Nov 22, 2017

Essentials For Fall Golf

This time of the year in my neck of the woods most golf courses are closed or are soon to be closed. For those die hard golfers who are still getting their last rounds in you need to be dressed for what nature will throw at you during these blustery months of Fall. So here’s my checklist or essentials for Fall Golf.

Here in Canada we call them toques, other places a beanie whatever you call them an essential for those of us that are hair challenged and play golf in the Fall.

Thirty6ix Golf Company has the Back Nine Beanie at $18 CDN a must when the leaves and wind fly. One size fits all because of the softer acrylic knit fabric.

Again the Thirty6ix Golf Company has some great hoodie including the Twilight which I purchase this summer and love it both on and off the course. Great for a round when it’s cold and windy just put up the hood and chill.

Mid Layer
A great mid layer pullover is the Danny Insula from Galvin Green. It’s the ideal sweater for golf played in cooler conditions. I’ve had lots of success with Galvin Green products and you can’t go wrong with this pullover and its Insula fabric which combines exceptional breathability with thermal regulation. Keeps the body warm and comfortable during a Fall round plus your swing will be just as easy as making a NetBet Sport bet.

Have always loved Under Armour golf pants and the UA Match Play Golf — Straight Leg Pants are just plain awesome. A lightweight feel and a fuller cut ideal for a golfers swing.

Shoes to me have to be functional plus stand out and the Grey Innovator 1.0 from Jack Grace USA fits the bill. Just got back from playing golf on Kiawah island including the Ocean Course and the Jack Grace shoes held up beautifully over 54 holes of golf in a day and half.

This really is one of the coolest golf shoes ever.  The modular saddles can be swapped in and out with ease. Not only are the saddles interchangeable, they’re also functional. The laces tighten the shoe just as conventional shoe with laces does. Hands down the most versatile shoe in golf.

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