Gear up for spring golf with a stylish new outfit.
Even in the coldest areas of the country, the hint of spring is in the air. And with a light at the end of the Covid tunnel, maybe you have your sights set on a new golf destination in the coming weeks.
Whatever your plans are for spring golf, a new outfit is always in style. The spring color palette has always been a favorite of mine. Soft pastels in blues, pinks and greens are pretty much universally flattering, and crisp white bottoms are always in style.
Below are three of my favorite looks for the spring season. Whether you buy one piece or the whole outfit, it’s always a great feeling to put on some new threads as you prepare to tee it up in the coming weeks.
3 perfect spring golf outfits
Top off this polished J.Lindeberg look with a comfy pair of spikeless New Balance golf shoes and a feminine Nike cap. Total cost for all four pieces: $311.95.
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J. Lindeberg Tess Sleeveless Golf
JL’s Tess Sleeveless Golf polo is made with knitted, ribbed Jersey fabric which creates a soft and stretchy feel. The fabric is also fast drying and offers excellent wicking abilities to keep the skin free from sweat build up.
The JL Adina skort has a wider waistband for ultimate comfort and wide pleats for a trendy look on and off the golf course. It comes with detached inner shorts to provide extra coverage and comfort. Adina is constructed with stretch fabric to keep you moving with ease, and the fabric is quick drying to prevent sweat build up.
If you’re in the market for a golf visor that will keep you cool and moisture-free on the course, Nike’s Aerobill visor might be the perfect item for you. The key to the Aerobill’s moisture-wicking power is a terry sweatband and laser perforations at the front panel. And thanks to the elastic back, you can comfortably wear your visor all day long.
It’s not easy to find the right balance between making a shoe that’s close to the ground while still offering much-needed cushioning, but the geniuses at New Balance found a way. The New Balance Minimus Sport spikeless golf shoe has a breathable mesh upper with FantomFit, which is skeletally engineered to provide ultralight support and fit. But where things get really interesting is with the midsole that has an innovative REVlite foam compound that provides lightweight cushioning and premium responsiveness without minimizing construction or sacrificing underfoot cushioning or stability. It also comes with an Ortholite insole that wicks away moisture, is odor and fungus inhibiting, and allows airflow for cool, dry comfort. On the outside, the NDurance rubber outsole allows for maximum durability used in high wear areas. Staying low to the ground has never been more comfortable.
The Puma PWRShape Pull On capris feature moisture-wicking technology that pulls sweat away from the skin. The PWRShape design includes a slimming effect with the bonded waistband and flatlock seams for maximum comfort and four-way stretch with unrestricted range of motion. The Pull On capris are made with polyester blended fabric for premium durability and offers resistance against shrinking and wrinkles.
If you’re looking for a departure from the norm and want a golf shoe that looks and feels unlike any other, the IGNITE NXT SOLELACE spikeless shoe lends a fresh take on style and athleticism. In the IGNITE NXT SOLELACE, you’ll find a full-length IGNITE FOAM midsole, wrapped in SoleShield for added durability that provides unparalleled comfort and the feeling of a running shoe. Also unique is the SOLELACE Closure System, which wraps the shoe around your foot for a barefoot feeling and the ultimate security throughout the swing. On the organically-altered outsole, there are more than 100 strategically placed directional hexagon lugs in proper zones for increased traction throughout the swing delivering even more grip and power. To summarize, this is a shoe that fits like a minimalist running shoe, looks like a casual shoe, and performs exactly how it’s supposed to: like a golf shoe. (Fits slightly long, consider going down ½ size.)
Play your best on the course in style in the PWRShape Soft Geo golf skort. The moisture-wicking DRYCELL technology keeps you cool dn dry to help you stay focused on the greens. The PWRShape waistband offers a comfortable fit with gripper tape to stay in place.
Sleek and sophisticated, the Adidas ForgeFiber BOA spikeless golf shoe features an Adiwear outsole with strategically placed X-shaped lugs for added traction and a responsive Boost midsole that provides energy return on every hole. Also, the ForgeFiber construction features TPU coated yarn that provides a stronger, more flexible fabric when in motion, which for golfers who walk is an absolute godsend. The fabric is treated with Climastorm technology for water repellence during rain and comes with a 1-year waterproof warranty. Of course, last and definitely not the least notable feature in this shoe, the ForgeFiber BOA is equipped with the L6 BOA Closure System. All you have to do is simply twist the dial for easily customizable micro-adjustability and a sock-like fit that stays secure as long as you need it to.
Are you in the market for a golf hat that provides maximum comfort and breathability? Nike’s AeroBill Heritage 86 cap was built for you. Featuring Nike’s innovative Aerobill ventilation technology, the Heritage 86 hat will keep your head head cool and dry on the hottest of days. In addition, an adjustable back makes this hat a perfect fit for anyone.
As a four-year member of Columbia’s inaugural class of female varsity golfers, Jessica can out-birdie everyone on the masthead. She can out-hustle them in the office, too, where she’s primarily responsible for producing both print and online features, and overseeing major special projects, such as GOLF’s inaugural Style Issue, which debuted in February 2018. Her original interview series, “A Round With,” debuted in November of 2015, and appeared in both in the magazine and in video form on GOLF.com.