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Can anyone tell me what is a good golf apparel brand which fit long slim women's (I'm 182cm/6ft long with clothing size 36/S).

Most golf clothing is too short and too wide! Especially polo's and jackets.

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Michelle Wie is 6'1" maybe Nike has some stuff for you?

 

 

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Joy fit offers long in skorts and runs a little big so you will be comfortable in size, Nike cuts clothing narrow (they forget some of us have boobs) so also an option. Tail, Jamie Sadok, Ep pro has longer options, Loudmouth golf you can customize skorts to you size.. they're great just never put in a clothes dryer. Hope this helps

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I would think Puma would have clothing to fit you since Lexi is pretty tall. I'd check them out.

 

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Can anyone tell me what is a good golf apparel brand which fit long slim women's (I'm 182cm/6ft long with clothing size 36/S).

Most golf clothing is too short and too wide! Especially polo's and jackets.

I'm a big fan of Loudmouth golf apparel.

Worth a look in the sale section if you haven't already checked it out.

 

 

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Thank you all for the comments. Nike is way to short and wide.

I'll have a look at the other recommend brands. Thanks!!

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