We designed on-course face masks specifically for golfers

No facet of life has been untouched by the effects of COVID-19. As the virus spread, our game took a back seat. Courses paused operations, buddies trips were delayed, and the pro game took a break. For a moment, we bid a fond farewell to the outdoor game that we loved and shuttered ourselves indoors.

With the worst of COVID-19 seemingly past in many parts of the country, the time has come to grab our clubs once again, and head back to the course. Courses across the nation are opening back up, but doing so with stipulations. They’re encouraging people to wear masks everywhere that isn’t the golf course — starting in the parking lot, on the driving range, in the clubhouse, and if you stop for a lesson in-between.

So, we wanted to help.

In conjunction with our friends over at Breaking T, we designed masks designed specifically for golfers. Made of light, breathable material that won’t get uncomfortable in warm weather, they come in a pack of three so you have one wherever you may need one — your car, your golf bag, and your home — and for at an affordable $35 price point. Each mask features a different design, including one with our “Playing Through” slogan, a movement we created that embodies our love for golf, whether we’re on the course or not.

And when you do make your purchase, we’ll be donating a portion of the proceeds to the PGA of America’s Golf Emergency Relief Fund, which provides short-term financial assistance to those facing hardship due to COVID-19.

So take a look, and stay safe. As always, GOLF.com and GOLF Magazine will be right here, helping you play your best.


A 3-pack of masks for golfers. Proceeds go to the Golf Emergency Relief Fund, providing short-term financial assistance to those facing hardship due to COVID-19.

Luke Kerr-Dineen

Golf.com Contributor

Luke Kerr-Dineen is the Game Improvement Editor at GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com. In his role he oversees the brand’s game improvement content spanning instruction, equipment, health and fitness, across all of GOLF’s multimedia platforms.

An alumni of the International Junior Golf Academy and the University of South Carolina–Beaufort golf team, where he helped them to No. 1 in the national NAIA rankings, Luke moved to New York in 2012 to pursue his Masters degree in Journalism from Columbia University. His work has also appeared in USA Today, Golf Digest, Newsweek and The Daily Beast.