Golf Clothes

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Loric Flames Polo Golf Shirt
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Original Price: $250.00 $250
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Manoel Softshell Jacket - Black-Gray
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Original Price: $500.00 $500
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Arco Twill Golf Pant
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Original Price: $220.00 $220
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Bonito Netted Golf Cap - Olive Green
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Original Price: $80.00 $80
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Hanno Pique Polo Golf Shirt - Deep Olive
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Original Price: $170.00 $170
Now: $119.00
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Kenny Flames Golf Cap
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Original Price: $80.00 $80
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Gori Golf Short - Navy Blue
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Original Price: $200.00 $200
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Vico Striped Polo Golf Shirt - Navy Blue
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Original Price: $190.00 $190
Now: $114.00
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Alba Skort - Black
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Original Price: $280.00 $280
Now: $196.00
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Tessy Golf Pant - Black Plaid
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Original Price: $300.00 $300
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Karen G Palm Print Golf Pant
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Original Price: $350.00 $350
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Netty G Golf Short - White
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Original Price: $220.00 $220
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Kiki Golf Tee Shirt - Black
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Original Price: $190.00 $190
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Eddi Magenta Golf Pant
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Original Price: $300.00 $300
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Ronja Quarter Zip Polo Golf Shirt
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Original Price: $160.00 $160
Now: $104.00
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Eileen Lightweight Jacket - Baby Pink
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Original Price: $450.00 $450
Now: $292.50
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Lumi 2 Golf Shirt
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Original Price: $140.00 $140
Now: $98.00
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Dakota Lightweight Down Jacket - Navy
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Original Price: $650.00 $650
Now: $390.00
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Lumi 2 Palm Print Golf Shirt - Sport Blue
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Original Price: $150.00 $150
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Eva Sleeveless Half Zip Polo Golf Shirt
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Avena Golf Dress - Sport Blue
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Original Price: $350.00 $350
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Jacky Golf Dress - Navy Blue
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Original Price: $390.00 $390
Now: $253.50
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Josefina Striped Dress - Black
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Original Price: $390.00 $390
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Ina High Low Sweatshirt - Navy Blue
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Original Price: $420.00 $420
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Aleja Jogging Pants - Navy Blue
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Original Price: $320.00 $320
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Neela Tee-Shirt - Navy Blue
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Akima Lightweight Vest - Navy Blue
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Original Price: $320.00 $320
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Flury Golf Cap
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Original Price: $90.00 $90
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Kaya Smocked Lightweight Jacket - Navy Blue
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Original Price: $550.00 $550
Now: $385.00

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A Short History of Golf Attire

Golfing attire has changed a lot since the 15th century Scottland, when all golfers had to worry about was the elements. The history of golf clothes is a long and interesting mix of dressing for the weather and high society style.

The Earliest Years

In the early years of golf, Scotts wore knickerbockers (short pants.) These ended below the knee and were complimented by wool socks and tweed jackets. Their shirts had heavily starched collars with a necktie and sturdy shoes. Although this was perfect for the harsh Scottish weather, it did not sit well with other nobility.

The 1900s

In the 1900s, golf took hold in the majority of Europe and over to America. Since the serviceable highland gear was not fashionable for golf clothes in other cultures, men's fashion of the time took over. A single-breasted jacket usurped the heavy wool, but the knickers remained.

The 1920s

By the 1920s, golf was the sport of the wealthy, and they began to establish their own fashion. Golfers started to wear plus-fours where were knickers but four inches longer and two-toned shoes called "spectator" shoes. Their socks were made from cotton and long enough to disappear under the Knickerbockers. They wore shirts, ties and the tradition of the golf cardigan began.

The 1930s

It wasn't until the 1930s that more casual attire began to take hold. Instead of bulky winter gear, men wore lightweight golf clothes. In many instances, men went from work to the course, so they wore white or grey pants suitable for both.

The 1940s

It was in the 1940s that significant changes to golf wear were taking place. Instead of a traditional look, the clothing became more practical. Although cardigans remained popular for chilly weather, short sleeve knit shirts came into play for the warmer months. Water-resistant "Eisenhower" jackets during the rainy months and khakis were complimented by colorful shirts. 

While golf clothing has changed, the basic coloring hasn't. Some of the tartan, plaid and wool still appear on the courses today.