Green Golf Style
The best green golf apparel and accessories to wear to celebrate (and stay warm at) the WM Phoenix Open this weekend
The WM Phoenix Open is typically known as the PGA Tour’s biggest party in the desert, with raucous crowds and a boisterous 16th hole. This year, chilly temperatures and heavy rain (with a side of hail) had the tournament looking a little different, leaving fans scrounging for cold weather golf gear before heading to TPC Scottsdale this weekend. Whether you’re first in line for the early-morning race to 16 or prefer to sleep in before a full day of watching golf, these green golf clothes and accessories will keep any golf fan warm and on-theme this weekend. And, for every person wearing green at the tournament Saturday, a dollar will be donated to charity.
Bad Birdie created an exclusive pattern for fans to purchase at the merchandise tent on site that featured the iconic WM truck in a repeating print. If you're not at the tournament (or don't pick one up before they sell out), below are a few similar styles that still fit the green theme.
WM Phoenix Open FootJoy Evergreen HydroKnit Full-Zip Vest - Green
For All Babe Cardigan
Palm Golf Co. Wasted Management T-Shirt
Howler Brothers Hawkeye Beanie
Jaywbird Susie Long Sleeve Golf Top
Peter Millar X Repreve
Ok, so this Peter Millar top may not be overtly green in the color sense, but it is incredibly green from a sustainability aspect, so stay with us. Peter Millar teamed up with the WM team and sustainable textile company Repreve to use the recycled plastic water bottles from the 2023 tournament and create a three-piece apparel capsule to be sold at the tournament this year.
Tombolo Company 'Mulligan' Golf Cabana
Blackballed Golf Anorak Jacket (Green)
As seen last year on Dodgers right fielder Mookie Betts at the 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, this stylish anorak jacket is a versatile addition to any golf wardrobe. Side drawcords allow for an adjustable fit, the relaxed silhouette is easy to layer with and a reflective wraparound stripe add visibility when the sun goes down.