Tuesday, May 31, 2016

2016 PGA Merchandise Show DAY 3 RECAP (Part 2 of 3): Chase 54, Sligo, Loudmouth, and Golf Pride

Only a few hours remained in the Show at this point.  It was time cover as much ground as possible and run the two-minute offense. 


I wasn't able to spend a lot of time with the companies in the next few sections like I did with others the first few days.  But these final companies stood out nevertheless as must visits.  In this section we'll take a look at some of the new styles from Chase 54, Sligo, Loudmouth, and putter grips from Golf Pride.

Chase 54 
Chase 54 ups your style game with a variety of classic and smart designs that make it clear you know what you're doing when you dress for your round.  Natural and self-assured looks.  Enviable both on and off the course


Sligo nailed the casual and relaxed look with their new 2016 line.  Sharp looking color and stripe combos with a bit of a retro vibe that's not over the top.  And when you color match blacks and blues as well as Sligo has, it's one of the strongest and most reliably awesome style moves you can make on the course


Bold.  Outgoing.  Unapologetically flamboyant.  However you describe Loudmouth's new 2016 line, it's certainly unique.  Check out the shorts with golf words printed all over them.  To be sure, Loudmouth isn't for everyone.  But if you have a quirky sense of style, Loudmouth has something lively to build your wardrobe around.



Golf Pride 
Golf Pride's new Tour SNSR putter grips are very comfortable and very soft.  In fact they're twice as soft as any putter grip Golf Pride has ever created.  Paddle front designs promote lighter grip pressure, and both the straight and contoured options deliver a snug feeling.  If you're struggling with distance control on the greens, these might shave a few strokes off your game. 


And be sure to check out my Demo Day coverage, a four-part series: 2016 PGA Merchandise Show - Demo Day Quick Recap

As always, if you have any questions, shoot me an email here, or DM on twitter @PGAPappas.

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