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These cold-weather golf layers will keep you warm in early spring rounds—and are currently on sale

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Updated on December 06, 2023
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Depending on where you live, Jack Frost may already be nipping at your nose—but we're not ready to end our golf seasons just yet. If you're a year-round golfer like us—or have an all-weather golfer on your holiday shopping lists—layers are essential to extend the season as late into the year as possible. Even better, this time of year tends to bring endless deals and sales for golfers to shop. It's a great time to pick up insulated layering pieces, stylish golf jackets and other essentials to keep you warm this year and start prepping for next season. To help you (and your wallet) out, we've rounded up some of the best layering pieces and inclement weather items currently on sale so that you can stay warm and maybe even pick up some great golfer-favorite gift items before the holiday rush is upon us.

Adidas

Revamp your winter looks for less with adidas, currently offering up to 65-perfect-off apparel, shoes, and accessories—including plenty of options for golfers. 'Tis the season to get rid of an old, tattered quarter- or half-zip and upgrade to one of these classic-yet-stylish layering options. Fleece is the name of the game this winter—the men's Adicross Padded Fleece Half-Zip and women's Full Zip Fleece Jacket are checking all the boxes for coziness and performance. We love the contrast of the color-blocked quilted upper back and the darker, fuzzier fleece of the padded half-zip. For the ladies, keep it simple with a clean, sleek silhouette of a high-collared jacket with a bit of textured fleece.

Nike

The discounted pieces from Nike are what we call "familiar favorites with a twist." It doesn't get more classic than a crewneck sweater, a vest, and a rain jacket—but these muted tonal gray-shaded options have a level of utility-meets-golf-style that we can't get enough of. The men's Dri-FIT Golf Crew takes the traditional camo pattern, making it more geometrical and subdued, which would pair well with the Unscripted Golf Jacket. This rain jacket creatively optimizes pockets and zippers to give it more of a polished look (it could easily pass as a bomber jacket). As for the vest, it's sort of the perfect layering piece. It looks and feels like a sweater (thanks to the midweight knit fabric), but the interior is made of the same sweat-wicking Dri-FIT tech that Nike has become known for. So you can stay warm, cozy, and dry during your round.

lululemon

We've seen lululemon bring bright-colored winter essentials that remind us of spring, but this time around we're bringing more neutral tones into the conversation—but neutral doesn't have to mean boring. The men's Engineered Warmth Long-sleeve Crew has a waffle-textured design that creates depth and contrast without being overpowering in pattern. The deep sea green is an emboldened take on a classic color in golf and would pair nicely with khaki, deep navy, or black pants. The women's Double-Knit Jacquard Half Zip is a fun way to introduce animal print into your golfing wardrobe without being overwhelming. Its chic, cropped design would look great on anyone, and we'd love to see it styled with a block turtle- or mock-neck and black pants for a trendy, more high-fashioned golf look.

Greyson

Feeling blue? Well, don't (or maybe do?) because the Greyson sale section has some great deals and a ton of on-trend blue apparel pieces. Warm up in these icy tones and look great doing so. The men's Reflections Newago Pac Lite Jacket mimics pool or water reflections, reminiscent of summer days to come after the long winter. Each Greyson piece is sleek in style and versatile enough to wear no matter the activity—we can even see some of these golf pieces looking great on snowy hikes or on the slopes this winter.

Galvin Green

Known for its high-quality, high-tech golf apparel, Galvin Green tends to lean toward a higher price point compared to many mainstream sportswear brands—so snagging pieces on sale is crucial. These outerwear styles for both men and women fit more into the traditional mold (think more quarter and half zips, bold colors versus print-focused). You will look the part of a club pro, even if your game doesn't necessarily follow suit.

FootJoy

FootJoy is a bit of a stylish sneak—traditionally a go-to for more classic golf styles, lately the brand has been upping the ante and releasing new apparel with more modish features and trendy apparel. For instance, the men's HydroVerse Jacket has exquisite detailing (clever locations for the pockets and snap buttons) that give it the appearance of a high-fashion jacket—hence its regular price of $350. Luckily, it's on sale for just under $200, which is much more reasonable for the 3-layer-bonded knit fabrication making the jacket waterproof, not just water-resistant. The same goes for the women's Crewneck Sweater, now on sale for under $100. This sweater's ribbed-knit contrasting sleeves give it a more fashion-forward feel without sacrificing performance (the four-way stretch fabric helps keep your core warm while allowing a free range of motion throughout the golf swing).

Sun Mountain

Designed for wet, cool conditions (despite Sun being in its name) Sun Mountain outerwear is great for the upcoming winter season. Much like its bags, Sun Mountain has designed apparel that is lightweight but still durable. The men's and women's Colter II Jackets are made with insulated panels to keep your core comfortable while strategically placed stretch panels provide freedom of movement throughout your swing.

Renwick

For the ladies, if you're looking for some fun, preppy layering options, the Renwick sales section is a fabulous place to start. Most items are on sale for under $100, like their signature "Golf" Sweater. The fit is a bit more oversized, perfect to go on top of a long-sleeved shirt or turtleneck, but if you want something more fitted we recommend sizing down.

Todd Snyder

Todd Snyder is a menswear brand that has become more popular with golfers after recent collaborations with FootJoy. The brand has stylishly versatile layering pieces that can easily be incorporated into on-course looks while bringing unique, fashion-forward upgrades. For example, the recycled fleece half-zip has the comfort of a traditional quarter-zip, with more fashion-forward styling. And velour might not be one of the first materials you think of when it comes to golf apparel, but this polo would look great under a vest or over insulated base layers. For a more traditional look, the Cambridge Crewneck Sweater, currently 33-percent-off, brings old-school athletic styling, a roomy fit to optimize layering and is made with a cozy wool fabrication.

Straight Down

Straight Down is slashing prices on a variety of layering options for men and women. We’ve got our eyes on the insulated and hybrid jackets like the men’s Alliance Jacket that has a stylish camo print at the body with stretch jersey sleeves that add mobility and versatile insulation. On the women’s side, the Logan is a thermal full-zip jacket with a bit lighter insulation, but is water-repellent and windproof to take on any shoulder-season weather surprises.

Rhone

Rhone is currently discounting its golf packs around 20 percent, for a convenient gift idea just ahead of the holidays. The packs include either the Golf Sport Polo or the Delta Pique Polo—two classic collared shirts with lightweight fabrics and the brand's anti-odor technology that keeps it fresh, even after a few wears.