Your Golf Closet Essentials
Posted on 11 October 2015
Whether you golf every day or once a month there are a few essential pieces that you will need in your wardrobe. Here are 13 golf pieces that should be in YOUR golf closet, not to mention you can get at least 25 different outfit combinations with them!
1. BOTTOMS - You will want a pair of golf pants that have a nice amount of give for all the bending and twisting you do on the course, 2 shorts , 2 skorts or one of each depending on your style, and a pair of rain pants.
These dark grey pants from Daily Sports are great, they can pair with a ton of different coloured tops and you can wear them for way more than just the course. Daily Sports Sierra Pants $168
You will need a pair of light weight rain pants, even if you don't golf in the rain they are great for those chilly days to throw overtop your shorts. These rain pants from Cross Sportswear are unbelievable, 4 way stretch and actually look like pants and they will last you forever. Black rain pants from Cross Sportswear $270
2. TOPS - You will need 2 short sleeve polos, 2 sleeveless polos, 1 long sleeve polo, 1 sweater, one wind jacket or vest, and a rain jacket.
You always need a staple white piece in your closet, this long sleeve is great for cool or warm days with its mesh sleeves and UV protection, Daily Sports Macy long sleeve $75. For those chilly mornings pop on this dark grey turtleneck, Daily Sports Adela Long sleeve mock $105. Everyone needs a great pullover, this black and silver one from Daily Sports is great for golf, running or even layering for ski, Daily Sports Sherley l/s mock neck $142.
I love this vest from GG Blue, it pairs great with the Daily Sports grey turtleneck listed above or the white Macy long sleeve polo, GG Blue Toni Vest $110. Everyone needs a good rain jacket, this one from Abacus is great because it is fully seam sealed, stretchy and has a cool monochromatic polkadot detail, also great for running or walking the dog, Abacus Barton Rain Jacket $189
Nicole Mendelman - Former golf touring pro, aspiring fashionista