3 women’s skirts to wear on and off the golf course

These three skirts are perfect for teeing it up or running around town.


Golf season is finally here, and springtime in New England means I’ll finally be able to ditch the winter clothes for warm weather ones soon enough. I usually wear skirts on the course because they’re comfortable, stylish, and I like the feminine and athletic look of them. Here are a few I’ve found success with.

While many golf brands have come out with great women’s options over the last few years, I’ve been loyal to the Lululemon Pace Rival Mid Rise Skirt skirt since high school. It’s not made specifically for golf, but it’s athletic-looking and works whether you’re on the course, playing tennis or running errands. I prefer to wear the “Tall” version of Lululemon skirts on the course.

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Pace Rival Mid Rise Skirt Tall

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I was recently trying to find a solid golf skirt for an upcoming work trip and wanted to switch things up. My coworker, Emily Haas, recommended the Outdoor Voices Hudson Skort and I couldn’t be happier with it. It’s lightweight with a comfortable knit waistband, and most importantly, has a few pockets to store tees and ball markers during your round. It’s made from recycled polyester fabric and comes in four colors.

Outdoor Voices Hudson 4″ Skort

This lightweight medium-coverage skort is made from recycled polyester fabric and features a knit waistband.
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It can be difficult to find affordable golf attire, but Amazon has a lot of options. The CQC Women’s Active Athletic skirt is stylish, versatile and comes in eight colors. I’m a big fan of getting the same piece of clothing in a few different colors, so this skirt was the perfect find for me.

CQC Women’s Active Athletic Skirt Sports Golf Tennis Running Skort with Pockets

$24.99 – $29.99
This 4-way stretch skort offers total coverage and is perfect for athletic activity.
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Claire Rogers

Golf.com Editor