Refresh your fall golf wardrobe with these 5 essential pieces

Prepare for cool weather with new fall golf apparel.

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Mid-September is the perfect time of year in most areas in America. Mornings and evenings feel more crisp and humidity and high temperatures are drop from their sweltering summertime highs.

That means layering season is upon us! Check out our favorite five cool-weather pieces to kick-start your 2020 fall golf wardrobe in style, and while you’re shopping, take a scroll through the rest of the items on offer in GOLF’s Pro Shop.

Nike Dry Vapor

An essential midlayer, the Nike Dri-Fit Vapor top is crafted from soft, stretchy fabric that wicks away sweat. Ribbed fabric in high-motion areas gives you room to bend and swing.
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Adidas Ultimate 365 Tapered

The Ultimate 365 Tapered pants offer extra stretch in the waistband for a full range of motion as you move throughout the fairways and between the links.
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J. Lindeberg Packlight Ripstop Lightweight

Design details include full zip closure, a mock neck, a softshell with Primaloft padding, and laser perforation under the arms for breathability.
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Adidas Heathered Patch Hat

The Heathered Patch Hat has a pre-curved brim and its stretch fit is perfect for any head shape. The hat is built with six panel construction and features a contrast Adidas patch logo.
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Puma Ignite ProAdapt

These shoes come with a 1-year waterproof warranty. The stability and step-in comfort from the IGNITE midsole foam helps keep the feet feeling energized, too.
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