How to Dress for: The Golf Course (Summer Edition)

How to Dress for The Golf Course Summer

As the U.S. Open tees off tomorrow in California, it seems to be the perfect time to address how to dress for the golf course.  The golf course is not a rave, don’t go there dressed like Rickie Fowler.  Show some respect for the game and wear a collared shirt.  You never know who you’ll run into on the course, it could be a future boss or client, and you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression.  Stick with clothing built for the golf course.  It will keep you cooler and allow for plenty of movement.  With the summer heat you can opt for shorts instead of pants especially if it’s a scorcher.  Follow this guide and you’ll be well-suited for the 1st hole through the 19th.How to Dress for the Golf Course Summer

johnnie-O Prep-Formance Polo ($70) / Bonobos The Press Golf Pants ($98) / Atlantic Drift Tour Visor ($24) / Costa del Mar Fantail Sunglasses ($169-$249) / Knot Clothing Four Majors Leatherback Tabbed Belt ($96) / Kentwool Tour Profile Sock ($19.95) / Footjoy FJ Icon ($260)

How to Dress for the Golf Course Summer

Nike Bold Stripe Polo ($65) / Brooks Brothers St. Andrews Links Plain-Front Golf Shorts ($98.50) / Anchored Style Salt Wash Khaki Signature Hat ($24) / Smathers & Branson Caddyshack Needlepoint Belt ($165) / Kentwool USA Sock ($19.95) / Nike Lunar Control ($190)

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2 Responses to How to Dress for: The Golf Course (Summer Edition)

  1. This lesson needs to be read by the people who probably won’t read it. I’m glad that Tiger Woods opened golf to a new audience. But, now is the time for the courses to hold fast to the rules and etiquette of golf. I’ve seen people playing who looked like they came straight to the course after mowing the yard. Seriously?

  2. misspelled my name. *sigh* it’s getting late.
    I’m preppy, not perppy.

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