Celebrate Team USA’s win with 2022 Presidents Cup gear

Polos, quarter zips and pint glasses, oh my! What better way to celebrate the U.S. Presidents Cup victory?

The U.S. held its lead throughout Sunday singles and secured its ninth consecutive Presidents Cup victory at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.

While Jordan Spieth had the weekend’s best record, going a perfect 5-0-0, captain’s pick Kevin Kisner brought something else to the group.

Kisner was clearly ready to celebrate his team’s victory, and now so can you.

Golfweek has compiled a list of some of the best Team USA and Presidents Cup gear out there so you can celebrate today and for at least the next 23 months.

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How golfers can celebrate the start of the college football season

Whether you yell Roll Tide or War Eagle, this list will get you ready to support your team on and off the golf course.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year.

No, not Masters week, COLLEGE FOOTBALL!

No matter if you’re expecting your team to compete for a spot in the College Football Playoff or you’re just happy to have a shot at a bowl game, we can all be glad that our Saturdays are full of football. And hopefully golf.

So if you yell Roll Tide, Gig ‘Em, O-H-I-O, We Are, War Eagle, prefer your Horns Down or Forks Up, we have just what you need to rep your favorite team on the course before those afternoon kickoffs.

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Best Labor Day weekend golf sales

Celebrate the end of summer by saving money on your favorite golf equipment and apparel.

A holiday weekend means three things in the golf world: sales, sales and more sales.

With so many digital deals, it can get overwhelming for even the most experienced online shopper. Golfweek has pulled together the best sales of the long weekend so you can celebrate by saving money.

From equipment to apparel and accessories for both on and off the course, we’ve got you covered this long weekend.

Check back through the weekend as more sales will be added to this list.

If you’re in denial about the end of summer, check out some of our favorite polos and shorts and 9 ways to beat the summer heat while on the golf course.

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Enjoy the end of summer with our favorite polos, shorts and more

Summertime and the golf apparel is easy.

While our calendars flip to September and football season is all but moments away, the temperatures all across the U.S. are a fair reminder that many of us are still very much in summer.

While it can be annoying and sweaty as we wait for those blissful cooler temps to spread across the country, take this as a sign that there’s still plenty of golf to be played.

As we while away these final six to eight weeks of warm temperatures, take a peek at some of the best polo prints, shorts, and more so you can hit the course and soak up the rays while you still can.

If you’re someone who knows more about what they’re looking for, we have curated lists all summer long to keep you looking and feeling cool while on the course.

Polos | Shorts | Men’s Shoes | Women’s Shoes | Sunglasses

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Dressed for Success: Patrick Cantlay at the 2022 BMW Championship

Check out the Hugo Boss apparel worn by Patrick Cantlay at the 2022 BMW Championship.

Patrick Cantlay became the first person to successfully defend a title at a FedEx Cup Playoff event, winning the BMW Championship for the second consecutive year.

Cantlay held off alliterative challengers Scott Stallings and Scottie Scheffler, and he did it in style, rocking a combination of BOSS and FootJoy apparel.

Look good, feel good, play good, and Cantlay did all of those things, pocketing a cool $2.7 million for his weekend’s work.

The So. Cal native is in a great spot to become the first player to defend a FedEx Cup Championship which would earn him the largest PGA Tour prize to date.

We’ve already taken a deep dive inside Cantlay’s Winner’s Bag but now we get to open up the champion’s closet and see how Patty Ice dressed for success at the 2022 BMW Championship.

More Dressed for Success: Will Zalatoris | Cam Smith | Jordan Spieth

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Golf fashion: Here are the best threads and styles of the 2021-22 PGA Tour season

We saw Justin Thomas in jogger pants for the first time. We watched Tony Finau break the internet with his long sleeves.

The 2022 PGA Tour season has had many twists, but we’ve seen players turn heads with their unique styles.

As golf fashion has become increasingly popular, players have taken on the responsibility of showcasing the evolution of golf style in their events.

We saw Justin Thomas in jogger pants for the first time. We watched Tony Finau break the internet with his long sleeves. We realized that if a player wears Air Jordans, they’re automatically cool. We learned that some of the players’ belts come from a small shop in Atlanta, Georgia.

Take a look at some of Golfweek’s favorite styles from the 2021-22 PGA Tour season from some of your favorite players.

Lydia Ko x Ecco Golf new Biom G5

The Biom G5 will be part of Ecco’s Autumn/Winter 2022 collection.

LPGA player and longtime Ecco Golf ambassador, Lydia Ko helped design the brand’s new Biom G5 golf shoe. The Biom G5 will be available on Oct. 1 as a part of Ecco’s Autumn/Winter 2022 collection.

The shoe is inspired by her South Korean and New Zealand roots. Ko has added hibiscus flowers and silver ferns to the shoe to pay homage to her heritage.

The star athlete has added her signature and logo to the design of the shoe to put a stamp on her successful career.

“I’m extremely excited to join forces with Ecco Golf to create my own unique take on the brand-new Biom G5 shoes,” Ko said. “Ecco Golf is renowned for raising the bar for golf shoe design, and it’s fantastic that I have had the chance to stamp my personality on this new style.

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Ecco Golf x Lydia Ko new Biom G5 golf shoe. (Ecco Golf)

The Biom G5 shoes feature their new Zarma-Tour spikes, which are a form of hybrid grooves for superior traction and stability.

These shoes are completely waterproof and use updated technology that allows the foot to sit comfortably and provides low-to-the-ground support.

