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4 Fashion Tips for Your Next Round of Golf

When it comes to hitting up the golf course, you can’t quite dress like you do to play mini-golf. Rather, there are some strict dressing guidelines that many courses follow as a tradition to the game itself. Here are four helpful fashion tips that should ensure you’ve got the right clothing on when you show up at the golf club.

Get A Golf Shirt

Many people don’t realize that golf shirts are actually made differently than traditional polo shirts. Golf shirts are designed to be longer. This way, your shirt can stay tucked into your pants after repeatedly swinging your clubs. Golf shirts are designed to be short-sleeve so that your arms are free to move during each swing without restriction. Opt for choosing a color that showcases your personality but doesn’t distract others from the game.

Let Your Outfit Speak for You

There are many funny golf outfits out there that can allow you to be unique on the course. A good rule of thumb is to choose an outfit that mismatches colors. This will assist you in standing out from the crowd. The added bonus is that your outfit can not only bring attention to your game, but it can help to distract your competitors from their game.

Opt for Pants

While there are definitely golf players who sport shorts, not all clubs allow them. You should invest your money in a good pair of khakis or similar pants first. This way, you can always be assured that you meet the dress code of the course. For women, culottes or capris are considered acceptable attire. Most courses don’t allow their players to wear jeans.

Get the Right Shoes

There are two main types of golf shoes. These are the soft spiked cleats and the metal cleats. Traditionally, metal cleats were the most popularly used as they allowed the golfer to get a good stance when swinging. However, many golf courses are placing restrictions on the type of cleat that can be worn. In most cases, you’ll find that courses only allow soft spikes and not metal ones. This is simply for the fact that soft spikes don’t tear up the greens as the metal cleats do.

Dressing for the golf course is half of the battle when it comes to playing your best game. You want to dress comfortably so that you can move freely but you also want to be assured that you will meet the golf course’s dress standard. The above tips should help you to identify the right clothing to wear for your next round of golf.

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Comment by Anhen on February 3, 2020 at 11:56am

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Comment by LaMesa on July 20, 2020 at 6:18am

Neither a golf shirt nor shoes will ever help be, because I just can't play it. When I was at high school I was in girls' soccer team so this looks much more habitual to me. Later my BF said I could bet on sports and since I am smart and know the rules, I have good chances to win.


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