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Trend Watch: The best collarless golf shirts for men and women right now

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January 13, 2022

Over the past several years, the golf world has become increasingly accepting of casual clothing trends. Comfort is the priority for golf apparel brands, even if it pushes against tradition. We’ve seen hoodies and joggers worn on the LPGA and the PGA Tour, and although those pieces were originally controversial, their popularity is undeniable.

Similarly, collarless golf shirts are on the rise in golf fashion—they’re an additional way for golfers to blend their on-course looks with their off-course style. Whether it’s a Tiger-esque mock neck silhouette or a blade-style zip design, check out these trendy alternatives to the standard collared golf shirt for men and women.

This Nike buttoned blade collar is a great choice for those who are accustomed to traditional on-course style but want to experiment with the collarless trend. With nine different colorways, the basic model is made with 100 percent recycled polyester fibers.

The Tiger Woods Mock Neck golf shirt is a statement piece, but it’s a fun option for any fan of the 82-time PGA Tour winner. The shirt features a relaxed fit and Dri-FIT technology to manage moisture throughout any round or practice session.
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This breathable Adidas option is perfect for warmer golf days. The “Almost Pink” colorway and seamless construction make for a sleek, modern look that will pair well with most golf pants and shorts you already have in the closet.

This blade collar Puma shirt has three snap buttons, making for a clean but casual silhouette. The piece is meant to transition seamlessly from performance to lifestyle-wear.


There are Three Sixty collarless shirts for every occasion and look—the brand offers the style in 16 color options. With moisture-wicking and ultra-soft jersey fabric, the casual golf shirt combines comfort and style.


This Foray top includes a subtle mock-neck with sleeves that hit just above the elbow. The piece is perfect for layering, and the 4-way stretch ribbed fabric is wrinkle-resistant and cozy on the skin.

Similar to the men’s version, the Nike Victory golf shirt line is a great way to test out collarless shirts without going full send. The muted, floral design and relaxed V-neck fit make this shirt a cheerful option without sacrificing comfort or breathability.

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Great for golf, tennis or running, this versatile Athleta tank-top is a smart option for extra-humid summer days when breathability is key. The subtle racer-back-inspired design and UPF 50+ sun protection aims to make warm weather rounds a bit more bearable (and stylish).

For a slightly more prominent mock-neck, this long-sleeve option from Foray has side-paneling for a smooth body-skimming effect. Made for the same performance fabric as the Society top, this shirt is awesome for those who appreciate added sun protection.

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This J. Lindeberg fleece-lined long-sleeve top is warm yet lightweight for a great base layer on chillier days, but has an athletic silhouette and on-trend design that can be worn alone as well. The color blocking combined with an understated mock-neck finish create a modern look with a touch of sophistication that’s great for any golf ensemble.

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