With professional golfers like Michelle Wie and Natalie Gulbis leading the way in stylish and stylish golf apparel, today’s female golfers expect a wide choice of practical and fashionable apparel.
A wider choice of women’s golf apparel
The choice of clothing available for female golfers is increasing more and more. While golf stores often have limited stock, online stores now offer a wider range of brands and designs and there really is something for everyone.
For more traditional designs that might suit the more mature golfer, Lyle and Scott sell a wide range of products, including a range of knit items ideal for spring afternoons. Daily Sport also offers a range of stylish clothing, although availability in the smaller sizes is scarce.
Glenmuir offers an attractive collection of women’s golf apparel, catering to sizes 8-18. Green Lamb is another very popular brand: introduced in 1989, it pioneered women’s golf fashion, becoming one of the first companies to create apparel specifically for women golfers.
For ladies on a budget, Adidas and Nike produce extensive ranges of golf apparel at more affordable prices. However, the best way to get a wardrobe cheaper is to do some research, take advantage of the various online sales and try to shop out of season: for example, buy your summer shorts and skirts in the fall.
Dress up for a summer golf outing
Women often wear shorts or a skirt in the summer months, but cropped or long pants may be more appropriate for cooler summer days. Course dress codes tend to be more relaxed for women, but it’s important to check what your course regulations are. Most courses will allow any style of shirt as long as it has a collar, and cropped shorts or pants are generally acceptable, although there may be a minimum length requirement for shorts. Some courses also stipulate certain sock lengths.
Make sure you have a light sweater or jacket with you, as weather conditions can change during the round. It’s also wise to keep a set of raincoats in your golf bag, and an approved sun hat or visor is a vital accessory.
Dress Up for a Game of Golf in Winter
Make sure you have plenty of layers to tackle the golf course in the winter months. A good base layer is essential, it is best to use two or three thin layers so that they do not compromise your golf swing, and you can remove the layers if the day gets warmer.
Good waterproof shoes are a must, as feet can get saturated when walking through damp grass, especially if you find yourself on rough terrain more often than you’d like. Choose shoes with winter spikes to ensure good grip.
On cold days, it’s a good idea to invest in a pair of gloves or winter gloves to wear between golf putts. Many brands offer padded winter pants for extra warmth, and golfers should make sure they never play without their raincoats in their bag.