Summer Essentials

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You know that feeling when you look in the wardrobe and see some tired summer gear looking back at you? It doesn’t have to be that way.

Many amateurs consider themselves to be fair-weather golfers – those who shun the waterproofs and winter layers until the sunshine re-emerges.

But how often have you discovered a polo shirt you liked last September suddenly looks like a charity shop cast-off the following May?

Some trusty items will have seen you through several seasons and will require some steely determination to make you even consider an upgrade.

But sometimes, all it takes is a little persuasion and to know that there are some fabulous brands and some newer modern looks to add some style to your game.

Luckily, has all of the bases covered to either revamp your summer golfing outfits or at least add a few new options if you are not quite ready to part with your lucky T-shirt from 1999.


Nike’s 2016 range adds style, quality and their broad selection allows any size and shape to look their best. And their modern slimmer fit does not instantly mean you need to be cut from granite to carry them off.

The Golf Fly Framing Commander Polo White (£49) is a single-knit mesh for ultimate stretch mobility. The moisture management also ensures you won’t be uncomfortable, even in the height of summer. It’s a classic design, which will work so well with any number of other colours.

If you are looking for some inspiration for smart, functional shorts, the Peter Millar Salem Performance Midnight (£69) will tick those boxes.

Made from 100-per-cent polyester, it’s a soft fabric with two open front pockets, two button-down back pockets with a contemporary fit.


To accessorise, the J.Lindeberg Chap Stripe Striped Elastic Braid Beige belt (£89), will add an extra feature to the outfit.Comfortable, supportive and stable shoes are a must on the course and the ECCO Biom Hybrid II Black/White (£169) also offers some great versatility on and off the course.

Pitched somewhere between the trainer and the shoe, it’s the first-ever performance hybrid golf shoe, utilising all of the technology you would expect in a striking design. And the outfit wouldn’t be complete without a hat to top things off.The G/FORE Modern Camo Rip Stop Berry (£35) adds a splash of extra colour and fun, while keeping the sun out of your eyes and protecting the top of your head.

With the modern camo pattern, it’s crafted from a performance poly fabric and features the signature G/FORE logo on the front. It’s the perfect way to top off the summer look.



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