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Golf apparel is so much more than what we wear on the course and we’ve seen this intersection of fashion meeting function and comfort as a growing trend each year. Take 5 to learn more about 5 up-and-coming apparel brands focused on making high-quality products that are versatile and unique.

Bonus: all 5 of these brands will be showcasing their latest lines at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.

1. tasc Performance – PGA Show Insider Debut, Summer 2016
With the 2017 Presidents Cup well underway, we can’t help but be reminded of tasc Performance who made their break into the golf industry during the 2015 Presidents Cup while providing the before and after round gear to all of the players. Fun Fact: 90% of the energy used to produce their garments is renewable. Learn More Here>>

2. G/Fore – PGA Show Insider Debut, Winter 2016
Mossimo Giannulli is no stranger to the fashion world and when it comes to golf, it’s his passion. Though you may not find the latest golf apparel trends in G/Fore’s line, that’s ok because what you will find is unique, luxurious styles that push the envelope when it comes to golf apparel. Learn More Here>>

3. Tzu Tzu Sport – PGA Show Insider Debut, Winter 2017
Tzu Tzu Sport has been the Top Buyers Choice Winner at not one but two PGA Shows this year—proving top buyers across the globe are taken with Tzu Tzu’s colorful women’s wear featuring eye-catching embellishments, sassy details and a flattering fit. Learn More Here>>

4. Katherine Way Collection – PGA Show Insider Debut, Fall 2016
Made in the USA, certified UPF 50+ sunscreen protected and designed by women, for women… what else could you want in a women’s apparel brand? How about flattering fits, trendy designs and styles that can take you from the course to dinner with your friends and everything in between! Fun Fact: Katherine Way is another former Top Buyers’ Choice Award Winner! Learn More>>

5. Galvin Green – PGA Show Insider Debut, Winter 2017
Fashion meets function with Galvin Green—family owned and focused on offering products that help your customers perform their best, regardless of the weather conditions. Fun Fact: check out their website’s “Dress for the Weather” section—choose the climate and conditions and they’ll suggest products. Learn More Here>>

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