GOLF.com Editor’s Picks: Here are 7 things I can’t wait to buy
There’s nothing like that post-holiday haze to put you in a buying mood, amirite? New products are dropping left and right, and there’s no time like the present to stock your golf closet for an influx of new gear. Here are seven items that I’ve had my eye on and can’t wait to buy.
Stand Lite Bag
I love everything about this bag, from the understated logo to the feminine-but-not-in-your-face-girly shade of mint green. I play most of my golf in carts these days, but I’ve always owned stand bags so I have the option of carrying, and at only 4.25 lbs, this streamlined bag would be a joy to hoof around.
Yes, I admit it: I am THAT player who needs to match my glove to my outfit. Plus, I am a longtime FJ glove fan. The fit and durability are great, and the array of vibrant colors on offer enables me to look put-together for every single round.
Classic Low Sock
I can’t remember the first time I wore a pair of Kentwool socks because it’s literally been years — and the socks are still in rotation! They’re one of the few below-the-ankle, no-show models I have found that never disappear into my shoe or slide off my heel. They’re not only great for a round of golf, but also the gym, or a casual walk. I am a devoted fan.
Despite my affinity for color in just about every other area of my wardrobe, I have always loved an all-white shoe, and Ecco’s latest offering is very appealing. It looks like a casual-wear shoe, not a golf-specific shoe, and is both lightweight and sporty, making it great for wear both on and off the course.
Women's Rotation Sleeveless Polo and Pwrshape Floral Golf Skort
Most of my rounds in Arizona are played in the heat, so sleeveless polos and skorts make up the majority of my golf wardrobe. I love the fit of Puma’s Pwrshape skorts — the thick waistband gives the skort a flattering structure, and for me, at 5’4″, it’s just the right length — not too short, and not too long. I also love the extra-long button placket on the sleeveless polo, which gives it a classy, throwback vibe.
$45 & $75
Women's Dextra 2.5L Printed Jacket
Who says raingear has to be black, and plain? And shapeless? Though I may have to wait for my tax refund to buy it, I absolutely LOVE this jacket from Kjus, which is lightweight, stylish and compact enough to pack away in its own pocket.
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