Glenmuir, preferred supplier to the Ryder Cup, reckons 'no modern golfer's wardrobe is complete without a cardigan.' And to back up its claim the company has introduced a full-zipped model to add to its latest Classic Collection.
Though with buttons, they look good on the slimline bodies of Graeme McDowell and Ian Poulter in the past, I've always tended to feel they added years to the likes of the more mature golfer, though the little pockets are handy for tees and ball markers.
Glenmuir's lambswool Camarthen cardigan (£71.25), replaces buttons with a zip front and contrasting colour styling on the sleeve seams and neck rib.
The machine washable cardigan is available in sizes S-XXL and in three colour combinations - charcoal/black/grey mix, blue/blue lovat/linen and linen/leather/rust.
Glenmuir's Brian Mair, says: "A modern cardigan is a staple requirement for many golfers and the 'Camarthen' sits neatly in our fashion lambswool range."
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