Meet SOLO Golf, the brand modernizing stylish outerwear for men

Golf Digest // SOLO Golf
Dan Sullivan, founder of SOLO Golf, taught himself the ins and outs of fashion by literally knocking on the doors of factories and design houses around New York City. While in his twenties and working in banking and finance, he assembled a kind of apprenticeship for himself, taking three years to shadow willing modistes and learn everything there is to learn about pattern-making, fabrics, samples, trims, and all the other industry accoutrements.

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  • Golfweek

    "Solo took a traditional style, like the golf vest, and added a functional and warm twist. The vest has always been a staple layer in every golfer’s wardrobe, but the company added a Fleece-Blocked design with a high neckline, multiple pockets and a hood. Hooded pieces are a growing style in golf fashion to help during those chillier seasons."
  • The Pro Shop//Golf Digest

    "The idea is deceptively simple: four walls containing a kind of anti- or quasi-pro shop of sorts. It’s smaller scale, independent brands, highly curated, available for only a limited time, and featuring everything from menswear to golf accessories neatly packaged in a crisp, sunny atmosphere...The final wink? It’s located at The Street in Chestnut Hill, an open-air shopping district that is a quarter-mile from the gates of The Country Club, where the Open rages."
  • Breaking the Mold

    A blend between off the course comfort and on-course style, SOLO’s long sleeve band collar shirt is destined to become a fan favorite to those who seek fashion and function. SOLO’S band collar shirt is made of the same Lyocell fabric combined with organic cotton and spandex. This soft, flexible shirt maintains inherent details of traditional men’s shirting elevating it to a piece that can be worn essentially anywhere.
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