Some women’s golf apparel choices are similar to the men’s golf apparel, like for instance polo t-shirts and long sleeve polo’s. There do seem to be more styles and choices though, unlike the men’s apparel. Sleeveless polo’s and zip up collars are some different versions you will have to choose from.

There are many styles of pants to choose from also, like ankle length, crop and capri’s. Basically a wide range of different pants lengths and styles. Women’s golf shorts, skorts and skirts come in a variety of different lengths that are above the knee and shorter, unlike the men’s shorts that are just above the knee to below the knee in most cases.

The most important thing to remember is that when you are golfing on certain courses there is a dress code to follow. If you don’t have any golf clothes yet, because they can be expensive, some alternatives are shirts that have a collar with or without buttons, short or long sleeve. Capri’s and khaki’s are good choices for the pants. You will not want to wear any type of jeans, they are not acceptable for most golf courses, and you wouldn’t want to be wearing them anyway because they only restrict your movement and range of motion.

The greatest benefit to buying some golf apparel is that it will be comfortable to wear in different weather conditions. Most golf apparel is made of moisture-wicking material for hot weather conditions, and is water resistant also for rainy conditions. It will not restrict your movement either like other types of clothing, and will look professional.

Visors, Hats, and Sunglasses

You will definitely want to wear a golf visor or hat when you are out playing on the course, even if you’re only playing nine holes. It doesn’t take long to get a sunburn, and a visor or hat can at least protect your face from the sun. Some other good reasons to have a hat are to keep the sun out of your eyes, so you can track the ball more easily, and to prevent sweat from going in your eyes and running down your face.

There are also hats for the cooler weather too. Acrylic and wool knit beanie hat and scarf sets are a popular choice. The newsboy knitted hats, and newsboy cabbie hats are also popular choices. There is not shortage of hat or visor styles to choose from when it comes to women’s golf hats.

Along with having a hat, you will need some sunglasses to further protect your eyes from the sun and minimize glare. You will want to get sunglasses that are polarized with 100% UV protection. Rimless, wraparound style sunglasses will give you a wider field of protected vision, but there are many other styles of sunglasses to choose from that might appeal to you better, if you don’t like those.

Golf Shirts and Sweaters

While men traditionally wear some type of golf polo shirt, women have many more options when it comes to golf shirts. There are still plenty of polo styles to choose from, those with buttons or a zipper, v-neck, sleeveless, short sleeve and long sleeve, but there are also t-shirts with many of the same features and even more sleeve lengths.

If you are looking for sweaters there is a wide selection to choose from. There are wool, argyle, fleece and knit sweaters. There are turtlenecks, and v-neck sweaters and vests. 1/4 zip, 1/2 zip and full zip pullovers and hoodies are also an option.

Pants, Shorts, Skorts, and Skirts

Here is a variety of pants to choose from. There are full length and ankle length pants, cargo, chino, crop, capri, and aruba full length roll-up pants. There are even more styles to choose from than that, and many of them are water and wind-resistant. They are also made of moisture-wicking materials to keep you cooler.

Shorts, skorts, and skirts could be a good choice in the summer, or any hot weather conditions while vacationing. There are plenty of lengths to choose from in shorts, skorts, and skirts. Bermuda shorts, stretch twill, printed, and tournament shorts are some choices. Skorts basically look like skirts, but with shorts underneath them. They are made to be stretchy and breathable for comfort.

Belts and Socks

There are definitely more styles and prints to choose from in women’s golf belts. There is a wide range on the prices of belts from under $10 to over $100, and you can buy them in a 2 or 3 pack, generally with one buckle to be used for all the belts.

Socks come in a variety of lengths from no show to knee-high, and are padded in specific areas for comfort. Moisture-wicking material is used for keeping your feet cool and dry

Jackets and Outerwear

Jackets and Pullovers are made with or without a hood, and have zipper lengths from 1/4 zip to 1/2 zip and full zip covering the neck. Sleeve lengths range from sleeveless to full length. Most jackets are wind and water resistant. A Rainjacket or raingear is your best bet if you want to repel all the rainwater and wind. Jacket prices range from under $20 to over $200.

Women’s Golf Apparel Brands

These are the popular brands in visors and hats: Adidas, Nike, Siggi, Puma, Under Armour, Scala, Bellady, SK Hat Shop, and Janey & Rubbins. Here are some good brand choices in sunglasses: Torege, Flux, Duduma, Under Armour, Cosver, Oakley, Bolle, Paerde, Tifosi, Nike, Adidas, Costa.

Some popular brands in golf shirts and sweaters are: Nike, Adidas, Under Armour, Puma, Callaway, Clovery, Greg Norman, Jerzees, Hanes, Animal Den, Cutter & Buck, PGA Tour, Glenmuir, Titania, SVG, and Jofit.

For pants and shorts, skorts and skirts, these are the brands to choose from: Puma, Under Armour, Sketchers, PGA Tour, Nike, Adidas, Columbia, Slazenger, Callaway, Monterey Club, and Cityoung.

These are the popular common brands of golf jackets to choose from: Adidas, Nike, Puma, Sketchers, Callaway, ProQuip, Sunview golf, Monterey Club, Antigua, Footjoy, Under Armour, and Sun Mountain.

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