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GolfWRX goes inside Criquet golf shirts HQ in Austin, Texas



GolfWRX joins the guys at Criquet golf shirts to learn about how they started in the business, their designs, marketing strategies, Austin golf culture, and of course, a little Texas barbecue.

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  1. StormHyd

    Jun 30, 2018 at 12:24 pm

    Austin golf culture hahahaha! We live in Austin and there is 0 golf culture here. Show me great places to practice, show me great places to play vs Houston, Dallas, or anywhere in Florida. Austin, my friends ia not a golf culture place, its all about Yeti coolers, killin beers on a float tube, or hunting period. Daddy had some extra money and slid it to the side for his son to get noticed

  2. Stinky Pete

    Jun 29, 2018 at 3:04 pm

    Dude, they’re just shirts, nothing more! I hate this idea that everything has to be about representing a lifestyle or some ethos they think sounds good on social media. No matter how many times you repeat them, all the silly little meaningless buzzwords in the world aren’t going to make these shirts more than just recycled, overpriced shirts! I guess it is especially tiresome when a “company” does this when there is nothing that they are doing that is inventive, exciting, creative, or the least bit interesting. Ah, whatever. They’re not the first to do this and they certainly won’t be the last.

  3. Mike Honcho

    Jun 29, 2018 at 11:30 am

    Guys from Texas selling cotton golf shirts? Marketing the opposite of genius move to tout that’s the appropriate thread for Texas heat. And the one guy’s name is Hobson, REALLY? I can hear Al Czervik now, “Hey Hobson, move over I’m driving!”.

  4. Eric

    Jun 29, 2018 at 10:39 am

    Just not sure how the business is sustainable offering golf shirts from $75-$95. I love the style of golf shirt, but just don’t see too many people going this route. Hopefully they succeed. Looks like a great product.

    • JJ

      Jun 29, 2018 at 6:37 pm

      I think that price point works if the designs are on point and it’s high quality. I think Peter Millar and Travis Mathew make great stuff that are worth that price although I’d never wear Peter Millar off the course…too golfy/dressy. I’ve found Criquet doesn’t quite have the same quality as those two brands.

  5. gif

    Jun 29, 2018 at 12:09 am

    Any cheap golf shirt from Walmart or Target is adequate. What I want to know is should you clamp your jewels tightly to your scrotom…. or should they dangle freely in the breeze?!!

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