Fitness in golf is just as important as going to the driving range if you want to get better. Everyone from casual weekend players to PGA Tour players can improve their game using golf specific fitness and exercise techniques. Below is some great apparel to wear while working out to keep you comfortable, dry and most important, looking good!

LuLu Lemon

lulu-fitnessThe HAPPY STRAPPY TANK is made of the Lululemon unique, Luxtreme fabric. This sweat wicking material will keep you dry during any workout and reduce chaffing with its flat seams. The HIGH TIMES PANTS will pair perfectly with the Happy Strap. The technology used are sweat wicking, stretchable and bends with your every movement. They are a 7/8 length and have a waistband that lays flat on your stomach. See more at www.lululemon.com


2undrAll of 2UNDR products are built with their JoeyPouch™, a soft and comfortable environment for your most valuable assets. Constructed with premium fabrics, the pouch delivers the perfect fit while preventing unwanted skin contact. The GEAR SHIFT with Coldskin™ is designed with an athletic cut to give a compression-like feel, and perform with all the quick-dry attributes demanded by today’s sport underwear. The material incorporates 100% all natural minerals helping to reduce heat buildup and control bacteria and fungus. Check out their other styles: Swing Shift, Day Shift & Power Shift at www.2UNDR.com.

Daily Sports

dailysportsThe SPACE TANK uses Quick Dry Fabric: This garment feels dry, cool and comfortable while wearing. It is produced of high tech breathable material for active outdoor wear and has an excellent ventilation and rapid moisture absorption. The CHAKRA PANTS are made up of 88% poly & 12% spandex to provide great feel and form fitting. The Chakra offers a mid-rise waist to keep flat on your stomach while exercising. The LOTUS RACER BACK provides optimum comfort while making you look stunning while working out. The Lotus is a tank with a built in sports bra for support and comfort. Pick your perfect outfit out at www.dailysportsusa.com