Despite the flamboyant golf shirts, golf trousers and golf waterproofs now on show, Sean Hotchkiss, founder of the Khaki Crusader, said there is still a long way to go when it comes to awareness of the latest fashions.
He said that there are still some things on the market which have golfers scratching their heads.
"However, with the internet and social media and the exposure to cool stuff going on elsewhere and in other industries, it's slowly improving," Mr Hotchkiss noted.
According to the Khaki Crusader, golfers should be looking for casual golf clothing with elegant simplicity in design while making the most of the latest fabrics.
"It's pretty cool to be able to pick up a 100 per cent polyester pique polo shirt and be stunned it isn't cotton," he added.
Mike McAllister, editor of Chapeau Noir Golf, recently claimed that golf clothing will become more personal and less homogenous as players become more fashion conscious.