Face masks that any golfer will appreciate
Face masks are now an essential item, part of your last-minute mental checklist before you leave the house: Phone, wallet, keys and mask. These are unprecedented times, and having a mask on your person at all times is key as you return to the golf course. In fact, it helps to have multiple masks in a variety of places. Your golf bag is one of them. If you're using a washable mask like the ones below, make sure to wash them after one use. And if you're like us, knowing this is our new normal, we've decided to look into budget-friendly masks that look good. Thus, we figured that we’d round up the best face masks for golfers.
Note: The masks featured on this page are non-surgical/non-medical grade face masks and are not meant to replace N95 masks or medical grade PPE.
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Budget-friendly and stylish, this face mask from B.Draddy looks great and is known for its comfortable fit. It has a flexible nose piece to ensure it's centered on your face just right, which is crucial for maintaining your best swing. Also, this particular mask is made of cotton-based fabrics, making it extremely breathable. Wear the red one on Sunday and be the Tiger of your socially-distanced crew.
BUY NOW: $14
A one-size-fits-all mask, Mizzen+Main has plenty of colorways for the Leeward Mask. We went with the Navy and Geo Circle Print, but you really can't go wrong. Not only is this one machine-washable, but it has an internal pocket for filter inserts. It's comfortable, looks sleek and gets the job done.
BUY NOW: $10
Sold in sets of three, Devereux will donate a set of masks to Arizona essential workers in need after each purchase. A plain black face mask, this strong option is lightweight and has built-in UV protection due to its performance polyester fabric. It also has the option to fit replaceable N95 filters.
BUY NOW: $30
Public Rec is among the companies donating masks to non-profits upon every purchase. Donations are currently being made to Habitat for Humanity, I Grow Chicago, Brave Space Alliance and more. The $24 price tag includes three masks. Each pack contains three color options: dark olive, stone gray and darker blueish-gray called "fog." The bendable nose clip is perfect for any outdoor activity.
BUY NOW: $24
Designed for use over long periods of time, the Seamus Golf Mask uses a surgical deisgn for a fit that's comfortable and not too bulky. For $64, you can buy the "Sofa King Pure" set, which includes one mask, Seamus' first-ever stainless steel ball marker and a custom bottle of hand sanitizer.
BUY NOW: $10
With an assortment of five colors in each pack, these soft and breathable masks are nice to have while teeing off or around the clubouse. The lightweight outer layer is supplemented with soft cotton underneath. Athleta is also donating 100,000 non-medical masks to healthcare organizations.
BUY NOW: $30