Prints Charming: These 8 printed polos are perfect for summer rounds

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A printed polo will add some flair to your summer wardrobe.

Prints are everywhere this season, so if you’re looking to update your on-course wardrobe, investing in a cool print is a great way to add some trendy flair to your golf apparel repertoire.

Check out eight great options below, and while you’re in the shopping mood, take a scroll through the rest of the products on offer in GOLF’s Pro Shop.

Linksoul Dry-Tek Leaf Print

$78
The Linksoul Dry Tek Leaf Print polo is for the fashion-minded golfer. The polo is engineered with Dry-Tek fabric, providing advanced airflow for the days when temperatures reach their hottest on the course. The fabric also provides stretch for comfort throughout the golf swing.
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Greyson Packs & Parks

$110
The Greyson Packs & Parks polo has a unique print featuring a wolf surrounded by trees. The polo is constructed with polyester/spandex fabric that allows machine washing with no shrinkage. The fabric is also wrinkle resistant and provides stretch so you can feel comfortable and move with ease.
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Johnnie-O Ponto

$95
The Ponto polo’s stretchy, moisture-wicking fabric will keep you cool all round long. Built with polyester, the Ponto offers durability to withstand wash and wear. This shirt’s detailing is ultimately where it stands out, providing a vibrant, stylish flair to your game.
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Dunning Forres

$99
The Dunning Forres polo is created to offer comfort and freedom of movement either on or off the golf course. The polo is constructed with Coolmax fiber technology that provides moisture management through fiber structure which cannot be washed away. The performance fibers transport moisture away from the body through increased natural airflow to ensure cool, dry skin when sweating may occur. The polo also offers soft, durable fabric that offers stretch as well. Design details feature 3 button closure and an all over print.
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Greyson Jardin De Loupe

$110
The Greyson Jardin De Loupe polo has a three-button closure and features print detailing with a solid collar for contrast. The stretch fabric also has durability for many washes and is resistant against mildew, shrinkage and wrinkles.
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Linksoul Dry-Tek Floral Print

$78
The Linksoul Dry Tek Floral Print polo is designed for golfers with an eye for subtle fashion. The polo is engineered with Dry-Tek fabric, providing advanced airflow and moisture-wicking breathability when the temperature rises. The fabric also provides stretch for a comfortable fit and movement with ease throughout the golf swing.
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Matte Grey Tango

$85
The Tango Polo shirt from Matte Grey looks great tucked or un-tucked thanks to duel slide slits, and its blended polyester fabric provides a high-level of performance without sacrificing style. But the real game-changer is the Tango Polo’s eye-catching black-and-white all-over print, which will turn heads while you’re smashing drives.
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Greyson Sugar Bee

$110
Greyson’s Sugar Bee polo is packed with performance benefits such as antimicrobial technology, moisture wicking, four-way stretch, quick drying, UV protection and no fade fabric. The polyester fabrication also offers durability for ample wash and wear and resistance against mildew, shrinking and wrinkles.
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