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2017 Golf Sweaters

Golf sweaters are stylish, comfortable attire for the golf course that also keeps you warm on chilly afternoons. Choosing the correct golf sweater should be given some thought, as the high-quality construction, design and fit all helps to make you look and feel great on the greens.

This buying guide to golf sweaters offers expert advice on which materials to wear, available brands, and how to stay warm and toasty on the golf course.


Golf sweaters – What to look for

Golf Sweaters are available in a range of materials, including wool, fleece, polyester and cotton--with each iteration performing in different--yet still effective ways. Below is a rundown of the best materials a golfer should lookout for when buying golf sweaters.

Palm Grove has grown a popular choice with golfers, and there's an amazing range of autumn/winter sweaters for every player to enjoy. The Palm Grove Plain V Neck Sweater offers simplistic style. Its ribbed cuffs and hem will enhance your style and your golfing wardrobe, elevating it to a whole new level.

For lady golfers, the Palm Grove Cable Knit Ladies Vest adds an extra layer of warmth to your golfing outfit. The cable knit design looks great, while the fabrics are stretchy for optimal freedom of movement. The design is complete with the Palm Grove logo located above the hem at the bottom.

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Polyester golf sweaters

It’s hard to match the comfort and performance of polyester, which can withstand most weather conditions. Polyester works very well as an insulating, cushioning material, as it creates a warm protective shell that wind cannot penetrate.

The Under Armour Storm Fleece Sweater, PUMA Golf PowerWarm Popover Sweater, adidas Golf 3-Stripe V-Neck Sweater, Nike Golf Dri-Fit Knit Sweater, Oscar Jacobson Pock Tour Sweater, PUMA Golf Core Popover Sweater, Callaway Golf Waffle Fleece II Sweater and Footjoy Chill-Out Sweater are some of the very best quality polyester-constructed attires available today.


Merino Wool golf sweaters

Merino, or merino wool, is excellent at regulating body temperature when worn close to, or against, the skin. It draws moisture away from the skin to leave players feeling cool, dry and comfortable.

Merino wool clothing has grown in popularity recently, and now sports some of the very best golf sweaters, including the PING Langdale II Sweater, Lyle & Scott Tolmount Sweater, Lyle & Scott Nevis Sweater and Callaway Golf Merino Vest.


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Lambswool golf sweaters

Lambswool is soft, elasticised and slippery; often used in high-grade attire. Many golfers opt for lambswool clothing in sweaters due its incredibly warm, snug appeal in cold weather. Strong wind and snow are unavoidable on the golf course, but lambswool material will at least work as a buffer to keep the chill at bay. Golfers who wear lambswool are not restricted in their movements, allowing flowing golf to be played without material pulling back on the arms, back or shoulders.


Cotton golf sweaters

Cotton material has excellent breathability in a variety of weather conditions. The soft material doesn’t rub when swinging the golf club and makes for easy, comfortable attire in any situation. Subtle yet elegant, cotton material offers players warmth in cool temperatures.

Taking advantage of cotton’s wonderful advantages, the Palm Grove Plain V Neck Sweater, adidas Golf Essentials Crew Ladies Sweater and Stuburt Essentials Crew Neck Sweater are all great options for golfers.


You can view the full range of golf sweaters today at American Golf, or browse by brand, including Nike, adidas, Callaway, PING, PUMA, Stuburt, FootJoy, Palm Grove, Under Armour, Galvin Green, Green Lamb, Benross, GOLFINO, Calvin Klein, Oscar Jacobson, Daily Sports, Lyle & Scott.