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  1. Is there a better golf shirt brand than Peter Millar? Every time I go play a new course or go on a trip, the first thing I look for in the pro shop is the Peter Millar Section. I've tried to play in Travis Matthew and Nike, but it's just not as comfortable as Peter Millar in my opinion. What's your go to brand whenever you're looking to pick up a new golf polo?
  2. So as we're heading into the 'lets play golf' months but it's still bloody freezing I got myself a new jacket. Price £250 as of the time of reviewing. I love my GG IFC-1 Gilet (reviewed here) but sometimes it's too cold to play sleeveless so I thought - I'll get myself the vest with sleeves. It's the 2018 version of the Bruce that I liked a lot, but it has some happily welcome upgrades. It's good looking enough that I dont mind popping to a pub while wearing it. The zips don't catch the material anymore (!) and it has the all important pocket! Which was the main reason I upgraded the 2017 Bruce. The material is great, stretchy, water resistant to the point of me sometimes not being bothered to take out my waterproofs at all if I see the rain will stop in under 30 minutes. The collar is also soft and comfortable. I played in it in temperatures between -3 to 8/9 degrees. When the temps were higher I found myself wanting to change thermals for a tee underneath, or swap the jacket for the sleeveless gilet. As a guy that sweats a lot it does take the moisture away, so you don't feel like you've just been swimming in your clothes. It was paired mostly with some body warmers and an insula pullover underneath. Warm, comfortable, with great quality, looks and moisture management. And most importantly - it doesn't restrict my golf swing. If you're in the market for a jacket this season - buying this one is a no brainer. Feel free to ask any questions as usual.
  3. A disclaimer - I love a good gilet. Most of the time I wear a base layer, some mid-warm stuff + a gilet. It keeps you warm, it's a great top layer, it restricts movement less than a jacket, and you can still put your waterproofs over it. November - March I tend to wear them 9/10 times while playing so I thought I'll share my thoughts as to what and why. I've had quite a few from Nike, through UA to Ralph Lauren and Boss. First one I was using A LOT was a Galvin Green Insula. It was basically a comfortable fleece. But it was getting soaked within seconds when it was even a little drizzly so I thought 'Hey, I'll upgrade". So last year after again one too many beers I've bought more golf clothes. One of the items was Oscar Jacobson Caleb Vest RRP £110, but can be bought for £65 online in the UK. It's a great. Padded, windproof, water-repellant gilet. Now that the Interface-1 Galvin Green stuff came out, I thought I'll compare the 2. As their top-of-the range product it retails at £189.95. First thought - pockets. I got a little used to no pockets last year while wearing their Bruce jacket. The Logan has 1 chest pocket. It's good enough to keep a scorecard, pencil and a packet of cigarettes for me. So it kind of works. It's true to it's size guide - which is really good as I buy most stuff online and hate dealing with returns. It's a little ticker than the OJ but doesn't add any weight or bulk. Which I like. And it wicks the sweat away great. The top of the gilet makes a difference. GGs collar when zipped up is more comfortable to wear. And when carrying your bag, the strap doesn't slide down your shoulder. Which for me makes it alone worth the money, as the 'sliding shoulder' even when carrying the bag down the street annoys me to no end. https://www.instagram.com/p/Beux8CThCLr Bottom line - they're both warm and comfortable. I like the style of GG a little more with the multi-material combos. GG is better in a few places I mentioned, the OJ zip also catches the fabric underneath A LOT. For me the price difference is justifiable as I will use it a lot. If you're an avid golfer I can recommend it without a doubt. 5/5 from me.
  4. Came across these guys today snooping around Facebook Kings Cross Golf http://www.kingscrossknickers.com/ Classic Golf Knickers & Apparell Kings Cross is a line of golf apparel inspired by golf's rich, centuries-old history. Originating in Europe and most strongly rooted in Scotland, folklore has it that players dressed in kilts to reflect their heritage. By the mid-20th century, knickers and sweater vests had become the transatlantic signature golf outfit. Honoring the evolution of golf fashion, the Kings Cross mission is to create a clothing line that respects the integrity of traditional golf style, while giving it a fresh, fun spin. We at Kings Cross understand the desire to preserve golf's rich centuries old traditions. That is why we created a respectable line of golf knickers and apparel that can be worn with pride. Knickers! Made of 100% fine Egyptian cotton, our solid plus-four Classic Stewart Golf Knickers epitomize sharp simplicity and provide tremendous comfort from the first to the eighteenth hole. Classic pleated front design with 2 front pockets, a watch pocket and 2 rear double besom pockets. Partial elastic waistband for greatest comfort. The hem closure utilizes the classic buckle design to give the most adjustable fit. http://www.kingscrossknickers.com/store/Men-s-Classic-Stewart-Golf-Knickers.html Dress Shirt! Designed in a traditional dress shirt style, our 100% cotton button down dress shirt is professional and stylish, while providing ultimate performance and carrying you through your finest golf swing. http://www.kingscrossknickers.com/store/Men-s-Hogan-Golf-Dress-Shirt.html Looks like they also offer Women's and Children's lines as well.
  5. Let's face it, getting dressed for golf these days can be a costly endeavor. If you're not aware the MBP is a very frugal shopper, some will say cheap, I choose to think of it as budget conscious decisions. So looking through my closet and at recent purchases I came to realize I have some nice golf clothes and didn't pay a ton. And it dawned on me - why am I not sharing this in case it can give others ideas. So starting today I'll be keeping this as a running thread of all my golf wardrobe fashion finds and deals. To kick us off I give you the sub $50 outfit: Shirt by RW&Co on sale $24 - http://www.rw-co.com/Short-sleeve-polo-with-woven-collar/725983,default,pd.html?dwvar_725983_color=Evening%20blue&start=7 A reinvented classic, thanks to its contrasting woven collar and button placket. Regular fit Tailored collar Chest buttoned pockets Pants by Haggar "Cool 18" Flat front straight fit - On sale at Costco for $15 http://www.haggar.com/product/index.jsp?productId=32413636&cp=4011449.32728136&cp=4011449.32728136 No Iron Moisture Wicking Comfort Stretch Fabric Belt by Social Era $10 - http://social-era.myshopify.com/collections/all Silicone 4cm strap that is infused with vanilla scent - plastic buckle in the same color way as the strap
  6. Callaway have launched their official apparel website http://www.callawayapparel.com/ which includes a discount on your first purchase - Code: CALWELCOME Thoughts on Callaway clothing?
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