Halloween Golf Gear
10 costume-less ways to celebrate Halloween on the golf course
Halloween is just around the corner and while you may be a little too old to go trick or treating, you can still celebrate the spooky holiday on the golf course. From costume-inspired headcovers to scary skull and bones patterns, we rounded up our favorite Halloween golf gear to help you get in the spirit of things this October.
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Known for making ultra-soft t-shirts with fun golf designs and sayings printed on them, Swing Juice released a line of tees that glow in the dark. The “Scary Good” t-shirt features a skeleton with golf balls for eyes and a vibrant green glowing print for an easy way to participate in Halloween without going full costume this year.
Themed golf balls are a fun and simple way to bring some spirit to your golf game without going overboard. You can get a dozen golf balls with this pumpkin print—or opt for the ghost icon option, if disappearing golf balls are more your style.
This mummy headcover will look great on the bag for Halloween, but is stylish enough to keep in play all year round. It’s handmade in Nova Scotia with top grain leather, has a form-fitting design to fit most drivers and is water- and stain-resistant.
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While not a Halloween-specific golf shirt, this abstract orange grid print is a stylish and bright statement piece to wear this October and beyond. It’s made with 100 percent recycled polyester fibers, is sweat-wicking and has a relaxed fit that’s easy to layer with.