Ditch the collar this summer and try out a blade polo

These days, at most golf courses, you don't actually have to wear a collared shirt to adhere to most dress codes.

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These days, at most golf courses, you don’t actually have to wear a collared shirt. In fact, as the game continues to grow and evolve, more and more golf brands are making colorless shirts that still adhere to most dress codes. You’ve got the Tiger-famous mock neck, the oh-so-controversial golf hoodie, and then blade-collared shirts, which are like a mix between the traditional polo and the mock neck.

If you’re thinking of dipping your toes in this trend this summer, that’s the place to start. These blade polos still have a buttoned placket, they still cover part of your neck, but they have more of a henley look than a traditional polo shirt.

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Nike Dri-Fit Victory Blade

$55
The Nike Dri-Fit Victory Blade polo features sweat wicking technology, keeping the skin cool and dry when temperatures rise. The polyester fabrication allows machine washing and offers resistance against shrinking and wrinkles. The sleek, ribbed blade collar lays smoothly against your neck and the rolled forward shoulder seams help enhance movement.
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Emily Haas

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