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Callaway Apparel launches 2021 Spring/Summer collections

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Callaway Apparel has announced the launch of its Spring/Summer 2021 collections featuring pieces for men and women designed to offer a wide range of lifestyle and performance pieces blending enhanced styling, technically advanced fabrics and performance-driven designs.

Speaking on the Spring/Summer 2021 collections, Lupe Benitez, SVP of Design at Callaway Apparel, said

“These collections illustrate the importance we place on performance for today’s active golfer. Our design team has done a great job engineering technically superior products with an emphasis on function and on-trend styles. These collections are designed specifically to help golfers feel stylish, confident and comfortable so they can perform their best.”

In 2021, Callaway Apparel is putting a larger focus on its sustainability initiatives with the introduction of their new Eco fabrics. Utilized in all men’s and women’s fashion styles, Callaway Eco products are manufactured with up to 30% recycled polyester made from previous used plastic bottles.

In addition, Callaway has infused the collection with a wide variety of additional performance features including Swing Tech, Opti-Dri, UV Block, Engineered Ventilation and more.

Highlights of the 2021 Spring/Summer collection include:

Swing Tech Ventilated Heather Jacquard and Fine Line Stripe Polos – $65

EverPlay Pant – $85

TruSkript Skorts – $70

SwingTech Short Sleeve Color Block Dress – $90

The Men’s and Women’s Spring/Summer 2021 collections are available now at www.callawayapparel.com, select retailers and leading golf and country clubs around the world.

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Puma unveils new Spring Break Collection

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Puma Golf has launched the latest series in their 2021 Tracks collections: The Spring Break Collection.

The collection features an all-over, on-trend botanical print designed to have golfers dreaming of Spring Break and a tropical paradise.

The collection is highlighted by an eye-catching ‘onesie’, a matching polo and shorts set, along with new colorways of the popular RS-G shoes (one for men and one for women), and some fun accessories. 

Puma Spring Break Collection

The Sabbatical Polo ($80) – “Featuring a bold, all-over botanical print this polo is designed for a good time on or off the course. Pairs perfectly with our matching Sabbatical Short for the ultimate vacation vibes.”

The Sabbatical Short ($70) – “Featuring a bold, all-over botanical print, and a drawstring, elastic waistband, this is the perfect short for a beach vacation, or a sunny round of golf. Pairs perfectly with our matching Sabbatical Polo for the ultimate vacation vibes.”

Spring Break Reversible Bucket Cap ($40) – “Superior shade, comfort and spring break vibes.”

Spring Break Trucker Cap ($35) – “Whether you’re playing 9 or hanging at the beach, this trucker hat will keep the warm-weather vibes going.”

RS-G Paradise Shoes – Women’s ($130) – “Delivering tropical, floral vibes often found in paradise. The shoe features a pink upper with an all-over floral print sole. These shoes are bold, stylish and designed to turn heads on and off the course.”

RS-G Paradise Shoes – Men’s ($130) – “Delivering tropical, floral vibes often found in paradise. The shoe features a tonal navy upper with an all-over floral print sole. These shoes are bold, stylish and designed to turn heads on and off the course.”

The Spring Break Collection is available from today at PumaGolf.com.

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‘One length irons – Wow!’ – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been reacting to a post from WRXer ‘Wings02’, who recently tested out Cobra’s one-length irons and has come away very impressed. ‘Wingso2’ says:

“I went to a Cobra Golf Demo/fitting day Friday to satisfy my curiosity about the one length irons. They had a set made up with their King forged Tec One head. They had a KBS lite steel shaft, regular flex. As most of you know, the length is based on a seven iron.

Obviously, you will notice the biggest difference in the PW and longer irons. There is a strange sort of confidence in both the short irons and longer irons in the following sense; although the shaft length of the pitching wedge seems long, you have the confidence that you can easily hit the yardage that you need without swinging too hard.

On the other hand, when you put a four or a five iron in your hands, it seems like a very easy club to hit. This was definitely the case for me. I know personally when I hit a ladies 3,4,5 iron, they seem very easy to hit. This was the same feeling I got when I hit the Cobra one length set. 

Bryson DeChambeau discussed his thoughts on the one length iron set in one of the current golf magazines. He felt that all golfers should be using that setup. Besides him being a student of the game, he really understands the physics and logic of both the physical swing and equipment used.

The cynical side of me could come to the conclusion that he is saying that to boost sales of Cobra irons. I really don’t think that is the case, especially after trying a set on the range. I’m actually surprised that more people, especially amateur golfers, are not opting to go with this setup. For those of you that have either tried or own a set, what are your thoughts?

As a side note, I found the King forged tech-head was phenomenal. I am used to using graphite for many years and cannot believe the feel I was getting even using the KBS steel shaft. The profile of these heads looks as great as they feel. I have hit many sets of the new hollow cavity heads, including briefly owning a set of GEN 3 PXG irons. The performance of the King Cobra heads were the best of the bunch.”

And our members have been reacting to the post in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • OsnolaKinnard: “Welcome to the party pal! I am on my 3rd year with a set of Edel SLS01 irons, and I love them.”
  • LPSISCO: “I tried the single length Cobra irons last year. The 4,5,6,7 were really easy to hit for me; the 4 and 5 were much better than a normal set. But the wedges were horrible; I could not get used to them at all. I’d like to try a 2 length system – 4 thru 7 at a 7 iron length, 8 thru Gap at PW length.”
  • lefthack: “Yeah, I like the concept; I just know my gaps in the top end would suffer and relearn to chip would also take a while.”

Entire Thread: “‘One length irons – Wow!'”

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PXG launches Spring/Summer 2021 apparel collection

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PXG has launched its Spring Summer 2021, a sport-fashion collection inspired by the resilience and strength of communities over the past year.

The SS21 collection features modern designs that are highly performative, with 80 pieces that marry fashion and function.

A highlight from the SS21 collection is the PXG Logo taping details that bring an edgy look to classic PXG pieces, including cashmere sweaters and traditional A-line sweep skirts.

 

Expanding on the black and white monochromatic color palette synonymous with PXG Apparel, the custom “Paratrooper Blue” hue was created exclusively for this collection. Inspired by the vivid Arizona skies and their juxtaposition with the landscape, “Paratrooper Blue” is vibrant, designed to add definition and flare to key pieces throughout the collection, inviting wearers to “Soar into Spring.”

Speaking on the PXG SS21 collection, Renee Parsons, President and Executive Creative Director of PXG Apparel, said

“I have witnessed incredible adaptability from our communities as we have had to adjust to a new normal. This has not only inspired us to create a collection that reflects confidence and resilience but has also influenced new designs anchored in soft, technical fabrics and transitional pieces that provide comfort, style, and ease.”

The collection includes loungewear, performance-driven jackets and tailored pants. It features knitting techniques such as jacquard and intarsia and performance features like UPF protection, ergonomic seams, and snap plaquettes to ensure its wearer’s confidence through sleek composition, expert fit, and performance on or off the golf course.

 

In addition, PXG has joined the conversation surrounding sustainable fashion by incorporating recycled yarn created from the recovery and transformation of nylon carpets, fishing nets, and other landfill-bound products.

 

This fabrication is breathable, light, eco-friendly and maintains its commitment to sports performance. PXG has pledged to expand its sustainability efforts for Fall Winter 2021.

The collection is available now at PXG.com.

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