Think it’s not possible to bundle up for a round of sub-50-degree golf and not look like the Michelin man?
That used to be the case, but times have changed and thankfully so have the golf outfits. Here are a few stylish winter golf outfits that will keep you warm while still looking cool. Because why shouldn’t golf be a winter sport, too?
Staying warm but keeping the swing quiet was Adidas’ goal in making the Frostguard insulated jackets and vests for men and women. Knit side panels and sleeves provide better mobility and are water-resistant.
The front and back body panels are woven bonded to provide warmth and wind protection. The contrast materials add really nice, stylish details to the pieces.
For women, we paired the Frostguard jacket in an earthy green with the adidas Half-Zip Knit mid-layer, the Ultimate 365 skort that has the same earthy green in the stripe print, and Climaheat fleece-lined leggings in black.
The Touring jacket in navy blue is good looking enough to wear to the office yet functional to perform on the golf course. Diamond quilted Primaloft provides the warmth necessary to ward off the chill. A full-zip with an additional button cover flap adds protection from the cold, and two front pockets are ideal for convenient storage.
We love it with the Montauk jogger or trouser in the burgundy red color or the sage green, but the pants aren’t constructed for warmth so you’ll need to add a base layer for really cold days. These pants are sold out in most sizes online, but the color pairings provide outfit inspiration.
By now you all should know that Kjus makes ski and golf wear so staying warm is in its DNA. The Ike warm pants for men have brushed fleece on the inside, plus stretch for comfort. Offered in six colors and three lengths, these are the perfect winter pant for golf and out to dinner on a ski vacation.
Taking a page from the ski category, we’re throwing on the Blackcomb jacket that is made with lightweight down insulation, stretchable sleeve hems and elastic inserts for swing flexibility. The Trace half-zip made from microfleece makes a warm comfortable first layer, and a classic cashmere blend beanie is a must.
The Ikala 5-pocket warm pant is the women’s version of the Ike with the warm fleece lining and stretch fabric. The Macuna Insulation jacket is made from lightweight featherless down and DWR surface treatment to protect from wet snow or rain.
The versatile jacket can be worn as an outer layer with a crisp white half-zip, but also fits easily under a shell layer for maximum weather protection. We love the crochet headband that can go from golf to hikes to under a ski helmet.