How Wilson Golf became our new go-to resource for women’s golf apparel

We're loving Wilson's new women's golf pieces.

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Welcome to Gimme That, a GOLF.com column where we’ll highlight one notable item we think you might like. Whether it’s an article of clothing, an intriguing electronic device or anything in between, we want to share these items with you because they’ve generated a bit of chatter by our water cooler (or, these days, on our Slack channel). So sit back, scroll down and keep up with the latest gear golf has to offer.

These retro-inspired tops and bottoms from Wilson appeared to me in the form of a targeted ad, and call me crazy, but there’s nothing I love more than when the all-knowing Instagram algorithm serves up something I didn’t even know I wanted.

It was an a-ha moment!

I write about golf gear all the time, but I’ve never thought about Wilson as a go-to resource for stylish on-course women’s clothing. Between their dedicated golf and tennis collections, they have a trendy, functional and unique assortment of interchangeable pieces.

It’s important to note, the men’s collection is worth a look too.

I’ve linked a few of my favorite tops and bottoms for summer golf below — scroll down to shop now!

All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy a linked product, GOLF.COM may earn a fee. Pricing may vary.

Wilson Center Court Seamless Polo

$88
This stretchy cropped polo has a retro look while maintaining all the modern anti-odor, moisture wicking properties you expect from modern sportswear.
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Wilson Limitless Tennis Skirt

$68
While this skirt is made for tennis, it has plenty of pockets in the internal shorts to hold tees and balls on the course too.
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Wilson Essex Polo

$88
This retro-inspired sweater polo looks great on or off the course.
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Wilson Wynne Pleated Short

$88
These cute pleated shorts feature two back zip pockets and an elastic waistband for comfort and ease.
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Emily Haas

Golf.com Contributor