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    Golf Rain Gear

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    Golf Rain Gear Overview

    There’s no getting around it: If you play golf very often, you’re bound to run into some rain. You can’t swing in a poncho, and an umbrella can only do so much. That makes golf rain gear a necessary part of your wardrobe.

    Rain Suits, Rain Jackets, and Rain Pants specifically designed for golfers are definitely must-have items. The best golf rain gear will not only keep you dry, it will give you the freedom to swing without bulky excess that can get in the way. Top brands available at – including: Abacus, FootJoy, Glen Echo, Sun Mountain, and Weather Company – use the latest waterproof technology and materials to ensure both comfort and playability.

    If you’re unsure about sizing, just use GlobalGolf’s handy True Fit process by clicking “Which size fits me?” on any product page. (You’ll find the link above the product’s size and color options.) In less than 60 seconds, you’ll have your perfect fit.

    What to Look for in Golf Rain Gear

    Obviously, staying dry is priority No. 1. Apparel makers have you covered with waterproof (not just water-resistant) pants, jackets and golf rain suits. Unlike the rainwear of yesteryear, today’s is both dry and breathable so you don’t steam in your own sweat. It’s also lightweight and flexible, providing plenty of stretch while you swing, and windproof to keep stiff breezes at bay.

    Perhaps best of all, today’s golf rain gear is comfortable enough to leave on between downpours – or even after the skies have cleared.

    You may also want to consider investing in rain gloves. They’re extra-tacky, made from quick-drying materials and come in pairs (one for each hand). If you’ve ever gotten your leather glove wet during a round, you know how disastrous that can be.

    Golf Rain Gear Style Options

    While you really can’t make a wrong choice for performance, there are variables to consider from brand to brand and model to model. For example, how many pockets you need, whether you want sleeves cuffed with elastic bands to keep them in place, and short sleeves vs. long sleeves. Golf rain jackets also come in full-zipper and pullover styles.

    Don't forget to check out our selection of Golf Umbrellas for even more protection from the elements.

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