Golf Gear for Travelers

Hoping to hit the links where you’re headed? Of course you are—and sometimes, it’s even a business requirement. But what’s the best golf gear to bring on the road? Here’s how to make sure no tee is left behind.

Titleist’s wheeled golf bag cover goes over your regular bag to protect your clubs and keep your equipment in place. This one uses in-line skate wheels for durable maneuvering and is frequently spotted traveling with PGA Tour players who love its tough exterior and hardware.

We’re firm believers that everything in your suitcase should multitask, but unfortunately, that’s rarely the case for golf shoes. So while they may take up space, you can make sure they’re not costing you weight with a pair of Dawgs, which weigh in at around 7 ounces for a men’s pair and 5 ounces for ladies’.

Veteran golfers have their preferred polarized pair of lenses all figured out, so we’re not going to step in there. But we will say that Callaway’s FT Tunes case justifies its price tag with its built in speaker to play the MP3’s of your choice on the back nine.

“Golf shirt” has become an unfortunate catch-all term for a certain variety of casual-Friday wear that simply doesn’t do justice to any athleticism golfers may possess. Lyle & Scott’s fitted Birdseye polo is cut slim, like the rest of their styles, and is woven from pima cotton, Thermocool Eco, and 5% Spandex to keep you cool and in shape on the course and off.

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