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Is there a better golf shirt brand than Peter Millar? Every time I go play a new course or go on a trip, the first thing I look for in the pro shop is the Peter Millar Section. I've tried to play in Travis Matthew and Nike, but it's just not as comfortable as Peter Millar in my opinion. What's your go to brand whenever you're looking to pick up a new golf polo?

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I like the buttery soft linksoul...when they are in sale. All of this s*** is freaking expensive on an RN salary. But i also dont buy shirts from proshops   Usually a hat and a coin 

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4 minutes ago, kingcscott said:

I like the buttery soft linksoul...when they are in sale. All of this s*** is freaking expensive on an RN salary. But i also dont buy shirts from proshops   Usually a hat and a coin 

Never tried linksoul. I'll have to check it out

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:mizuno-small: JPX 900 Tour, 4-PW, True Temper Dynamic gold S300

:callaway-small: Mack Daddy 4, 52.0, 56.0, 60.0 - S grind

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Is there a better golf shirt brand than Peter Millar? Every time I go play a new course or go on a trip, the first thing I look for in the pro shop is the Peter Millar Section. I've tried to play in Travis Matthew and Nike, but it's just not as comfortable as Peter Millar in my opinion. What's your go to brand whenever you're looking to pick up a new golf polo?


PM is for sure my go too but couple others that are not far behind.

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Dunning (hands down best golf shorts)
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Honestly the best golf polo I’ve owned is a Uniqlo.

Super comfortable and breathable. Not to mention they are very affordable.

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Honestly the best golf polo I’ve owned is a Uniqlo.

Super comfortable and breathable. Not to mention they are very affordable.

I get their emails, but I’ve never pulled the trigger. They are definitely affordable!


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Always liked PM, but this spring our proshop got some PM “fitted” and those are even better. I don’t like “wings” on my shirts and these are really top notch. Made sure to tell the pro when I bought and gave him feedback in hopes he’ll stock more


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I’ve been on a quest to find a dry fit polo that I don’t have to wear an undershirt with that isn’t too clingy or bunchy. The Hanes X temp $8 shipped on amazon shirt fits the bill for me. It’s partially cotton, so if you’re rocking a dad bod it doesn’t bunch up on ya as much as a synthetic fabric would. Just avoid white (it’s a bit see through) and go one size smaller than normal if you run in between. It breathes well and is moisture wicking and upf 40+.

I did check Uniqlo, but the price on the hanes is what swayed me. I may give Uniqlo another look and see if they have a cotton poly blend.


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I’ve been on a quest to find a dry fit polo that I don’t have to wear an undershirt with that isn’t too clingy or bunchy. The Hanes X temp $8 shipped on amazon shirt fits the bill for me. It’s partially cotton, so if you’re rocking a dad bod it doesn’t bunch up on ya as much as a synthetic fabric would. Just avoid white (it’s a bit see through) and go one size smaller than normal if you run in between. It breathes well and is moisture wicking and upf 40+.

 

I did check Uniqlo, but the price on the hanes is what swayed me. I may give Uniqlo another look and see if they have a cotton poly blend.

 

 

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Age-old issue: white shirt, no undershirt... Male wet t-shirt contest on the course! Ugh. Hate it. I can never wear a white shirt here in the summer.

 

 

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Hybrid: :callaway-small: X2 Hot Pro, 20*, :Fuji: Rombax 8D07HB TM27 X

Irons: :honma:TR20 Tour P 4/5, Tour V 6-10, Dynamic Gold X100

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I've been most impressed with PM Featherweight specifically.  Not as much stretch as summer comfort, but extremely breathable. I search for deals weekly to stock more.  

With you on Travis Mathew and Nike, I've tried, but I tend to like Travis Mathew more for casual wear.  

@WaffleHouseTour mentioned the fitted PM shirts, I'll have to try those as that's my one gripe with PM is that they fit a bit "loose"

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Gap/Sand Wedge:  :titelist-small: Vokey SM6 49*  SM8 54* 

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I’m too cheap to buy Travis Matthew, Galvin Green, Peter Millar or Vineyard Vines - though I readily admit they’re stylish. What makes them worth the premium - I’m honestly asking? Perfectly happy with my Nike, UA and Callaway polos.

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I usually stick to Nike, UA, Callaway, and sprinkle in some FJ polos, but lately I've been on a Puma kick. I've gotten 3 polos from them and have been very satisfied with how they hold up in the Alabama heat and humidity. I have not branched out and got some of their crazy color/pattern schemes, but their "regular" patterned polos are top notch.

