Golf is typically a summer sport - but we know that just a summer season may not be enough for all our budding golf pros out there! We’re here to give you a few tips on how to get a head start on your summer game by playing all winter.
Playing Golf in the Winter
If you live in a cold climate - shout out to our Canadian, Midwest and North-East ladies! - you may not be able to play all winter long - but there are some options for you to keep your game up to speed all season long. For those of us who are playing a round or two in January, we’ll cover some of the best ways to keep your golf swing sharp in winter.
Pro Tips to Playing Golf in the Winter
We have a few key tips to get you started this winter:
Have the correct equipment
Golf in winter can be unpredictable, so you’ll need a selection of equipment to help you brace for any impact - snow, rain, or frost.
Winter Wheels for your Cart
Pick out some winter wheels for your cart if you’re going to use a golf buggy or wheeled bag. This help them pick up less mud and make them easier to move around, causing less damage to the ground. However, the best way to keep your bags mud free is to get yourself a bag you can carry. You’ll be a little warmer walking around and you’ll keep your course looking spick and span.
High Visibility Balls
Using a high visibility ball - for example orange or bright yellow - makes finding your collection a lot easier to spot - especially in the frost and with low visibility.
How are you going to succeed without an umbrella to keep your focus strong? Rain, sleet, snow, or even extreme sun, a good sized umbrella will keep you dry and protect your bag.
Keep your golf balls warm
Everyone knows that a warm golf ball flies further than a cold one - no that’s no urban legend! That’s science! The rule of thumb is that for every 10 degrees that the air temperature drops, a ball will carry 2 yards shorter. One of the easiest ways to keep your golf balls warm is to keep them in your front pocket from green to tee.
Make the most of the driving range and golf domes
OK, we get it - it’s cold out here! Golf is so much easier when you don’t have to go outside, and heading to a covered - and sometimes heated - driving range or golf dome.
Visit the driving range or golf dome as often as possible and work out a routine.
Make sure you have the right winter golf clothes
No, booze does not equal warmth - I know, we’re really upset about it too! But when you pair a classic Jofit cocktail with our selection of winter focused womens golf clothes, you get a winning combination!
Women’s Golf Jackets
Designed with your lifestyle in mind, all our women’s golf jackets and sweaters are transitional from on and off the course. Whether you're golfing, jogging, playing tennis, or taking an early morning yoga class, our jackets and sweaters are the perfect layering piece for added warmth, comfort, and style! Our sweaters work great with any of our women's golf pants - plus pockets!
Wind Jacket with Removable Sleeve
Women’s Golf Pants
Ultra-stretchable, extremely comfortable, and always designed for performance and style, our women's golf pants and peddle pushers are created to help you achieve your best game. With some spandex and elastic materials, you'll be able to move freely around the course without worrying about VPL, restricting your movement, or slippage.
Belted Crop Pant
Slimmer Crop Pant
Optical Delusion Tights
Women’s Golf Long Sleeves
With so many options in the marketplace, finding the right golf long sleeve can be challenging. We perfected our fit, we source high-performance fabrics globally, and found vibrant colors and prints to pop your on-course look. With varying sleeve lengths, we are confident that you will find a golf top that you love that'll be made with high performance fabrics, making the perfect addition to any woman's closet.
Long Sleeve Mock
Brushed Long Sleeve Mock
Women’s Winter Golf Clothes with Jofit
Whether you’re up north or down south, there’s a jofit outfit for you. Try any of our women’s winter golf clothes today to keep your golf game sharp, rain, hail, or shine. Read more about our favorite winter items here!