We’ve returned to winter weather here in Cincinnati, but the daffodils outside my window assure me Spring is fast upon us. And perhaps you’re already enjoying warmer weather when you get out to play. So today I’m sharing a couple of outfits I photographed to wear on the course and court this spring. But we also have style boards with additional ideas.
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I play a little golf. And I always say I may not be very good at the game, but I’m going to look good while I’m working at it. I also know, however, that it’s important to feel comfortable and look “course appropriate” as you play the links. These Fairway golf pants from Athleta check all the boxes.
My golf pants are in dress blue, but they area also available in black. I used the fit guide to determine that I need a 10, and they fit perfectly.
The Fairway golf pants feature 88% Recycled Polyester/12% Spandex fabric that offers soft compression and all over stretch. They have a slight bootcut silhouette at the ankle, and they have two front zip pockets and a small waistband pocket for golf tees. They’re very comfortable.
I always wear a top with a polo collar on the golf course, but I wanted to show a couple of different tops in today’s post. So here I’m wearing a very comfortable, soft, seamless tee from Athleta. This tee comes in a wide range of colors and is perfect for so many outdoor activities, as well as your usual workouts.
Of course a good jacket is also a necessity at this time of year. I want one that keeps the chill off if it’s windy or cool, but doesn’t get in the way of the game. This Westerly Jacket from Athleta is cheerful and very functional. For instance, it has a two-way zipper for added mobility. And the jacket features zip pockets, an internal cinch cord and a high collar for additional wind protection if needed.
For another option, I’m wearing Athleta’s endless cargo pants, also in navy. While the Fairway golf pants have a little pocket for carrying tees, you can actually carry an extra ball to the tee box in the cargo pockets of these lightweight pants. They also feel a little more structured and forgiving, but you can still move with ease in them.
I’m wearing a 10 in the endless cargo pants, too, and they come in two other colors.
I topped these pants with Athleta’s advantage polo tee (wearing Medium), which also comes in black and mauve. And they have other polo tops, too. I have the Momentum polo tee also, which features a zipper at the neckline rather than buttons. It’s a closer fit so I think I sized up to a large in that one.
And I never hit the fairway without a good hat to shade my eyes from the glare of the sun and protect my face from its harsh rays. This salvia pink relaxed cap, also from Athleta, feels pretty but also comfortable. More importantly, it gets the job done.
It may not look like it, but the Flurry Force Insulated Primloft Jacket is actually a little warmer; perfect for those cold, early morning tee times. Because it fits close to the body and features a quilted front panel, this lightweight jacket really keeps me warm on my walks right now. But it’s perfect for the golf course because it won’t get in the way of teeing off. And the thumb grips will make the close fitting (but very forgiving) sleeves move with you.
In all of these photos I’m wearing my J.Crew New Balance sneakers. I actually need to order new golf shoes, and I found us some great ones in the shopping widget at the end of the post. But I’d definitely wear these sneakers to the course and back. They’re very comfortable and run true to size.
Below I’ve got more ideas for what to wear on the course and court this spring.
Style Inspiration Boards for What to Wear on the Course & Court This Spring
Do you play pickleball? I know so many women do now. I haven’t tried it yet, but it looks like fun.
My Fairway Golf Pants are not just great for golf. You’ll look and feel ready for a brisk walk with a friend in these, too. Here’s another outfit with these comfortable activewear pants below, perfect for infinite laps around the city park or your neighborhood.
Do you have a mean serve? We’ve put together a fun outfit for your best day on the court below.
And I’ve gathered additional options below to wear on the course and the court this spring. I believe all of these are different from the ones above. You can shop the items above through the highlighted words in the text and in the captions of the images. Just click on the images below to check out the additional options we found for you. Remember, many of them come in additional color combinations, too.
I hope you’ve found some great style inspiration and options for what to wear on the course and court this spring. Let me know if you have any questions. Have a great week!
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I don’t care much for criticism or suggestions from people I don’t know or who don’t really know me. Those comments carry the sting of correction, but also generally come from sources that don’t always know the full story or have my best interest at heart. However, when some I know and trust gently shares with me a concern about how I’m doing things, I know I need to hear it with a different attitude. Because that person often does know me well and sees the bigger picture, I have to assume that they may have some valid criticisms and corrections to offer.
But what happens next? Do I listen with a humble heart? Or do I stiffen up and hear their words through the sieve of my own pride and determination to do things my own way? Let’s face it, even when correction comes from those we love and trust, it can be hard to swallow, much less to act upon it. But if nothing else we can take their counsel and run it by the Lord, asking Him to help us sift through their advice looking for the grains of truth that could guide us to better outcomes and healthier habits.
Moses’ father-in-law said to him, “The thing that you are doing is not good. You will surely wear out, both yourself and these people that are with you, for the task is too heavy for you; you cannot do it alone…If you do this thing and God so commands you, then you will be able to endure, and all these people will also go to their place in peace.” ~ Exodus 18:17-18, 23