When gearing up for golf, there are two traditional options for dress: stuffy, or honking idiot. For a cooler links look, try Death To Argyle.
Started by twin golfettes fed up with country clubbish attire, DTA's recently expanded into men's polos, with seven graphic'd styles, each with the obligatory cotton/poly blend and cut to regulation length -- neither sloppily long, nor short enough to distract other golfers with your sculpted midriff. Most of the designs are just edgy enough, starting with the playful "Toy Soldier" (three of 'em where the horse/alligator should be), the aromatic "Cigar Band" (a suited silhouette menacingly wielding a club between the labels "smooth taste" and "choice blend"), and "19th hole" (a frog staring down a skunk -- a design much cooler than the random story that inspired the founders to create it). To trade your soul for victory, throw on "Devil", featuring twin demons crawling down each shoulder, one gripping a horseshoe, the other throwing dice -- the implication being, your golf game is craps.
DTA's other menswear is limited, with one t-shirt and one hoodie; wear either, and experience death by argyle as your flagrant dress-code violation causes hundreds of knicker'd old men to bash you with their 9-irons.