Deal of the week: We love these Linksoul T-shirts featuring Ben Hogan

Ben Hogan Linksould t-shirts

In this new GOLF.com series we call out the latest and greatest deals on cool gear, accessories and apparel available in our Pro Shop. All of these prices are live at the time of publication, but act quickly, because we can’t guarantee they’ll last forever!

Linksoul has created fun, fresh T-shirts for golf lovers for years, and there are few better legends to feature on the front of some of these tees than the iconic Ben Hogan.

Two of them in GOLF’s Pro Shop are currently selling for $17.50 (half the original price) in select sizes: The Lagger and The Turn. The cotton/polyester combos are comfortable and great conversation starters for any golf fan you might come across. (One thing to remember, though, is that customer reviews on Linksoul’s website says these run a little big, so keep that in mind when selecting the size right for you.) Check them out below.

Linksoul The Lagger

$17.5

Nobody likes a lagger but everybody likes Linksoul’s Lagger tee. This crew neck t-shirt features a unique graphic print at the front and is machine washable with durable fabric.

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Linksoul The Turn

$17.5

It’s time to make The Turn toward a better golf wardrobe, and what better way to do so than with this sweet tee from Linksoul? The Turn is a neck t-shirt that features a graphic print at the front and offers natural breathability to reduce sweat build up. The tee is machine washable.

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