Designed with anti-stink technology, Lululemon’s range of golf shorts are tailored to make that trip back to the clubhouse a comfortable one. Their ‘Commission’ shorts can be fitted to all shapes and sizes but are always guaranteed to give you breathing room. They also utilise a variety of different fabrics, including recycled polyester, if you are more of a player concerned with looking the part, with their minimalist design and a vibrant gallery of different colour options.
A brand that knows golf has always been the gentleman’s game and when it comes to the style, Rhone goes for the classic look combined with dependable function. With their ‘Commuter’ range of golf shorts which are built around the player that goes between work to the course and come layered with Flex-Knit fabric, secure zipper pockets and a gusset for comfort and mobility for premium activewear that will endure those scorching days on the green.
With the benefit of being one of, if not the most recognisable brands in all of sports, Nike understands that when you slap the swoosh on a pair of golf shorts, there’s a certain standard that comes with it. Designed with comfort and function in mind, including their Dri-FIT range, that is structured with a stretchy fabric and a tacky waistband that will keep your shirt tucked even while swinging, and layered pockets, even one for your tees.
Another half of the major sports brands, Adidas specialise all of their activewear according to the game it’s being designed, and their golf shorts are no different. Made entirely from recycled polyester and elastane, the breathable, stretchy fabric of their ‘Expose’ shorts for example, deliver the kind of comfort needed for those warm days on the course, and allow you play comfortably, swinging and crouching freely without the annoying ride up meesign with your game.
Footjoy have specialised in golf clothing and accessories since 1857, and has since been acquired by the golf conglomerate, the Acushnet Company, which owns some of the best brands in the business, including Titleist and Scott Cameron. A high standard comes with those names, and fortunately their golf shorts meet this, with their ‘Weekender’ shorts combining the functionality needed to play comfortably with the relaxed style of a dress short that is perfect for those drinks off the course.
The way that Callaway approaches anything they do, from their clubs to their golf balls, they always apply a scientific edge, and the same goes for their golf shorts.With their range, including the ‘Lightweight Tech’, that has UV+ 50 woven into the polyester fabric making it perfect for those hot days, a stretchy belt loop waistband, and four zip pockets that will keep everything you need secure without getting in the way of your swing.
With the modern golfer in mind, G/Fore aims to fuse the classic aesthetic that honours the history and tradition of golf, with premium fabrics such as twill to create their range of golf shorts. All of them follow this high standard, but be sure to check out their ‘Club Short’, with it’s grosgrain detail on the waistband that allows you to comfortably play beltless and a non-slip interior silicone strip to keep them in place while you make your shot.
If you are wanting to look as sleek as possible for a day on the course, whether you are a beginner or an expert, then look no further than this Swedish brand, that covers its functionality with style. You can’t look any better than in their ‘Eloy Tapered’ shorts that offer a 4-way stretch for easy movement making every swing a comfortable one. Add a tapered silhouette and lightweight construction and you’ll be looking fresh with no effort at all.
Founded and based in California, Travis Mathew has approached the design of their apparel with inspiration from the lifestyle of the sunny state. Their golf shorts are constructed with comfort and livability in mind, and an overall relaxed style wherever you are, such as the ‘Beck’ short, that is made with their premium Lifestyle Performance fabrication and a lightweight, 4-way stretch that will have you performing on the course and comfortable for those after game drinks.
A brand that has garnered a reputation for creating athlete-level sports equipment and apparel for any level of player, Under Armour have applied this to the game of golf and their shorts have that tour-level quality. With a ventilated mesh body, 4-way stretch engineered waistband that is included in the ‘Match Play’ short, that also includes material that is designed to wick sweat and dry fast, making them a go to for those extra hot days.
For the everyman that enjoys a weekend on the course or at the driving range, you can find comfortability and affordability in Oakley’s range of golf shorts. With 4-way, stretch engineered waistbands, interior silicone strips and breathable fabrics that help to keep you dry and odourless in those high temperatures. All of these features are included in their ‘Take Pro’ short that comes in a variety of different colours for an overall stylish, no-fuss look.
The history of Original Penguin is unique. It involves a delayed flight in 1955, a lot of alcohol, and a stuffed penguin losing it’s head at some point during said flight, probably due to more alcohol. Out of all of that craziness somehow emerged one of today’s premier sportswear brands, and within their wide range you can find some of the most comfortable golf shorts, with an emphasis on everyday style and stretchy fabrics as seen in their ‘Herringbone’ shorts.
