Golf News – June 23, 2016

BA Collage2BRADLEY ALLAN Introduces Premium Men’s Golf-Lifestyle Apparel

Polos, Bottoms, Accessories Feature Modern Fit, Refined Fabrics and Exceptional Versatility

(Toronto, Canada) – BRADLEY ALLAN – sophisticated, modern golf apparel designed for the golf course and beyond – debuts its line of premium men’s polos, shorts, pants, sweaters and accessories.

From veteran designer Brad Franklin, BRADLEY ALLAN celebrates classic designs while emphasizing a modern fit, innovative fabric blends and seamless transition to everyday wear. Drawing inspiration from current menswear trends, BRADLEY ALLAN allows golfers to enjoy technical performance without sacrificing their personal style.

“Designing for world-class brands and learning from amazing people has prepared me to now explore an opportunity I see in the marketplace,” says Brad Franklin, Founder and Creative Director of BRADLEY ALLAN. “Amid so many athletic looks, I was having a hard time finding on-course performance that aligned with my off-course aesthetic. This is the void BRADLEY ALLAN intends to fill.”

The core of BRADLEY ALLAN is a range of polos ($79-$89) that blend soft Pima cotton and technical fabrics for a rich hand with superb moisture management. A modern fit – not boxy or too slim – suits all body types in sleeve length and across the chest. A sophisticated color palette and thoughtful details easily shift to business or casual settings.

Additional BRADLEY ALLAN offerings include shorts ($79) and pants ($94) crafted from a lightweight cotton-polyester blend with a hint of stretch for enhanced cooling and comfort. For early morning rounds a superfine merino quarter-zip sweater ($109) provides a slim silhouette and regulates body temperature via wool’s natural performance.

For more information visit www.bradley-allan.com

print-tour-velvet_1 (1)Top Players Trust Their Games To Golf Pride Grips At The 2016 U.S. Open

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. … Power management company Eaton announced today that its Golf Pride Grips Division was the leading swing grip and putter grip brand played at the 116th U.S. Open this past week at the esteemed Oakmont Country Club.

The #1 Grip in Golf claimed 9 players who finished in the top 10, including the 2016 champion, who relied on Tour Velvet model grips in his first career major victory.  In all, 118 players competing at the 2016 U.S. Open trusted their games to Golf Pride grips, with the nearest competitor having 17.

“Over the past decade, 9 out of 10 U.S. Open Champions have relied on Golf Pride,” said Brandon Sowell, global sales and marketing director for Golf Pride. “We genuinely appreciate that our performance grips are the last thing a player has in his hands before raising the championship trophy, including at one of the game’s biggest events – the U.S. Open.  To see that our products are consistently trusted to perform under golf’s most demanding conditions and that they continue to deliver is both rewarding and inspiring to our future innovations.”

Through the 2016 U.S. Open, 80% of the top ten players in the Official World Golf Rankings trust their games to Golf Pride grips.  To view Golf Pride’s entire line of products played at Oakmont visit www.golfpride.com.

MaxAttack_Mens_hd_1600MaxAttack_Womens_hd_1600Nike Golf Air Zoom 90 OG Pack

Nike Air Zoom 90 OG Pack, the newest product from the Nike Golf Club Collection culls inspiration and color cues from the iconic Air Max 90 sneaker. Fashioned expressly for the course, it is the first pack from the Nike Golf Club Collection to feature unique pieces for both men and women, including a Bright Crimson Nike Air Zoom 90 IT shoe, AW84 cap, t-shirt and polo.

The Nike Golf Club Collection: Air Zoom 90 OG Pack will be available at nike.com and select retailers beginning July 1.

 

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Matt Meeker

Matt lives in sunny Orlando with his wife who allows his golf obsession to stretch the limits of normalcy. He's also a proud coach with The First Tee of Central Florida who loves teaching kids about golf and life skills.

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