Now Dunning, the Toronto-based sportswear company, is introducing its Tour Slim Fit polo shirts, which are said to harken back to the glory days of Nicklaus and Watson (Watson had his first tour win in 1974). The shirts feature close-to-the-body "vintage '60s inspired tailoring," according to the company. That means narrower in the shoulders and torso, with a mid-bicep sleeve (many modern shirts are elbow length). While nostalgic in style, the shirts feature modern innovations like moisture management, odor control, and wrinkle resistance. They cost $89.
So in addition to the driving range, some of us will need to spend more time at the gym.