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Don’t ‘Fall’ Back on Golf Style

Don’t ‘Fall’ Back on Golf Style

Cooler temperatures.  Leaves turning.  The last putt of the Ryder Cup sunk.  Time to clear your weekend calendar for football rather than tee times, right?  Wrong.  

Fall is a wonderful time to play.  Walking is preferred, as gone is the scorching heat and suffocating humidity, replaced with crisp mornings that warm into mild days.  For those chasing the pursuit of better golf, why hang up the clubs?  Instead, think of fall as a time to get a jump on the coming season.

The same goes for your wardrobe.  In many ways fall mimics spring, where layers are essential.  An 8 a.m. tee time might require a light jacket, but by the turn, the sun is higher and shirt sleeves are all that’s needed.  

But first, let’s think about the last time you gave your golf apparel a once over.  You buy new office clothes.  I mean, Dan in accounting wears these cool blue-checked shirts, so should you.  A social gathering offers harsh reality that your denim game is stuck in 2005.  So, chances are the same goes for your golf selections.

For many, it typically consists of some scratchy, striped polyester polos – perhaps free from a charity outing or two – that “kinda fit” (hey, they were free!), an outdated pair of khaki shorts and an oversize, wrinkled half-zip windbreaker that typically lives in the bowels of your golf bag.

You care about your game.  Hours on the driving range, bartering with your spouse for more rounds, even equipment fittings.  Why not treat your golf apparel the same?  Like how you ended up buying that fancy new driver, it’s time to get fit for a look to match.

Fall is the best time to start.  With the right combination of pieces, you can extend your season and when spring arrives, just like your golf game, your style will be a step ahead.  Let’s keep it easy.  Here’s the singingyuko recipe to get you started:  

Outerwear (x1) – A piece to pull double duty keeping the chill away and warding off a few raindrops, moisture wicking, breathable and functional

Polos (x4) – Create a mix of patterns and colors that are different, but cohesive to create a look that works together. 


Shorts (x2) – If your polo selection is patterned, the bottom should be a simple, neutral shade that will easily pair with your tops


Pants (x1) – In fall and spring a nice pair of trousers come in handy, follow the same rule as shorts and pick a tone that will complement your upper-half, we recommend a light gray


Since you’re going to make the investment, make sure everything suits your everyday needs as well.  We’re biased, but singingyuko creates comfortable designs for wherever you play.  Outerwear that’s at home on a ride, run or tailgate.  Super-soft polos that work alone or under a pullover. You get the idea.

So don’t fall backwards, rather, think springing forward when it comes to your golf apparel!

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