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Slazenger Golf Jumper

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Slazenger Burgundy Golf Jumper
photo © Slazenger Heritage

photo © Slazenger Heritage
Slazenger Heritage and Anthony Sinclair re-released the Slazenger Burgundy Golf Jumper in 2013
photo © Slazenger Heritage

photo © Anthony Sinclair
In the film Goldfinger, Bond wears the burgundy jumper with a grey polo shirt underneath,
photo © Anthony Sinclair

photo © United Artists, EON, Danjaq
Several Slazenger display signs can be spotted in the golf shop where Bond meets Goldfinger, including an ad for Jack Nicklaus World Series clubs.
photo © United Artists, EON, Danjaq

In the movie Goldfinger, James Bond (Sean Connery) wears a burgundy Slazenger v-neck golf jumper during the golf match with Auric Goldfinger.

The burgundy Slazenger sweater with gold vintage logo was reissued by Slazenger Heritage and Anthony Sinclair in 2014 and is still available at the official Slazenger Heritage website for €165.

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The golf sweater comes in a nice large Slazenger Heritage box.

Other colors of the sweater were also released, including one in Marl Grey, a color worn by Sean Connery (not on screen but during one of his golf tournaments), also available on Slazenger Heritage. Several other famous golf players including Jack Nicklaus and Johnny Miller wore Slazenger golf sweaters, see them all at Slazenger Heritage.

anthony sinclair trousersComplete the look with Trousers

Complete the Sean Connery's Golf Outfit with Anthony Sinclair Black Flannel Trousers. The trousers are available at Mason & Sons for £650 / $850.

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Connery and Golf

Even though Connery grew up in Scotland (a country famous for the many old golf courses), Sean Connery's love for the golf didn't start until he played the game for the movie Goldfinger (1964).

"I never had a hankering to play golf, despite growing up in Scotland just down the road from Bruntsfield Links, which is one of the oldest golf courses in the world. It wasn’t until I was taught enough golf to look as though I could outwit the accomplished golfer Gert Fröbe in Goldfinger that I got the bug. I began to take lessons on a course near Pinewood film studios and was immediately hooked on the game. Soon it would nearly take over my life." says Connery in his autobiography Being a Scot.

The golf opportunities in the sunny South of Spain was one of the reasons he lived in Marbella for many years. Connery played several celebrity games, for example Bing Crosby’s showbusiness amateur teams against professional golfers in America and the Michael Jordan celebrity tournament in 2005 on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

More Slazenger in Goldfinger

Slazenger 279 golf ball goldfinger james bondGoldfinger himself plays with a Slazenger 279 ball, and the brand is mentioned a few times when Goldfinger loses and finds his ball, and later when Bond calls Goldfinger on using a different number Slazenger ball.

Several Slazenger display signs can be spotted in the Stoke Poges golf shop where Bond meets Goldfinger, including an ad for Jack Nicklaus World Series clubs.

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