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Microfiber Knickers $75

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Knickers /socks $85

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Knickers/socks/caps $95

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Outfit/Knickers/shirt/socks/caps $115


Outfit/Knickers/shirt/socks/caps $125

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Golf Knickers

GolfknickersUSA manufactures Golf Knickers in USA. From a local supplier/not China Our Golf Knickers are made with light weight/elegant Microfiber. Our outfit will dress you from Head to toe.

Our Color coordinated outfits include Golf Knickers/Argyle Shirt/Matching Argyle Socks/Cap. Vecci Classic Golf Shoes. The Vecci Gold Toe Golf Shoes were worn by Payne Stewart on Tour. Our Golf Knickers outfits will brighten your day – round of golf.

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Origins of Golf Clothing

Early golfers wore clothing to battle the elements in Scotland, where golf was born. To guard against the wind blowing off the water at courses like St. Andrews, men wore knickerbockers (knickers) or short pants that ended below the knee, and heavy tweed jackets. Shirts with starched collars and neckties were also worn, along with study shoes and tweed caps. The Well-Dressed Golfer in the Early 1900s According to a Vanity Fair advertisement in 1918, the well-dressed golfer could wear a single-breasted jacket with a waist coat along with knickers. Cotton long "puttees" or stockings, a golf cap and golf shoes completed the outfit. By the 1920s, golf gained popularity among affluent players. These golfers distinguished themselves by putting together formal outfits that featured “plus fours” or knickers with 4 inches of additional length; patterned, long golf socks; and two-tone “spectator” shoes. They continued the tradition of wearing a shirt and tie, over which they placed a knitted cardigan or “Norfolk” jacket on cooler days.

From Knickers to Flannels

Golfers moved away from plus fours and knickers and gravitated toward flannel trousers in the 1930s. These slacks were usually white or gray since men sometimes went to the golf course from the office. Many golfers stopped wearing neckties at this time.

The Move to Casual Golf Attire

The U.S. Open in 1933 was conducted during a heat wave, which influenced the clothing chosen by participants. Many abandoned heavier golf clothes in favor of more lightweight, casual clothing. But players like Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen and Bobby Jones continued to wear more traditional and formal styles. Contemporary Golf Clothing By the 1940s, golf clothing began to resemble outfits worn today. Men wore short-sleeved knitted shirts and lightweight slacks. Sturdy shoes had spiked soles, and hats had a brim. For cooler weather, water resistant “Eisenhower” jackets became popular. These jackets were more conducive to the golf swing because of the roomy shoulder fit and the snug waistband. Golfers began to wear khakis with colorful shirts and shorts for warm weather. Cardigan sweaters continued to be popular for cooler days. Contemporary fabrics feature wicking of moisture and circulation of air for the comfort.

Today, male golfers typically wear knit collared “golf shirts” paired with roomy golf pants or shorts and hat or a visor with a brim. For cool weather, golfers wear a vest, cardigan or jacket. Some of the more colorful styles and tartan plaids worn today are a reference to the long history of golf clothing.

Golf Knickers Outfits

The sport of golf had been played for centuries, but the 1920s saw the creation of golf fashion. Golfers not only wished to play well but to appear dashing and stylish with Golf Knickers. They quickly adopted the new attire, which were not only in high style but also had extra length that gave athletes more room to move than previous Golf Knickers. The fashionable golfer of the 1920s wore Golf Knickers with argyle knee socks and a pullover sweater.

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Payne Stewart, a Champion in Golf Knickers His Golf Knickers and Tam O'Shanter cap certainly made Payne Stewart one of the most recognizable players in golf. His game and his passion made him one of the most respected. He was the essence of emotion in the Ryder Cup, playing on three winning teams always wearing Golf Knickers. He won 18 times around the world, but made his name at home with three major championships. the last on an unforgettable day in June when he thrust his fist into the air to celebrate his second U.S. Open victory wearing a stylist Golf Knickers outfit.

Men Golf Knickers

Our tradition Golf Knickers have Velcro closure(not elastic) for comfort |easily adjusted. When wearing them you are following the apparel worn by the legendary golfers-Ben Hogan-Gene Saracen-Payne Stewart-Tom Morris of Scotland. Golf Knickers may not improve your game-but you will look great |feel like a winner