Best Golf Umbrella
It’s no secret we’re big fans of the Weatherman umbrella. And how could we not be? The design proves it was made by a golfer—which it was, Fox News’ chief meteorologist, Rick Reichmuth. You know how you’re always struggling to keep your glove and towel dry when playing in the rain? Both of these problems are solved with the Weatherman: there’s a mesh pocket on the inside of the canopy for you to store your glove and one of the supporting ribs is coated in silicone so when you hang your towel over it, the towel won’t slip. It was also tested in conditions tougher than you’ll probably be playing in. During the company’s R&D, it stood up to 55 mph winds, so you won’t have to worry about it turning inside out while you’re braving the elements. This year, the company collaborated with LPGA Tour star Danielle Kang to create her own Weatherman design. If she trusts it while winning on tour, you can trust it in your match against your buddies.