Their style compass has its pin dropped right at the intersection of Southern California and golf style. They count Bill Murray and Justin Timberlake as fans, so that must mean there’s something for everyone.

Long Sleeve Full Button Piqué Shirt
It’s a polo shirt all grown up. A shirt like this can lead to on-course and off-course greatness.

Woven Bucket Hat
Ah, yes, a nice understated bucket hat. This must be why Bill Murray is a fan.


Rhone
They’ve infused gold nanoparticles into their clothes, which results in better moisture-wicking, odor neutralization and a three-times-faster drying speed. And we’re sure your game could also benefit from the Midas touch.

Sequoia Air 1/4 Zip
You should always pack a lightweight three-quarter zip—it’s a must for any golf outing. This one looks great plus fits in all that good tech.

Fade Seamless Polo
A high-performance polo for a high-performance golfer, like yourself. Or close enough.


Devereux
This new label was designed to make the easiest transition from the course to regular life. And vice versa. Because you never know when happy hour might turn into a quick back nine.

Cruiser Hybrid Shorts
In fact, these shorts will even make the transition from land to water easy—which has you covered for impromptu beach days and water hazard days.

Alexander Sweater
Here’s a trusty cardigan that works just as well on the course as under a blazer. Possibly a green one.

Najib Benouar has been known on occasion to write about menswear, ice cream scoops and all other manner of gentlemanly pursuit.

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