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Fall 2018

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56 FALL 2018 | NCGA.ORG E Q U I P M E N T F O R U M Print Performance BY JULIE WILLIAMS T raditional stripes and plaids have long been golf staples, but now all-over prints have gone far beyond that – think grasshoppers, martini glasses, stars and stripes. Greg Monteforte, editor in chief of the GolfThreads blog and the PGA Tour's style insider, has been watching modern prints become more common for the past few years. "The wide variety of sizes and colors allows players to choose prints that fit their personalities and games," Monteforte said. "You can go big and bold by dialing up a large floral or camo print, or you can take a more understated approach with a subtle microprint, like a pindot." Clothing technology has come too far to sac- rifice function for style, which means that when it comes to dressing for golf, you can have your print and your performance, too. As the all-over print trend works its way into more and more styles, it's becoming easier to find pieces with a good fit and technology like moisture-wicking and sun protection. Monteforte's best advice if you decide to pick out a print? Be sure to pair it with a solid. ■ where meets 1 2 3 4

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