Clothing & Footwear

Layering & warmth

Simon Garner

18 September 2023

Autumn is such an exciting time of year. Plus, once every two years, it's twice as good, as we have the greatest golf tournament in the world to look forward to; The Solheim Cup.

We've seen all sorts of golf played out so far this year on the LPGA Tour. Will Suzann Pettersen's European squad be able to claim the title and extend Europe being in possession of the cup for another two years? Or will Stacy Lewis' troop of Americans be taking it home with them?

If watching the greatest players in the world take each other in Spain will have you itching for some golf yourself, you'll need to be prepared for the changing conditions as the autumn seasons gets underway.


Layering up

Now that we’re midway through September, you may well have your thoughts on the coming colder winter months. Winter golf is a different animal altogether when compared to playing in the height of summer, so it’s important you’re prepared and equipped with the appropriate clothing.

One of the reasons the interim period between the warmer and colder seasons can be so difficult to anticipate is climate. We’ve all been there where we’ve been caught in the rain without a proper waterproof on, or stepped out onto the course on a freezing day without a decently insulating mid-layer. Not being prepared for the weather really disrupts our concentration and stops us from enjoying our golf.

Rather than sticking on any old jacket, winter golf clothing is specifically designed to keep you warm and focused when out on the course. The materials used are stretchy and comfy to give you that desirable combination of freedom of movement to swing your clubs freely and a warm snug core.

We’re so excited to announce that we now have the latest winter golf clothing from PING lining the shelves of our pro shop! You can be among the first to try on one of these stunning pieces.

Please read on as we give you a rundown of some of the fantastic mid-layers that are guaranteed to keep you cozy this winter.


The Breanna


The Breanna is a solid choice if you’re looking for a jacket to give you that much-needed extra layer of warmth now that the autumn season is descending upon us. The Breanna features a stylish pattern of horizontally seams padding on the torso with a single colour appearing on the sleeves and collar. The handy full-length zip makes this garment incredibly uncomplicated.


The Cecilia


If you prefer to wear subtle patterns of jazzy designs, you may well gravitate towards the Cecilia. This no-nonsense mid-layer features a solid colour on the torso and sleeves with secondary highlights on the waist and cuffs of the sleeves. This smart jacket is available in purple, black, and blue colour variations.


The Niki


Why not spice up your winter wardrobe with the Niki mid-layer from PING? This stunning piece features a detailed, colourful pattern on the torso with a single colour on the sleeves. It can get very cold out on the golf course once the temperature drops, and when it does, you’ll be happy to be wearing this one to the tee on those chilly autumn mornings.


The Lola


It’s a simple concept but it looks fantastic, and it’s a lot of fun. The Lola is a reversible vest that you can wear two ways. On one side is a detailed pattern of different shapes moving over a base colour, and the other side is a solid base colour running over padded seams. If you’re a fan of shaking up your clothing, you’ll be getting lots of wear out of this stunning vest.

PING makes the highest quality golf clothing on the market. If you’re on the lookout for a new mid-layer this autumn and you’re unsure of which jacket is the one for you, we’d be more than happy to show you our selection of winter golf clothing in the pro shop.

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