Whether you are new to golf or a regular on the course, the appeal of a chic golf outfit cannot be denied. Classic pieces like solid colored polos and skirts are always good choices. But if you want to spice up your game with a bit more fashionable accents – an eye-catching print, an eye-catching color block pattern, a modern logo motif or an elegant leather interior – PXG is the label of choice. Each part of the collection has a functional design with a freshness that style-conscious golfers want. In addition, the label has many must-have après-links, from joggers to sweatshirts to knitwear, so you can prove your brand loyalty even when you’re not working on your swing.

Discover three on-trend golf outfits ahead of time with the expertly crafted designs from PXG. From the fairway to the clubhouse, every look guarantees winning style.

Discount

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Tone-on-tone black and white color block items make an elegant statement when you get ready to crush your drive. A matching glove and eye-catching sunglasses will enhance your shot (and potentially help you nail that hole in one).

Practice your swing

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Strengthen your shape in a playful printed polo and skirt set. Coordinated accessories such as a visor and black golf shoes keep your game on point, especially in a monochrome palette.

Polo with a juicy print

Skirt with a juicy print

Golf shoes for women

Sports visor with faceted logo

Sports visor with faceted logo

Lazing around in the clubhouse

Woman ready to golf

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Whether you’ve played a full round or not, bring out your preppy best in a plaid cardigan and pleated skirt, perfect for clubhouse drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Complete the look with modern leather slippers and pearl rivets – the definition of contemporary classics.


Laura Lajiness is a freelance writer and editor of fashion, accessories, and fine jewelry (she also occasionally writes beauty puzzles and travel essays).

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