Hello everyone! Welcome back to Styled on the Course – I am so excited to continue sharing golf clothing, tips & tricks with you all. Today I am so so so excited to be partnering with Lilly Pulitzer, one of my favorite brands, to share a look at their new golf arrivals, including the most stylish and comfortable tank top! I am by no means a pro golfer, and I don’t know much about the sport, but I have enjoyed picking it up recently and truly believe it is such a great activity for all people of all ages, and it is something you can use for the rest of your life. In the second edition of Styled on the Course, I will be sharing basic golf etiquette and things every new golfer should know – from tips and tricks to outfit ideas! I’ve also linked a few of my favorite golf essentials below – everything except 1 item is under $40, plus my favorite Lilly golf/tennis athletic wear!
how cute is this tank?! its perfect for warm and sunny days on the course, or on the tennis court! I’m starting tennis lessons soon, and I know this will be absolutely perfect to wear. It has sun protectant material and is so soft! Plus, it has a built in sports bra with plenty of support – perfect for being active!
lilly golf style:
shop my amazon golf favorites:
basic golf etiquette:
- touch up on the basics before you play – make sure you know what clubs you need (you are allowed no more than 14 in your bag at a time during tournaments or traditional rounds), read up on the course you are playing at, and make sure you are aware of the dress code at the club/course.
- stay quiet – try not to talk or make noise when someone is teeing off or putting. You should also stay off your phone as much as possible – taking pictures is fine but its not the time to be chatting on the phone or being obnoxious.
- be a good sport – nobody likes a sore loser or someone who lets every bad shot upset them. Just have fun with it, and don’t let a bad shot ruin your, and everyone else’s, round.
- leave the course the same as, or better than, it was before. Make sure to fill in divots, rake the bunker and keep your cart clean.
- stay out of people’s way when they are teeing off or putting – it is distracting to them, and can be harmful to you!
- if necessary, yell “fore” if you think your ball may possibly hit someone or their cart – better to be safe than sorry!
- play up to speed and don’t be a slow player. People are playing behind you and you don’t want to keep others waiting.