A warm, easy-to-wear look for cold-weather golf that doesn’t sacrifice style
Getting dressed for winter golf can be a doozy. Maybe you look like the Michelin man; maybe by hole three you realize you didn’t bundle up enough. It’s hard to combine clothes that look great and keep you appropriately warm without impeding your swing. To ensure confidence and comfort on the course, I follow a formula I’ve outlined head-to-toe below:
A well-fitted beanie is e-s-s-e-n-t-i-a-l. I find if my head is warm, the rest of my body stays pretty warm too. I love this one from Foray Golf because it has a fold for easy adjustability, and the queen of clubs patch is so cute!
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Foray Golf Queen Logo Beanie
Next, you need a good base layer. Ideally something thin and tight that won’t move around under your next layer. If it’s really cold, maybe wear two of these! This is the layer that needs to be tucked in and will ideally have some sort of mock or turtle neck, like the style below.
I like my next layering item to be slightly oversized, or a little more loose to make sure I can swing away with zero restriction. I love this velour style from RLX for it’s chic, off-duty look and sporty finishes.
RLX Velour Quarter-Zip Golf Pullover
A vest is the ultimate on-course layering piece to keep your core warm. It won’t impede your swing because there are no sleeves to get in the way. If the sun peeks out, it’s easy to stuff in your bag — again, because there are no sleeves to get in the way.
Lululemon Down For It All Vest
I like a jogger because if it’s cold, you can layer a legging underneath, and they’re an all around comfortable style. The pair below is my absolute favorite for their soft hand-feel and adjustable waistband that you can flip up for a more high-waisted look.
Women’s UA Team Joggers
No-show socks are a no-go during the winter months unless you want freezing cold ankles. Snag a pair like the ones below that go up a little bit higher if you’re planning on playing in the wind.
Bombas Golf Quarter Socks
Usually, if you nail the sock piece, you should be good with any comfy shoe, like this sneaker-inspired pair from Nike Golf.
Nike Roshe G