In the Short Grass: Get Patriotic!
With the return of Olympics Golf to the world stage after a 112-year hiatus today and the Ryder Cup being held on American soil later in the fall, it’s time to crack out the patriotic apparel or do some searching for some new duds.
What better to place to start than Loudmouth Golf.
In late May, the company synonymous with its spokesperson and two-time major champion John Daly, introduced a new clothing line called The Woodworth Collection.
The collection features a patented TekFIT® waistband, which offers 1-2″ of invisible stretch by using a patented compaction and fusing technology, giving you a custom fit with continuous stretch and recovery. The waistband also features a gripper to keep your golf shirts neatly tucked in for all 19 holes.
The shorts are made with stretch-tech poly fabric offering moisture control for optimal comfort. In addition to being fade resistant, they also offer the convenience of an anti-wrinkle and shrink-free garment making them perfect to pack for golf trips and vacations.
“Many of our customers love the feel of cotton. But others requested a modern care-free poly. So we developed a virtually bulletproof pant that will look as good in 25 years as they do today,” says Loudmouth Founder & Designer, Woody. “They are a high quality product, and well worth the investment. Imagine the joy on your son’s face when you pass down these beauties!”
Daly even tweeted recently, “Newest line that I’ve been wearing – great fit & feel! Luv’em!”
The Woodworth Collection is now available for men in pants and shorts and women’s skorts. New and classic Loudmouth patterns available include: Shagadelic White, Stars & Stripes, and Flagadelic. In addition, two new patterns will be added to the collection later this summer, Particle Accelerator and Lava Flow.
Trust me, I’ve tried on the Stars & Stripes shorts. It’s a perfect sleek fit, a clean and crisp look, and your golf buddies will be saying “Where did you get those?”
Plus, you will always have the perfect piece of clothing to crack out to celebrate our nation’s rich history of holidays and of course, any social outing or sporting-event.
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