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BRANDED GOLF APPAREL & CLOTHING

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Can professional golfers wear shorts?

In February 2019, a change to the PGA Tour's Player Appearance guidelines was announced, allowing players to wear shorts during all practice and pro-am rounds. The European Tour has allowed this since 2016, but both Tours still require players to wear trousers during official tournament rounds. The LPGA and Ladies European Tours have allowed shorts, skirts and skorts to be worn for quite some time.

Is there golf apparel for kids?

Many of the top golf apparel brands, like Nike, Puma, adidas and Titleist, also make designs specifically for junior golfers. At GolfOnline, we are proud to stock golf apparel for boys and girls, including golf caps, golf polo shirts, golf shorts, golf trousers and golf waterproofs. Discounts and sale lines are always available.

What are the most popular golf apparel brands?

Golf apparel is a necessity for anyone wanting to play the game. At GolfOnline we are proud to stock a variety of golf clothing from the industry's top manufacturers including Puma, adidas, Nike, Callaway, Galvin Green, PING and more. A diverse selection of styles, colours and sizes for men, women and junior golfers helps to ensure the whole family's ready to hit the course. Discounts and sale lines are always available.

What should you wear to play golf?

Most golf courses adhere to a specific dress code. For men, golf trousers or shorts and a golf polo shirt are fine. Women can wear golf trousers, golf shorts, golf skirts or skorts and golf shirts. Sweaters and jumpers are also fine, and proper golf shoes are usually required. Waterproof jackets, trousers and pullovers are a great idea to carry in your golf bag, just in case it rains. When in doubt, check with the course you are playing at for more info. When purchasing golf apparel, GolfOnline recommends choosing fabrics that help the skin to breathe in warmer climates and that retain heat in the colder ones. This can be key to great on-course performance.