Kenny Flowers: Hawaiian-themed golf apparel that even allows men and women to match on the course

Kenny Flowers has taken its unique styles to the golf course in matching patterns for men and women.

Kenny Flowers: Hawaiian-themed golf apparel that even allows men and women to match on the course

Kenny Flowers, a popular direct-to-consumer brand of resort wear known for its Hawaiian-inspired shirts and swimwear, is taking a swing at the golf scene with matching apparel for men and women in bright colors and prints.

The polos feature a modern athletic fit with four-way stretch and are made in Portugal with 80-percent recycled polyester and 20-percent Spandex. They feature UPF 40+ sun protection plus anti-odor, moisture-wicking and winkle-resistant properties. Each polo has a built-in tee holder on the collar and coconut buttons. ($88 at kennyflowers.com)

The matching polos are great for team golf, couples or if you are looking to bring vacation energy to a tournament.

Kenny Flowers’ unique tee holder and coconut buttons on their polos, sold for  $88 (Kenny Flowers).

“Golf took off in 2020 as a great socially-distanced activity, and I realized that Kenny Flowers could fill a void in the golf apparel industry by launching the first line of high-quality matching golf shirts for both men and women,” , ” said Kenny Flowers CEO & founder Kenny Haisfeld. “As a brand that’s known for unique prints that make a statement—and is all about embracing the feeling of vacation—we wanted to give our customers the chance to feel fresh on the fairway, too.”

The move into golf also includes hats and golf tees.

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U.S. Junior Amateur: Luke Clanton takes down the No. 1 seed, then a local Pinehurst favorite

Get to know the player who took down the two U.S. Junior Amateur favorites in the same day.

U.S. Junior Amateur: Luke Clanton takes down the No. 1 seed, then a local Pinehurst favorite

Welcome to the Luke Clanton show.

If you’re unfamiliar with the 17-year-old from Miami Lakes, Florida, let me hit you with some knowledge. He’s committed to Florida State, has won the Class 2A state title in two of the last three years and is off to a blistering start at this year’s U.S. Junior Amateur at The Country Club of North Carolina in the Village of Pinehurst.

“It was kind of funny because me and (caddie Ben) were talking on the first tee and we kind of knew the whole day was going to be one-sided with the crowd,” explained Clanton.

Clanton took down top-seed Kelly Chinn in the morning Round of 32 on Thursday, 1 up, and then defeated Pinehurst local favorite Jackson Van Paris, 2 and 1, in the Round of 16.

U.S. Junior: Match results

“But it was an unbelievable experience with everyone out here. I can’t even think – I was looking down an iron shot and I saw like a bunch of people surrounding the green, so that’s kind of cool,” he continued. “I just said, ‘one shot at a time,’ and I played really well today. I think I only had one bogey and five birdies. It was just kind of one of those days where I took it one shot at a time, and Jackson is a great opponent, great player, known him for a while. It was fun today, and I just played a little bit better today. That’s it.”

Already this year, Clanton has three top-5 finishes, including a T-2 at the Dustin Johnson Junior Worlds. Last year he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational Junior and posted three top-10 finishes.

“He’s a great player, and he’s definitely a guy that you go into the match knowing you have to play good to beat,” said Van Paris after the match. “He’s not going to lay over. He’s a great competitor. I have no doubt that he’ll continue playing well and keep it going for the rest of the week.”

Awaiting Clanton in the quarterfinals is Vanderbilt-bound Gordon Sargent, a two-time defending Alabama State Amateur champion and three-time Rolex Junior All-American.

For Clanton, he believes in himself just as much as Van Paris.

“My goal is to win,” he said.

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