Seeking an original golf look? Check out Original Penguin

Inventive prints and fresh styling invigorate Original Penguin’s latest collections for men and women.


If your vibe is stylishly modern golf apparel with more than a hint of nostalgia, Original Penguin delivers.

Worn by Open champ Cameron Smith and emergent PGA Tour star Jake Knapp, the brand has a long golf heritage dating back to the Rat Pack era. The throwback styles you’ll find on shelves in the present day have been worn in similar iterations by single-name luminaries like Frank, Dino, Arnie and Clint.

Inventive prints and fresh styling invigorate Original Penguin’s latest collections for men and women. (Can you say “joggers?”) Purists will be pleased to find polished polos featuring traditional stripes, contrast plackets and front pockets, while fashion-forward players will appreciate ’60s-inspired psychedelic florals and abstract camo prints. Regardless of which style most strikes your fancy, tech-fabric construction will keep you cool and comfortable throughout your round.

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Technical Earl Golf Polo

Get enhanced comfort and style on the green with this men’s golf polo shirt from Original Penguin. Designed with pique fabric, this golf shirt features raised cords woven into the material for texture and a refined touch. The Earl styling adds a classic look while the added stretch offers an all-around comfortable fit and feel you’ll enjoy during or after the game

Original Penguin Performance Lightweight Jogger

These Original Penguin men’s golf pants offer a blend of style and sustainability. Crafted from recycled fabric, the golf trousers include stretch throughout and a stretch waistband for comfort and flexibility. The lightweight twill fabric offers added comfort as you play. These men’s joggers are also a great choice for casual days off the course. Editor

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