A partnership with a golf legend, sustainable materials, colorful prints, and more.
By Suzanne S. Brown
Just a year after launching, Lohla Sport has partnered with golf legend Annika Sorenstam, who will exclusively wear its styles at golf tournaments and events. Veteran golf-industry executive Lisa O’Hurley ( left) started Lohla to suit activities where fashion,fit and movability come into play, $90 to $250. lohlasport.com
Scott Morrison and Bob Conrad met as golfers at the University of Washington in the 1990s but didn’t take their commitment to sustainability to the next level until 2020. Made of such natural fibers as Pima cotton and Tencel, Radmor’s collection includes cotton pique polos, $110 and $115. radmorgolf.com
Betsy Rittenhouse and Lynn Kaltman started Belyn Key in 2016 to offer women’s apparel in high-quality fabrics and flattering silhouettes. This year’s Sabrina collection of florals and stripes includes sleeveless tops, $106 and $108 (reversible), and contrast-banded skorts, $116. belynkey.com
Ronan Galvin learned to play golf at a par-3 course in San Diego, carrying just a few clubs. That idea stuck with him and two years ago, he and a couple of friends created the Loma bag. It weighs two pounds, holds six clubs and has multiple features, $120. sundaygolf.com
Andrew Vega created Chuco Golf—the name a truncated version of “pachuco,” or “welldressed man.” Stylish elements from the Colorado brand include the cheerful heritage-inspired logo and printed fabrics on shirt plackets and inside collars, $59 to $79. chucogolf.com
New and Improved
For the 17 years it has made the Tour360 golf shoe, Adidas has continually added performance features for pros like Dustin Johnson and Danielle Kang. The 2022 version boasts recycled components, the 360Wrap design to lock in and support the foot, and six chunky spikes, $210 and $250 (BOA lacing system). adidas.com
Sleek and Stylish
InPhorm activewear offers function for the golf course but is fashionable enough to wear off it. The capri legging is made of a stretch knit compression fabric, $84. The color-blocked mock neck in an antimicrobial wicking material works on chilly days or when UV-protection is a priority, $68. inphormnyc.com
Contributor Suzanne S. Brown is the former fashion editor of The Denver Post.
This article can also be found in the 2022 April Issue of Colorado AvidGolfer.