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  • LPGA on Nantucket?

    This is a guest post from Christina J.

    Gates, Golf Course, Light House and Fog

    With the mild temperatures, beautiful landscapes and historic New England charm that permeates Nantucket, it’s the perfect location for a professional golf tournament. While Nantucket hasn’t managed to secure a major yet, local groups continue their efforts to change that. Efforts to finalize a spot in the 2014 Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour fell through, but Miacomet Golf Course is hoping for a mulligan in 2015.

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  • Golf is the closest game to the game we call life

    Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots — but you have to play the ball where it lies. - Bobby Jones, greatest amateur golfer and lawyer

    Bobby Jones was known not only for being an amateur golfer who regularly beat professionals but also for his Grand Slam, which was his victory in every major golf championship a single calendar year. To this day, the feat has never been repeated, although Tiger Woods came close when he won four consecutive golf tournaments over two years.

    Bobby went on to retire at the age of 28, and he co-founded the Masters Tournament as well as the Augusta National Golf Club. The Masters Tournament is held every year by the club, and Bobby Jones was one of the primary engines behind its success.

  • Enter to Win a 1 of 5 Free Sankaty Golf Jackets

    Enter to Win a 1 of 5 Free Sankaty Golf Jackets

    We're giving away 5 of our Sankaty Golf Jackets this weekend.


    Our Sankaty Golf Jacket is the perfect extra layer when there's still a slight chill in the air or the breeze is blowing just a little too strong. Cut with a little extra room, this jacket allows for full movement during your rounds - whether that's teeing off on hole 1 or grabbing a beverage on hole 19.

    Enter to win by submitting your email address below. Get additional entries for every Facebook friend you get to sign up.

  • Gentlemen, meet your favorite new shorts

    Men's Seersucker Shorts Sale

    Seersucker shorts are a classic staple of the American man’s summer wardrobe. We grew up running (and sailing) around in seersucker and still wear it to this day. It’s breathable, cool, and perfect for warm weather.

    Although we love seersucker, we didn’t love the fit of most of the seersucker shorts available. Typically, they’re too baggy and boxy. Occasionally they’re way too short. We’ve spent the last few years perfecting the fit of our shorts are are proud to offer our Whaler Shorts: great fitting men’s shorts with attention to all the details. Order by 11:59pm EST on Tuesday April 8, 2014 and save $25 with coupon code FAVSHORTS.

    • Made in USA. These shorts were made in an American factory to ensure top quality. Plus, you’ll be proud to wear a American-made shorts.
    • 9” inseam. This length typically keeps the shorts just above your knees - exactly where they belong.
    • 100% cotton. Seersucker is often made from a poly/cotton blend, but that doesn’t work for us. We’ve made sure this fabric is 100% natural cotton to allow for maximum breathability and the softest feel.
    • Nylon zipper. More durable and less likely to break than metal zippers.
    • 2 side pockets. Angled just right to give your arm a natural position when using, but not angled enough to allow items to fall out easily.
    • White lining. We’ve chosen a lightweight, solid white 100% cotton lining for these shorts.
    • Two buttoned back pockets. Keep your wallet in place in the pocket of your choice.
    • Striped blue and white pattern. This is the most common seersucker pattern, and for good reason. It’s simple but fun, pairs well with any solid shirt, and still carries a bit of summer sophistication.

    These shorts come in two patterns: classic blue & white striped, as well as blue & white check, a slight departure from the typical seersucker pattern.

    Click below and order by 11:59pm EST on Tuesday April 8, 2014 and save $25 with coupon code FAVSHORTS.

    Blue & White Striped Seersucker Shorts Men's Blue & White Striped Seersucker Shorts. Made in USA from 100% cotton seersucker.
    Blue Gingham Check Seersucker Shorts Men's Blue Gingham Check Seersucker Shorts. 100% cotton seersucker. Made in USA.
  • Caught Adrift for April 04, 2014


    1Scale Americana

    Photographer Michael Paul Smith Uses some pre-Photoshop tricks to create classic Americana scenes from miniature models.


    2Ballpark Proposals

    It's not our recommendation, but if you've ever wondered what it costs to propose at the ballpark, here's your guide.

    3Handpainted Bats

    Style blog, Bowties & Boatshoes, highlighted these handpainted bats by Mitchell Bat Co. Find one in your team's colors.



    4Minor Lessons

    Four "manly" lessons from minor leaguer Vance Albitz, infielder for the St. Louis Cardinals' AAA team.

  • Joe Dimaggio: My first interview

    English: New York Yankees slugger during the a...

    This is a guest post from writer Martin Z.

    “Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?
    A nation turns its lonely eyes to you (Woo, woo, woo)
    What's that you say, Mrs. Robinson
    Joltin' Joe has left and gone away
    (Hey, hey, hey...hey, hey, hey)”

    Simon & Garfunkel
    1968 song “Mrs. Robinson”

    Singer-songwriter Paul Simon wrote the stanza in "Mrs. Robinson" as a tribute to Joe DiMaggio’s quiet heroism and unpretentious nature. Simon admired DiMaggio. So did I.

    Like Simon, I was raised in the New York City area. In the 1970s, when I was a kid, DiMaggio was simultaneously a ubiquitous presence and the mysterious icon who was worshipped by baseball fans.

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  • Baseball Season has Arrived

    "Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of America had better learn baseball, the rules and realities of the game—and do it by watching first some high school or small-town teams."

    Jacques Barzun, French-born American historian of ideas and culture

  • Nautical Bathroom Decor

    The bathroom is probably one of the last places one might think to put nautical decor but it is also the easiest. For the most part, most bathrooms don't have a lot of space for decorations. Although initially seen as a limitation, besides some of the more common floating shelves, there are subtle effects that can achieve splendid looking results. Here are some examples and inspirations for adding nautical bathroom decor. Continue reading

  • Free Polo with any Faded Red item thru Monday

    Free polo with any faded red item

    This weekend, get a free polo shirt when you purchase any item from our faded red collection. Enter the coupon code POLOPLEASE in the coupon box on the shopping cart page after adding the items to your cart.

    Shop our men's faded red collection for oxford red shorts and ties. Or choose a skirt, shorts, polo, or pique crewneck from our women's faded red collection. Then, choose a men's shortsleeve or longsleeve polo shirt or a women's shortlseeve polo shirt.

    You'll receive one polo free with every faded red item after entering the code POLOPLEASE. Coupon code expires at 11:59pm EST on Monday, March 31, 2014.

  • John Steinbeck Quote

    John Steinbeck Quote

    “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.”

    ― John Steinbeck

    Does that mean this summer will be extra sweet?


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