The Best Cold Weather Golf Gear for Women

Don’t let winter keep you away from the course! With this cold weather golf gear, you’ll be prepared for (almost) anything:

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1. A Warm Beanie

A beanie is a cold-weather must, on or off the course. Keep your head and ears warm with this recycled beanie from North Face or this ponytail beanie, perfect for messy buns.

2. A Toasty Base Layer

The ColdGear mock turtleneck is the ideal base layer. It’ll fit snugly under your polo and keep you warm while wicking away sweat. It’s also ideal to wear off the course while you’re on a run or hike!

3. Cuddl Duds Leggings

You have your base layer up top, now you need one on the bottom. Cuddl Duds are the lightest, warmest thermals on the market. They’re made of silky smooth modal fabric so they fit comfortably under all of your pants. You might buy them for the course but you’ll end up wearing them everywhere! They’re available in black, white, gray, and a floral pattern.

4. A Good Outer Layer

Layering is where it’s at in the winter and the Zinger Full Zip is a great outer layer. It’s fitted without being tight and wicks sweat away to keep you fresh all day. The flattering shape will have you wearing it on and off the course.

If you’re looking for a waterproof option, the Storm SweaterFleece is perfect. It’s made of lightweight, breathable fleece and made to fit comfortably over your clothes.

5. Cart Mitts

Keep your hands toasty while you’re in the cart and waiting to take your shot with oversized, fleece-lined cart mitts. We like these mitts from Callaway, Under Armour, and Carhartt.

6. Hand Warmers

Whether you choose reusable or disposable hand warmers, these are a must-have on a cold day. (Bonus: the reusable version is also a power pack so you can charge your phone or Bluetooth speaker on the course!)

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