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I don't much care what brand it is as long as they are moisture wicking and of mostly polyester blend. I tend to sweat more than normal and hate the feeling of having a wet cotton shirt on during my round. I also won't spend $70 for a shirt, so I will wait for sales. I did receive some StraightDown golf shirts which were soft and stylish

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Peter Millar is my favorite, and I will seek them out in a clubhouse if I’m buying a shirt for memorializing a round.

I generally don’t play in my Millars just because I don’t want to destroy them with all of the sweat that summer golf brings, so I usually just wear them for work, and use “sale” shirts, or older shirts in my closet for actual on-course wear.

Driver: :honma: TR20 460, :Fuji: Ventus Black 70X

Fwy: :titelist-small: TS3, 15*, Veylix Rome 888 X

Hybrid: :callaway-small: X2 Hot Pro, 20*, :Fuji: Rombax 8D07HB TM27 X

Irons: :honma:TR20 Tour P 4/5, Tour V 6-10, Dynamic Gold X100

Wedges: Vega VW-06 50*/54*/58*, Dynamic Gold S400

Putter: :seemore-small: Platinum M5 HT Mallet, 36"

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Definitely not cheap and don’t ask me why the apparel line has not been licensed in the US; but from the perspective of quality and my preferred fit, it doesn’t get better than the Ping Golf UK Collection.

Thankfully, someone around my hood is also a big fan, wears my size and regularly donates their lightly used wardrobe from the prior season to the local thrift store.

My last haul was 4 Sensor-Cool polos, 2 wool sweaters, 1/4 zip pullover and a badass 60 year anniversary hoodie.

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I’m too cheap to buy Travis Matthew, Galvin Green, Peter Millar or Vineyard Vines - though I readily admit they’re stylish. What makes them worth the premium - I’m honestly asking? Perfectly happy with my Nike, UA and Callaway polos.
Callaway apparel is the only thing I like from them. Numerous polos and shorts

Take Dead Aim

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3 hours ago, Tsmithjr9 said:

Callaway apparel is the only thing I like from them. Numerous polos and shorts

Take Dead Aim
 

+1. I have two shorts and four long pants all Callaway, they’re my favorites among all golf apparel brands I own.

  • Callaway Rogue 10.5° 9.5°D & 3W
  • Mizuno JPX900 Forged 4-GW, S18 56.10, S18 60.06
  • Evnroll ER5B (replaced ER2)
  • and 14th club - Mizuno CLK 3H 19° OR MP-20 HMB 3i 19°
  • Snell MTB-X (replaced Black)
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I recently bought some wild pattern golf shirts from Bad Birdie. Saw them on Shark Tank and love them. They are incredibly comfortable.

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Titleist TS2 18 degree fairway Mitsubishi Ltd Red 60 Stiff

Titleist TS2 hybrids 21degree, 25 degree, 27 degree Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black Series Stiff

Titleist T400 7 iron - 43 degree wedge - 2 degrees flat - Aerotech Steel Fiber i95 Regular

Titleist Vogel SM8 wedges - 48/10, 54/12, 60/10 Aerotech Steel Fiber i95 regular

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Ball - Titleist Pro V1

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I have alot of golf shirts, but I bought some 32degrees golf shirts and man they are great. Never had a shirt that felt so weightless and had a nice slim fit. Especially super good considering they are only $11.99

Right Handed

Ping G410 LST 9 degree X flex ping tour shaft 75G

Ping G410 3 wood 14.5  X flex Evenflow black 85G

Taylormade Gapr low 19 degree X flex KBS hybrid 80G

Titleist 714 AP2 4-9 iron +.5 length 1 degree upright S flex kbs tour 120G

Vokey SM6 46  +.5 length 1 degree upright Dynamic gold S 300

Vokey SM5 50, 54,  +.5 length 1 degree upright S flex kbs tour 120G

Vokey SM5 58  +.5 length 1 degree upright S high rev 125G

Scotty cameron newport 2.6 34 length

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On 6/6/2020 at 6:26 AM, PMookie said:

Peter Millar is my favorite, and I will seek them out in a clubhouse if I’m buying a shirt for memorializing a round.

I generally don’t play in my Millars just because I don’t want to destroy them with all of the sweat that summer golf brings, so I usually just wear them for work, and use “sale” shirts, or older shirts in my closet for actual on-course wear.

Ever use a golf shirt for anything besides work? Hitting a bar or anything?

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