Golf Clothes That Are Not Boring
For me, finding non-ugly golf clothes is one of the hardest parts of the game. I already like grandpa argyles and cable knit sweaters—so you'd think I'd have an advantage—but it's the boxy cuts and stiff fabrics that get me.
I just want golf clothes that I'm excited about, the way I am my sorta-ridiculous-but-funny neon gym tanks or Maria Sharapova-style tennis dresses. Honestly, those workout clothes make me want to be active even more than warm, gorgeous weather does. So in honor of the Masters this weekend, I went on the hunt for cute, non-trite, sporty golf clothes. Apparently they do exist.
Boast's Japanese maple leaf (which looks a bit like something else) is my favorite prepster logo.
If you're gonna wear a visor, go all out. It's better that way.
The best golf skirt I've found: non-boxy, streamlined, lightweight, almost kinda pretty.
They don't even look like golf shoes. But they are.
Keeps you warm without cutting off your arm movement— but, more importantly, it has a cool, throwback little kid vibe.
They're Stella McCartney for Adidas, so you know they're gonna look good.
Stick to Bermuda shorts in darker colors and just-above-the-knee cuts, they can actually be flattering. Really.
I also have this and give it three thumbs up.
If argyle and cable knits are just a little too preppy for you, go for this striped sweater. It works on and off the course.
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