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2024 Golf Style Roundup: The latest products that caught our eye this year so far

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February 06, 2024

January is the month that sets the tone for the rest of the year. And before you know it, it's already February. Whether you wanted to kickstart your wellness journey, refine old habits or are happy exactly where you are—the new year is always a great time to evaluate your style rota and how it may influence your goal-setting. This year, we want to inspire you to branch out and perhaps try new things, stylistically of course, starting with our first style roundup of 2024. Here's a recap of what came across our radar this month.

Recent Drops/Capsules

Under Armour Phantom Golf Shoes

Arguably the most aesthetically interesting golf shoe to come from UA, the new Phantom golf shoe is now available in a heathered gray and icy blue colorway. The obvious standout feature is the thick, well-cushioned midsole that resembles the popular running shoes of today's market (think Nike free runs and anything from New Balance). Despite its runner's vibe, this is a spikeless golf shoe that has the potential to rival the likes of Ecco and FootJoy—especially brands that prioritize comfort and performance in footwear. In addition to the tasteful design of the Phantom, the waterproof knit upper and collar of this shoe makes it a wonderful transitional shoe, especially as the cold temperatures break into spring, keeping you cool and dry during those damp rounds.

adidas 'Go-To' collection


adidas has been on a tear in the New Year, starting strong with a Malbon Collab and then firing some great additions to its Go-To collection. Designed with a mix of greens and blues, this collection features some fun pieces that are casually cool. From fun textured vests to utility-style rompers, there's something for every type of golfer.

FootJoy training collection

This drop is for our gym-fanatics or soon-to-be fanatics. FootJoy has been named the top-rated shoe on the PGA Tour for decades now. Golfers of all skill sets most likely have the classic FootJoy windbreaker or weather soft gloves. And now you can sport one of the most popular golf brands as you get fit. The new FootJoy training collection features 12 products for men and women, ranging from workout tees, gym shorts, training shoes, and of course a pre-pump hoodie to get warmed up in. Overall, the collection is in the signature FootJoy style -- simple, clean and quite traditional -- and for some, less is more.

What caught our eye on Instagram

adidas TOUR360 "Broken Glass" shoe

A little mosaic, a little geometric, these monochrome white kickers from adidas were debuted by Collin Morikawa at the Sentry, and we can only hope/guess/dream that these will be available to us common golfers and shoe-donners soon. The shoes have the signature adidas three-stripe in an elongated pattern, as well as the recognizable boost technology in the heel and a durable, multi-weather leather upper.

A Familiar favorite with a twist

Sunday Golf's 'The Loma' Bag in cherry red and off-white

We're leaving boring, bulky golf bags in 2024. What's in for this year are golf bags and accessories that are minimalist in design, yet remain highly functional, so you get your money's worth. Enter the Loma bag from Sunday Golf—a lightweight bag suited for six clubs for your next range session or par 3-course outing. Every golfer has a unique swing and play style, therefore your equipment should function as an extension of you! We love this vibrant red and off-white two-toned colorway, and amid Tiger's departure from Nike, get your Sunday red fix with Sunday Golf (see what we did there)…and the bag is currently on sale.


We love the metallic trend for its slightly upscale take on the golfers’ favorite neutrals. Classic white becomes silvery pearl, warm browns become copper and bronze, and timeless black becomes an elegant iron with a wink of edge. In the golf space, we see the metallic veneer in spiked cleats, seasonal puffers, and accented hardware on accessories like headcovers or stash bags. Below are some of our favorite takes on the trend, all of which serve as versatile luxe additions with just a hint of earthy grit.

Trendy/Streetwear pieces we'd love to try on the golf course

Gumtree Golf & Nature Club

The sustainable new lifestyle brand with the Australian-meets-NYC ethos has a capsule with a motto (“just out for a walk”) and a mission to spread a love for nature and encourage earth-minded shopping and playing patterns. We love the brand’s line of bird- (and birding-) inspired gear and accessories that have something for everyone in your foursome from the scientist to the stylist, that work on the city or country golf course—whether you’re playing or charting it—often made with one-of-a-kind, handmade, and upcycled textiles.

"Quick 9" — Nine products that also caught our eye