Introducing the Tourney Apparel Line

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“The Tourney Collection harkens back to ’60s, ’70s and even ’80s when golf style was super sophisticated.” – GVC CEO Ed Byman

Originally associated with the MacGregor Tourney-branded golf clubs, the premium Tourney apparel line blends iconic style with modern performance. The stand-alone apparel line currently features five polo styles, a ¼ zip Pullover, flat-front shorts, and pants. Here’s what you need to know about each piece in the Tourney apparel line.

Tourney Apparel Line


Ace Polo

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The Ace Polo has a classic fit and tailored collar. The shirt is made of 100% moisture wicking microfiber polyester pique that’s easy to care for and has a soft, textured feel. Side vents make the shirt breathable in warm weather.

Medalist Polo

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The next shirt in the lineup is the Medalist Polo. The 100% microfiber polyester jersey material gives the shirt a soft, smooth feel. The pearlized buttons pop against the main color of the shirt. The Medalist Polo boasts a classic fit, tailored color, side vents, and moisture wicking characteristics, similar to the Ace Polo.

Brassie Polo

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The Brassie Polo has a more vivid stripe pattern than the Medalist Polo. The luxe-feeling polo is made of 100% microfiber polyester jersey that wicks moisture away, keeping you comfortable. The Brassie Polo has a classic fit and anti-curl knit collar, ensuring you look your best at all times.

Dell Polo

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The Dell Polo is a departure from the stripes and solids. The pin dot pattern stands out on this classic fitting top, giving a textured look to the shirt. The Dell Polo is also made of 100% microfiber polyester jersey to help keep you dry during those hot, sunny rounds.

Mashie Polo

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Rounding out the polo collection is the Mashie Polo. A subtle diamond texture covers the 100% microfiber polyester jersey shirt. A classic fitting top, the Mashie is easy to care for. The top’s side vents and moisture wicking material will help make your next round a breeze.

Pants and Shorts

Redan Chinos and Shorts

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For stylish looks on and off the course, look to the Redan Chinos. These flat-front pants are constructed with 95% microfiber polyester and 5% spandex blend. The stretch waistband flexes as you move, safeguarding from snugness around the waist. The front pockets are slanted for easy access. The double welt pockets in the back stylishly keep things like your scorecard, glove, or wallet safely in place.

The Tourney Redan shorts are a flat-front short, made with 95% Microfiber polyester for moisture wicking performance. The remaining 5% of the material is a Spandex blend that stretches, allowing freedom of movement while swinging. The stretch waistband, slant front pockets, and double-welt back pockets make the Redan shorts comfortable to wear on and off the course.


Whins Pullover

Tourney apparel line whins pullover

When the weather is cooler, stay warm with the Whins Pullover. The ¼ zip pullover is made with 96% microfiber polyester and 4% spandex jersey. This specific combination moves with you while wicking moisture away. A rubber tip pull on the zipper, contrasting color details on the chest pocket and embroidered Tourney logo are just a few unique design features that set the Whins Pullover apart.


You now have all the information you need on the Tourney apparel line! See something you like? Shop the full Tourney line up here. If you have questions, you can email our PGA Professionals here or click on the image below.

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The Latest In Callaway Clubs, Tour Player Performances

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It’s over halfway through the PGA Tour season and Callaway keeps trending upward. This month’s edition of Catching Up With Callaway, we’ll run through the latest Callaway equipment news. We introduce you to the newest Tour pro to don the Chevron and recap the Tour player performances since our last update.


gbb epic custom drivers

Callaway now offers the popular GBB Epic and GBB Epic Sub Zero drivers as a part of their “Callaway Customs” line. When designing your driver, you start by choosing from 8 different color options to place in 2 different areas on your desired model. From there, you complete your custom club by choosing the shaft, length, and grip. Callaway says it takes 1-2 weeks build your custom driver.

callaway custom chrome soft golf balls

Not only can you get a custom driver, you can also design golf balls and get your hands on limited edition “Callaway Customs” apparel! Personalizing either the Chrome Soft or Chrome Soft X involves choosing a number (00-99), up to 3 lines of text, and what color you want the text to be.


Beyond custom equipment, you can score some sweet “Callaway Customs” limited edition apparel! A snapback hat and trucker hat with the “Callaway Customs” logo on it are available. You can also buy a NexBelt with a buckle featuring the Mack Daddy Forged Wedge “dots” on it.

In The Works

Our friends at released a couple stories showing what could be the next club releases for Callaway. Epic irons and hybrids are rumored to hit shelves at some point this year, but details are sparse. We’ll just have to wait and see what the company decides to do.