Made with Ecco performance leather and their signature Fluidform technology to provide flexibility and comfort as you swing. Available in multiple colorways and laced or BOA option.

“The features we have added to the Biom G5 are very close to my heart, and it’s going to be really cool walking the golf course week-in-week-out with the silver ferns and hibiscus flowers on my feet. Hopefully I’ll be wearing them to lift plenty more trophies in the future.”

You can shop Lydia Ko’s shoe and more here.

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Dressed for Success: Will Zalatoris at the FedEx St. Jude Championship

We’re all in on Will Zalatoris’ FootJoy shoes designed by St. Jude patients across the world.

Will Zalatoris’ first PGA Tour win was certainly a memorable one.

Zalatoris earned the win on the third playoff hole at the FedEx St. Jude Championship after an absolutely wild series of events including big putts, penalty strokes and flirting with abject disaster.

Zalatoris now sits atop the playoff standings after earning 2,000 FedEx Cup points in addition to the $2.7 million first-place prize.

We’ve already taken a deep dive inside Zalatoris’ Winner’s Bag but now we get to open up the champion’s closet and see how Willy Z dressed for success at the 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship.

More Dressed for Success: Cam Smith | Jon Rahm | Jordan Spieth

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From khaki shorts to pleated skorts, the evolution of women’s golf fashion

Women’s golf clothing is finally helping players feel at home on the course.

From bermuda shorts to pleated tennis-looking skorts, women’s golf fashion has blossomed into a trendy style over the years. Most girls getting into the sport 10+ years ago struggled with feeling feminine on the golf course. 

For many women, golf was not appealing from a fashion standpoint alone. The fashion didn’t make the sport inviting and wasn’t functional if you did make your way to the course.

There were not many ways to express yourself or stand out from the rest with khaki shorts and standard pink polos. There was a limited selection of golf clothing, and if you happened to find something that caught your eye, it came with a steep price tag.

The dress code for women was stricter back then with some courses only allowing knee-length shorts and a polo shirt with capped sleeves. Fast forward to today when you see women golfing in breathable, fashionable and stylish clothing. 

Many professional players have witnessed this transition first hand. The tour used to consist of very bland styles and prints. The LPGA is now full of bright colors, feminine trim and various ways to express your personality while on the course.

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Christina Kim plays her shot from the second tee during the first round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship golf tournament at the Atlanta Athletic Club. (Photo: Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports)

Longtime LPGA player Christina Kim has been known for her electric style on the golf course.

 “I’m happy to say that women’s golf fashion has come much closer in line with fashion trends in public society. Long gone are the days of boxy, oversized shirts and pleated khakis,” said Kim. “Functional fabrics, silhouettes that actually accentuate a woman’s figure, fun colors and patterns and sharp lines are all part of the norm. I’m a big fan of the changes made, though I still am not a huge fan of sweatpants or joggers on course, but it’s mainly because I don’t think they look good in general.”

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Pernilla Lindberg follows her shot from the sixth tee during the second round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship golf tournament at the Atlanta Athletic Club.

(Photo: Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports)

Added Swedish LPGA player Pernilla Lindberg: “I feel like when I got into the sport as a young girl, there was not even such a thing as girls’ golf clothing or women’s golf clothing, it was more men’s polos. You just had to wear an extra small with no feminine fits, and it was just baggy. Obviously, that has changed to where more women’s polos fit better,” said Lindberg.

“It has gotten more and more feminine over time with improved sport fabrics, as well. The latest transition is obviously more the athleisure look that you see away from the golf course. This is now being more and more accepted on the course. I think it’s so fun because now you can actually show more of your personal style on the course, and you also can leave and go straight to somewhere else without it looking so obvious that you came straight off the course. It’s changed a lot from those big baggy polos that I would wear as a girl to where we’re at nowadays.”

In the past, it has been difficult to find clothing that resonates with women who are looking to find stylish apparel while shopping at traditional retail stores. If you weren’t at a golf specific store, it was unlikely to find any items that fit the golf criteria.

In today’s world, you can shop in most of your sports-related clothing stores and find items that fit the mold of the modern golfer. Athleisure has become increasingly popular for day-to-day wear, and now companies are mastering the art of bringing comfort and functionality to women’s golf apparel. You can walk into many name brand stores and find golf-like skirts, shirts and more. It has become a more-formal tennis style and readily accessible. 

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Alexandra O’Laughlin reacts to her shot during the Phoenix Suns Charities Shot at Glory on the 16th hole at TPC Scottsdale. (Photo: Michael Chow-USA TODAY NETWORK)

Golf and travel correspondent of NBC Golf Channel Alexandra O’Laughlin recently became an ambassador for Calia, a fitness apparel brand. She has a slightly different view of golf fashion.

“As a young golfer I always found a way to be sporty and stylish on the course. There weren’t options like there are now, but I found inspiration from all over and had a knack for integrating classic golf styles with functionality,” O’Laughlin said. “Calia has all of this in one line, plus the ability to make me feel confident on and off the course. With the variation of tasks women have to accomplish throughout the day, it’s important to curate a wardrobe that transcends with you. I’m so proud to represent Calia and work with Dick’s Sporting Goods to give women the options they deserve.”

The importance of feeling comfortable and confident on the course often stems from clothing. Many golfers believe if you dress well, you will perform well, and women’s golf clothing is finally helping players feel at home on the course.

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