Finishing out the Big 3 of sportswear, Puma sets themselves apart by having one of the most affordable ranges of golf shorts, without compromising on the quality. With technical fabrics that wick the sweat away always keeping you feeling fresh and dry, lightweight mesh stretch waistband that has silicone gripper tape woven in to keep that shirt tucked on the bigger swings. Be sure to check out the ‘Jackpot’ golf shorts, available in over 20 colours.
Founded by former alpine ski champion Laas Kjus, Kjus know a thing or two about the terrain of sports and design their apparel with the elements in mind. They aren’t going for the most stylish with exotic fabrics, but they know you need to be as comfortable as possible to help achieve the best results. Among their wide range of golf shorts, the ‘Trade Wind’ shorts come with lightweight materials that ensure breathability and stop sweat from getting out of control.
Owned and designed by world renowned luxury label Ralph Lauren, RLX combines the latest in sportswear technologies with the finest fabrics and they didn’t skip any details when it came to their range of golf shorts. With lightweight fabrics finished with twill patterns, a flat buttonless front, an overall tailored fit for the style, and 4-way stretch waistband and an internal shirt gripper for the function, all included in their ‘Athletic Tailored’ golf shorts.
Established in 1986, Golfino got their start in knitwear and has grown into one of the premier brands of golf apparel that supplies high quality with great functionality. With stretch components in the waistbands that allow for comfort during all any movement you make on the course, and slim fits for a modern, sporty look. All of these can be found in their ‘Super Tech Stretch’ short, which even comes with a 5 pocket design.
Providing functional clothing, designed with optimal comfort, Galvin Green’s range of sportswear is tailored for the serious golfer, and designed by serious golfers. Whether it’s playing in a tournament or for bragging rights during an 18 holer, you need golf shorts that will keep you feeling as fresh as your first tee. Included in their ‘Paco Ventil8’ shorts are moisture wicking fabrics, UV protection, and an increased level of stretch for an increased level of comfort.
Precision, performance, passion, that is the mission statement for Castore’s approach to designing their sportswear. The result is a range of shorts that are light, durable, and high-performing, no matter if you are on the 17th hole or at the range after work. With their ‘Morar Lifestyle’ short, you’ll find a super stretchy beltless waistband that is both comfortable and functional, breathable fabric, and zipped pockets to keep all of your essentials safe and secure.
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If you’re the kind of golfer that isn’t concerned with the ‘uniform’ of golf but still wants to be comfortable, casual, and not have your fit get in the way of your swing, then Lyle & Scott have the range of shorts for you. With many different styles from cargo shorts, linen shorts and even sweat shorts for those evening trips to the range. Be sure to check out the chino shorts for the most golf appropriate fit that still keeps it stylish and cool.
Bringing style, comfort and function all within one pair of shorts is an easy task for a brand like Uniqlo that provides just that for the kind of player who is looking for a casual style of play. All of their shorts are designed for activity and are made with stretchy fabrics for comfortability, including the ‘Dry-Ex Ultra Stretch’ that provides ease of movement that doubles as loungewear as much as activewear making them a perfect fit for a casual round on the course.
A brand that's always been associated with quality, Calvin Klein’s range of golf shorts are fashionable before anything else. Without sacrificing on the functionality, they have everything a pair of golf shorts needs to keep you playing at your best including 4 way stretch waistbands, breathable fabrics and silicone tape to keep your shirt tucked all the while showing off the ‘CK’ embroidered logo as seen on the ‘Genius’ stretch shorts.
Founded in 2001 off the back of a cashmere sweater, Peter Millar has grown their range of golf apparel to include shorts that show off the brand's ethos, luxury, elegance and superior craftsmanship. Offering an extensive gallery, designed for lightweight comfort from materials such as polyester and spandex that achieve an easy stretch, moisture-wicking, and zip flies that add a touch of flair to classic course style as seen in the ‘Carrboro Retro’ short.
Where luxury fashion meets sports lifestyle, Bogner have always sought to deliver the highest quality with all of their sportswear without compromising on the most important factors, comfort and livability, and their range of shorts are examples of just that. They have everything you need to stay comfortable out there on the course with stretchy waistbands and even water-repellent materials as seen on their ‘Gorka’ shorts, which are finely crafted with double-stitched hems and achieve a classic regular fit.