Editor’s Picks: 6 golf pants that will keep you warm on the course

Golf pants for winter

Check our picks of great golf pants for the winter below.


We’re in the thick of the winter now, with February fast approaching. For some golfers, that means their clubs have been stored away for months already, with the desire to play smoldering deep within. For other golfers, even the coldest months can’t keep that desire from turning into a raging inferno, forcing them to seek satisfaction on windy, half-frozen golf courses across the Northern stretches of our country.

If you find yourself among the latter group, and you’re still lacing up your cleats as the thermometer plummets, you need to suit up correctly to stay warm and actually enjoy yourself on the course, and pants might be the most important apparel item. But most golfers wear shorts on the course the majority of the time, and don’t have a closet full of pants that are designed to be worn on the course.

Fear not, we have you covered. We’ve compiled six great pairs of golf pants available in our Pro Shop, all of which are constructed to keep you warm and comfy on the course without negatively affecting your game. Check them out below.

And if you’re looking for more options or a different type of golf gear altogether, take a peek through GOLF’s Pro Shop to find what you’re looking for.

Adidas Ultimate365 3 Stripes

Like the Ultimate 365 shorts, the Adidas Ultimate365 3 Stripes pants will become your go-to on the golf course and off. The pants are cut with a regular fit, so they’re not too loose, but also not too skinny either. The pants also sport the iconic three stripe branding on the back waist. The fabric has moisture-wicking abilities, water-resistant properties, and UV protection to keep you dry and comfortable all day long. GOLF.com recommends these pants to help modernize your wardrobe.
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Puma Jackpot

Simply put, you’ve hit the jackpot with these pants. The Puma Jackpot pants are durable, comfortable, and designed to keep you cool on the golf course. Comfort is offered with a stretch waistband that listens to your body as you move through the golf swing. The polyester fabric provides durability for machine washing and resistance against shrinking, so wash and wear them as much as you please. That’s the brilliance behind a good pair of golf pants. These pants were featured on GOLF.com’s Best golf pants: The 10 most stylish, most comfortable pants for golfers.
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J. Lindeberg Elof Tight Fit Golf

J Lindeberg’s Elof golf pants are created with lightweight, stretch fabric for a comfortable fit and freedom of movement on the course. The fabric is also breathable and fast-drying to help prevent sweat from building on the skin. In addition, the fabric is water repellent. Elof pants are specially made with a tight fit, a Bridge logo, and front and back pockets for daily essentials/ or any golf accessories.
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J. Lindeberg Ant Golf

The J Lindeberg Ant golf pants offers comfort and style with stretch fabric and a super satin finish. The pants are designed with a tight fit, Bridge logo detailing, and five pockets for daily essentials and golf accessories.
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Under Armour UA Show Down

You can’t lose with the Under Armour Show Down pants. They are made with lightweight fabric for all day comfort. The fabric also offers stretch as well as the waistband, so you can move without restriction. In addition, the fabric is enhanced with moisture wicking and fast drying technology to keep the skin dry when sweating occurs. The Show down pants are machine washable and features 4 pockets for carrying personal items and golf accessories as needed.
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Nike Flex UV Victory

Soft and sleek, the Nike Flex Victory Pants look polished on and off the course. Their pull-on, mid-rise design hugs and supports your waist throughout all 18 holes.
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Kevin Cunningham

Kevin Cunningham

Golf.com Editor

As managing producer for GOLF.com, Cunningham edits, writes and publishes stories on GOLF.com, and manages the brand’s e-newsletters, which reach more than 1.4 million subscribers each month. A former two-time intern, he also helps keep GOLF.com humming outside the news-breaking stories and service content provided by our reporters and writers, and works with the tech team in the development of new products and innovative ways to deliver an engaging site to our audience.