Tour Player Performances

curtis luck tour player performances

Before we dive into how your favorite Callaway staffers have done on the course, we want to introduce the newest member of the team, Curtis Luck. After a celebrated and successful amateur career, Luck made his pro debut at the Valero Texas Open. His bag is full of Callaway clubs, including GBB Epic driver and fairway woods, Apex MB prototype irons, Mack Daddy 2 wedges, and Odyssey Metal-X Milled 330 putter. Now, on to what’s happening on the course.

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Callaway players had another strong year at Augusta, following a victory at The Masters in 2016 by staffer Danny Willett. Young Belgian, Thomas Pieters (T4) and 3-time champion Phil Mickelson (T22) finished the highest among Callaway Tour players.

Wesley Bryan RBC Heritage

The following week, at the RBC Heritage, PGA Tour rookie Wesley Bryan earned his first career victory. In doing so, he became the first native South Carolinian to put on the Plaid Jacket! Bryan has come a long way from the trick shot videos he shoots with his brother, George IV.

branden grace

Curtis Luck’s pro debut wasn’t the only big news for Callaway at the Valero Texas Open. Branden Grace came out on fire, shooting a 66 to lead the field after the first round. Despite cooling off slightly over the next 3 rounds, Grace posted a solid T10 finish.

kevin kisner scott brown zurich classic pairing

The Zurich Classic of New Orleans had a new, team format this year. Players chose their partner and battled in alternate shot and best ball formats. The team of Callaway staffers Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown provided some fireworks in the final round. Playing in the final group, Kisner chipped in for eagle on the 72nd hole to give his team a 1-shot lead. After Cameron Smith made a birdie putt to tie, play was suspended due to darkness. The following day, Kisner and Brown fell to Smith and his partner, Jonas Blixt, on the 4th playoff. The dramatic shot by Kisner late on Sunday seemed to overshadow any disappointment Brown and Kisner may have felt finishing runner-up.


There you have it, everyone! Strong tour player performances and cool custom creations are keeping Callaway at the forefront of the industry. Stay tuned for our next installment of Catching Up With Callaway.

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How To Decide: Spiked or Spikeless Golf Shoes

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Golf shoes today give you a choice between spiked or spikeless golf shoes. Originally, the differences were fairly large. Over time, the gap has closed as each type grew similar in regards to traction and comfort. While the choice is primarily a personal preference, it is good to look at some of the differences when deciding for yourself.

Spiked or Spikeless Golf Shoes: The Differences


Spieth One Rotational Resistance Spikes

Spiked shoes offer the most traction, as the spikes are larger than the “nubs” typically found on the bottom of spikeless shoes. This allows spiked shoes to perform more consistently in a wider range of conditions. The UA Rotational Resistance spikes (above with the red) on the Spieth One golf shoe are particularly good. The spike’s design helps keep your feet from slipping throughout your swing.

ecco golf shoes

Spikeless shoe soles and tread patterns have evolved, though. The soles on newer shoes have more pronounced, strategically placed, and more durable “spikes.” The ECCO Cage Pro, above, is a great example of this.

If you typically play hilly courses or in wet conditions, spiked shoes may be the better bet. The spikes give you better traction and more stability in those conditions.


adidas crossknit boost foam cushion

Traditionally, spikeless shoes offer more comfort, with their casual design and the lack of large spikes on the soles. Spikeless shoes also tended to be lighter, aiding in their comfort. However, the evolution of golf shoe and spike design has allowed many spiked versions of shoes to achieve the same comfort. Boost technology in the soles of the latest adidas shoes offer tons of comfort in both their spiked and spikeless shoes (above). Newer spiked shoes also drop some weight thanks to re-designs and new materials.  In regards to comfort, I would say it is a draw.


Footjoy Contour Casual

Perhaps the biggest advantage to spikeless golf shoes is their versatility. Thanks to the lack of spikes, you can put them on at the house, get to the course and walk to the first tee or range and start your round. After you finish, you don’t need to change before visiting the 19th hole or heading home. I even know many people who will wear their spikeless shoes to work or out for a night on the town. The advantage on this one is clearly for spikeless shoes.


A sometimes overlooked advantage to spiked shoes is that when the spikes wear down, you can replace them. Provided the rest of the shoe is properly cared for, this can lead to the spiked shoes lasting longer. On the other hand, once the sole of spikeless shoes wears down, it is time to get a new pair.


When picking between spiked or spikeless golf shoes, the best case involves having a pair of each and rotating depending on conditions and course you’re playing. More and more players are going in this direction. Along with increasing the longevity of both pair, this allows some versatility for you. However, if you have to choose, take these factors as well as your personal preference into account.

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