Preparing your golf outfit can be more of a challenge than you might think. And it can impact your game more than you might think. Lucky for us, the golf brands out there have come up with some great designs to help you look your best and go into your golf rounds & practice with confidence.
1. Dress how you want to play. Golf is a mental battle, and what you wear can give you that extra bit of swagger you need. Look good to get yourself ready to perform your best. Dress like Paula Creamer, play like Paula Creamer? Not quite how it works, but hey – every little bit helps. And in golf, mindset is everything.
2. Know the weather. Weather can make or break your round, especially if you’re not prepared for it. Like the first competitive golf match I ever played. I didn’t know rain gear was a thing, so I had my non-rain proof shoes, pants, shirt, bag, etc. you get the point. By the 9th hole I was a sopping mess on my way to shooting 95. Not a good look -- for my scorecard, my pride, or my outfit. So, lets break the weather into a few categories:
- 65+ degrees
- 50 - 65 degrees
- 50 degrees and below
Shirt – Under Armour Perpetual
Sweat-wicking fabric, a design that looks forward, and helps you move freely with a fit that is next-to-the-skin, without the squeeze.
Skort – Under Armour Links – Knit
Look great, feel great. This super-soft performance knit will deliver you lasting comfort. Not only that, the skirt also comes with built in compression shorts and a wide, flat waistband with a hidden storage pocket.
Shorts – UA Links 4-inch Shorty
If you want to step out of the skort game, and just fully commit to shorts – these are a great option. Fitted “next to skin without the squeeze”, you’ll be rocking in comfort all day. Stretch engineered waistband with an adjustable inner elastic will assure you of that.
50 – 65 degrees
You can use the same shirt and most likely the same skirt as 65+ degree category, but another layer on top should help you get through the round.
Half zip – Under Armour Perpetual Half Zip
The perfect fit to throw over you’re your short sleeve shirt. Will keep you warm, with room and comfort swing freely. Not to mention, you’ll be looking stylish while you are at it.
50 degrees and below
Now you’re going to want to throw on some pants and have a heavier duty top available to you. It’s going to be chilly out there, and preparation is the key.
Full Zip Jacket – Under Armour Women's ColdGear Dobson
Ok, so this thing is heavy duty – it will help you stay dry and warm on the course. Bring on the wind and rain, because the Adidas Cimaproof jacket will save your day.
Pants – UA Links
The comfort of the UA Links Women’s golf pants will get the job done. Like most under armour products, light, durable, super-comfortable with an adjustable inner elastic fit – and 5 pockets! What else will you need?
Cold Weather Gloves – Wintersof Pair by Footjoy
Your hands are a key to the golf game – and when it’s cold, you start to lose some of your feel. These warm weather gloves are some of the best, from one of the best golf brands on the market. The extended cuff helps to protect your hands by keeping the cold out, while the grip ensures you can hang onto the club. Truly a must when you have rough conditions.
Hat – UA Top Step Pom Beanie
Keeps you warm and has the style – what else do you need?!