Review: Tattoo Golf OB Golf Polo

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, May 7th, 2012
Categories: Golf ApparelReviews
Tattoo Goff OB Polo

Tattoo Golf OB Polo Ensemble - Ya gotta to have the body for it...

Take a close look at the Hooked On Golf Blog logo and you’ll see quite a resemblance to the Tattoo Golf logo.  Being a rock & roll drummer who loves metal, a “golf skull” seemed like a perfect logo for my golf blog here.  Naturally my path crossed with my now long time pals at Tattoo Golf, who bring a rock & roll edge complete with their golf skull logo, to golf accessories and apparel.

OB Polo

This week I’m reviewing the very cool Tattoo Golf OB Polo.  This is a fine golf polo with a very breathable textured microfiber knit fabric.  The shirt “wicks” moisture away from your body, keeping you cool.  Mine keeps me cool even though it is black.

The material in the shirt is a doubly poly mesh which is very light at 4.5 ounces.  Sleeves on the shirt feature double-needle seams in the arms shoulders and sleeves for extra durability.

Best of all the features though, are the brilliant “cascading skulls.”  I dream of cascading skulls.  On the back of the shirt there’s one single “skull and golf club cross bones” screen with a fine Tattoo Golf script underneath (pictured below).  Fantastic.

Tattoo Golf OB Polo

Tattoo Golf OB Polo - click to zoom


As you can see in my photo above, the OB can match up wonderfully as part of unrivaled golf fashion ensemble.  Add some Loudmouth Golf Hotdog shorts, a Tattoo Golf skull belt and Hooked On Golf Blog Pukka Skull cap and you’ll have your buddies envious, golf babes in a daze and the stuffy country club types speechless.  No worries on the stuffy country club types though. The shirt has a collar.


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One response to “Review: Tattoo Golf OB Golf Polo”

  1. Legalbgl says:

    I have the same shirt from them. It is a great shirt. Great feel, great quality. Bought it after your review of their belt alerted me to their company.