A while ago, golf polos and the ones you wanted to wear to the office or to dinner went their separate ways. The first becomes an eye-catching logo-embroidered polyester, while the second leans even more into its classic appeal. Unfortunately, a lot of the guys didn’t get their farewell memos—which explains the crowds of gleeful golf fans that congregate for their pro shop picks. Todd Snyder and FootJoy want to change all of that. A couple of weeks ago, they teamed up with polos that looked great on the 19th hole as well as on the jacket (bonus points if it’s green and you’ve won the Masters).
The standout style is the duo’s houndstooth-patterned polo sweater, a beautifully patterned figure that feels more like the kind of panties you’d expect to see at a flashy Hollywood premiere — no must be the typical fair when you wear the green tricolor. But because it’s a FootJoy joint, it also boasts all the comfort you need at teeing off, thanks to a viscose/nylon blend that’s airy and light without compromising yoga gear territory.
FootJoy has made a concentrated effort to revive the old traditional style of golf around the world, paying particular attention to the saddle-style laces worn by professionals throughout the long history of the game — the kind. was only recently usurped by their sneaker-y shoes. partner. But the brand’s partnership with Todd Snyder serves as a reminder that golf legends like Arnold Palmer also hit points of connection in apparel that won’t go out of style in most properties. common today: classic straight trousers, shirt without any kind of gauche company logo.
Their knit polo is just the latest move in a growing effort to inspire new golfers, professional or amateur, to embrace a bit of classic style on the course — by The way to make shirts also has a double effect at brunch.
https://www.gq.com/story/todd-snyder-footjoy-knit-polo Todd Snyder x FootJoy Just Dropped the Retro-Doused Knit Polo of Your Dreams