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10 tennis looks we love for fall golf

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September 08, 2022
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From exercise skorts to windbreaker pullovers, most of these versatile looks for men and women were designed to look great—and perform well—on (and off!) the tennis courts. We’ve chosen a few of our favorite items from designers’ late summer and early fall lookbooks that also work great for golf. Whether you play both sports and want to add a few versatile pieces to your wardrobe, or just want a few more golfing looks that no one else in your foursome has on, here are some great options to be sure to check out.
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Wilson Limitless Tennis Skirt

A pleated silhouette overlays stretchy shorts (with pockets) for a stylish and feminine exercise skirt. Tennis skirts tend to be on the shorter side, so it's a great option for shorter players looking for a breezy skirt option, or for any player hoping to wear a skirt that looks great day-to-night on a course without strict dress codes.

$68 | Wilson
Lacoste x A.P.C. Loose Fit Cotton Petit Piqué Polo

Though designed for men, this is a great unisex option—just choose a size or two down for a more fitted look, or a size up for more of a boxier, street-style-vibe. With 100 percent cotton and the classic Lacoste crocodile embroidered along the front, it’s a fun nod to the iconic brand infused with a modern silhouette that works just as well for the links.

$160 | Lacoste
Tory Burch Luxe Cashmere Ruffle Half Zip

Sitting at a higher price point, this stylish mid-layer is lightweight and breathable. A solid option for those looking for more elegant athletic wear that will transition from summer to fall, it'll also come in handy on cooler morning rounds. The ruffled lined green trim gives it a sport-y touch while maintaining an upscale look and feel. 

$428 | Tory Burch
Redvanly Denton Jogger in Macadamia

Made with a high-tech nylon and spandex blend, these joggers are soft, stretchy, and wind- and water-resistant, making them a comfy and practical choice. Accent stripes along the shin add a playful edge. 

$125 | REDVANLY
Outdoor Voices Windbreaker Pullover

This breeze-blocking, lightweight jacket comes in a variety of pastel and neutral shades, and even offers a matching shorts option. With plenty of pockets (including a “kangaroo” pouch along the front) and a hood, it’s roomy—great for a more casual round that promises a bit of rougher weather.

$88 | Outdoor Voices
Psycho Bunny Men's Classic Polo

Psycho Bunny’s sport collection isn’t specifically designed for any sport, but it works great for tennis or golf, especially when playing in clubs with stricter dress codes. Side vents, taped seams, and mother-of-pearl buttons ensure it stays breathable and well-fitted through play.

$98 | Psycho Bunny
Club & Court Women’s Ashby Dress

This luxe compact cotton dress features a cinched waistline and relaxed fit, making it a comfortable and fun option for a more casual course. Try layering it over a trim-fit long-sleeve polo to transform it for a fall golf look.

$134 | Club & Court
NikeCourt Men's Tennis Jacket

This sustainable, sleek jacket is made with 100 percent recycled polyester fibers, part of the brand’s move toward zero carbon and zero waste. Tennis-court motifs provide a sporty look that’s reminiscent of a classic track jacket, just as poignant as a colder-weather golfing option (There are also matching pants and polo for those opting for a track-suit-like look).

$85 | Nike.com
Prince Women's Tie Headband

The iconic tennis brand, which has been perfecting the game since 1970, manufactures everything tennis, from rackets to footwear. Their apparel, however, is just as innovative. Take this accessory, for example, in a trend-worthy lilac.

$12 | Dick's Sporting Goods
Wilson Millennium Crewneck

We love this all-purpose crew neck in “Bright White” for its unisex appeal and softly golf-y color palette, which manages to be both calming and eye-catching, retro and timelessly sporty. Layer it over a polo if the day requires a collar. And enjoy the sly humor that comes from wearing this iconic tennis brand’s emblem while off-court but on-course.

$78 | Wilson