GOLF Fall 2020 Style Guide: Why Lululemon is a brand you should be shopping

Christian Hafer

Welcome to GOLF’s 2020 Style Guide. Our Ashley Mayo and Christian Hafer put together their go-to looks based off their favorite items coming to market right now. So as we head toward crisp fall mornings and chilly winter rounds, these pieces will help you look cool, play confidently and feel like yourself. Check out more of our picks in GOLF’s 2020 Style Guide here, and visit GOLF’s Pro Shop here.

More and more, you’ll see golfers rocking athleisure styles on the course rather than traditional golf brands. Lululemon is one of our favorites because so many of its styles are translatable from the yoga studio to the golf course.

We’ve talked about how much we love their esteemed ABC pant before, and we stand by that statement. It’s evolved into a few different fits, fabrics and colors over the years, but remains one of the best pants for golf in the market.

Lulu’s skirts, tops and even leggings are comfortable and cute for on or off the course. A few LPGA stars like Lydia Ko and Anna Nordqvist wear Lululemon every week on Tour, so it’s easy to look to them for additional golf-appropriate outfit inspiration.

We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite styles — in addition to those mentioned above — for both men and women below.

Our picks for the best from Lululemon

Fast and Free Jacket

$168
This lightweight shell is designed with water-repellent fabric on the front and mesh fabric on the back for easy movement and breathability.
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Evolution Polo in Heathered Vapor

$88
This classic, slim-fit, logo-free polo is perfect for the casual golfer who wants a polo that transitions to other facets of his life too. It’s constructed from Lulu’s anti-stink fabric to keep you fresh from brunch to the office to the 18th tee.
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Swiftly Relaxed Long Sleeve 2.0

$78
This relaxed, lightweight top is seamlessly constructed for movement and shape retention over time. It features strategically placed engineered mesh in high-sweat areas for extra breathability.
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Pace Rival Skirt

$68
Lululemon nails the convenience factor and has pockets in all the right places. The high-quality material will last you many rounds, and the back pleats add the perfect amount of feminine/flirty flair.
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Precipitation Jacket

$198
This lightweight, waterproof, seam-sealed shell is perfect for rainy, windy days on the course. Better yet, it’s packable, making it easy to store in your bag or locker.
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Align Pant II in Black

$98
These buttery leggings are so, so comfortable. They’re made from four-way stretch fabric that’s breathable and moisture-wicking, and they have a sneaky waistband pocket for golf accessories.
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Rain Chaser Jacket

$198
This cropped jacket has waterproof fabric and ventilation for rainy days on the course or running errands.
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Down for it All Vest

$148
This water-repellent, lightweight, goose-down vest helps keep you warm, while stretchy fabric panels let you swing with ease.
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Commission Pant Slim Warpstreme in Dark Olive

$128
The Commission pants are made with Lulu’s proprietary ABC technology — a high stretch, cotton-blend fabric — for performance ability and professional appeal.
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ABC Jogger

$128
These polished joggers feature Lululemon’s proprietary ABC Technology and four-way stretch Warpstreme fabric, making them an obvious choice for golf and beyond.
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Emily Haas

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Ashley Mayo

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Mayo is GOLF’s Editorial Director and oversees the brand’s vision and strategy. Whether content lives digitally or in print, Mayo ensures that its standards live up to those established by GOLF’s chairman. Before joining the GOLF team, Ashley spent 11 years as an editor at Golf Digest. While there, she earned her Masters degree from Columbia’s School of Journalism. Before joining Golf Digest, Mayo competed on the first-ever women’s golf team at the University of Virginia. She is also the Head of Brand at GOLF’s parent company, 8AM Golf.