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Patriotic golf gear that will look good beyond July 4

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Patriotic pieces to keep beyond the fourth

A red, white and blue color palette is on-trend all year long. A navy pair of shades or a red golf bag like these will look great for that holiday scramble, but can stay in your style rotation through the fall.


Celebrate the Fourth of July this year in style with these fun pieces that will look good on and off the golf course. From subtle red, white and blue nods to can't-miss patriotic patterns, you can still look stylish and refined while sporting the ol' stars and stripes.

Stop and smell the roses


This look is refined and sophisticated at first glance, but packed with personality upon closer inspection. The light blue Bonobos golf shirt is covered with roses, inspired by the company's newest ambassador, Justin Rose. Paired with a bright red pair of Criquet shorts, the pattern on the shirt really pops. Adding even more fun details are embossed skull-covered golf shoes from G/FORE and a vintage rope cap from Imperial. This is a look that'll transition easily from the course to post-round barbecues or graduation parties. Shop the look now:

Grand 'ol flag sweater


This flag sweater is stylish, performance-ready and peak Fourth of July. The sweater is from the Polo Golf X Justin Thomas Collaboration that launched just before the U.S. Open. It's best to let this flag fly without distraction, so pair it with a simple white short. To add a bit more color, opt for a navy saddle golf shoe like the G/FORE Saddle Gallivanter and a glove with subtle details like this Palm Golf Co. Stars and Stripes glove. Shop the look now:

Head-to-toe stars and stripes


This Oakley Striped Polo made in collaboration with Malbon Golf is retro, classic and July 4 ready. Typically you'll want to pair a bright top like this with quiet accessories, but the micro-print trend allows you to have the best of both worlds with tiny prints that almost look like solid pieces. The Imperial star-covered cap gives an extra-patriotic touch and the Asher Cypress Glove, inspired by Pebble Beach, brings major-championship vibes to any round.

Red, white and jogger blues


A casual-cool golf look like this is simple to replicate and super comfortable. These Lululemon ABC Joggers look like golf pants, but feel like sweats. The tight ankle closure is great with a street-style golf shoe, and an untucked polo enhances the stylish-yet-relaxed ensemble. Throw a fun bomber jacket over the outfit for when the temperatures drop during cool twilight rounds and you're ready to hit the town after a few holes.

Proud and loud

July 4 golf rounds are meant to be fun, so why not get a little crazy with your patriotic uniform? Don't be afraid to try out bold colors, like these electric blue Oakley sunglasses or an in-your-face pattern from the king of prints Loudmouth. Stick with the just one bold piece, though, and keep the rest of the outfit tamer, to keep your patriotic golf outfit looking like the aftermath of an errant firework.