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Globe and Mail golf columnist and author of no less than 11 golf books, Lorne Rubenstein had this to say about chapeaunoirgolf.com...

Lorne Rubenstein"Nowadays many players know exactly what they'll be wearing each day of the tournament. One interesting website tracks their outfits and the planning that goes into the selection. Chapeaunoirgolf.com, meant to enhance your reading and viewing pleasure. Spend a few minutes with this website, and soon you will be planning your own outfits for the coming season."

-- Lorne Rubenstein, April 5, 2011

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Long time CNG favorite Sligo Wear takes the spotlight in the most recent edition of Threading the Needle on back9network.com...

There's a growing apparel presence in golf, creating bold, colorful looks for men on tours and at clubs near and far, worn by young amateurs and seasoned professionals alike -- and it's known as Sligo.


Pronounced Sly-go like the Irish county, the company was founded in 2004 by an avid group of Canadian golfers who were frustrated by what they saw as a glaring lack of fashionable, proper-fitting golf apparel at an affordable price. As one surveys the range of product available from Sligo, the founders can consider each of the problems they perceived as remedied.

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