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Just about every golfer can use another sweater for wear either on or off the course and the variety is almost endless. Making a selection from all the colors and patterns and styles can be daunting but whether in the market for yourself or for a gift starting with quality material and construction you can’t go far wrong.

Here are a few of the men’s sweaters that we like and may be just the ones you are looking for.

The Glenmuir Men’s Zip Neck Colour Block Golf Sweater (pictured above) is $112.12 and made from 100% cotton. The block patterned zip neck sweater has contrast tipping on the zipper placket and inner collar. It is light in weight and ideal for someone wanting sophisticated style in cotton golf knitwear with a contemporary design. Thefj_23608_200x235 signature Glenmuir brand 1891 is embroidered on right sleeve and engraved on the buttons. Plus it is easy care being machine washable.

From FootJoy there is the Merino Argyle Half-Zip sweater shown in heather grey plus a white/violet/lime pattern. It retails for $150.00. It is part of FJ’s Berkeley Collection which features contemporary colors and patterns in a range of styles and performance fabrics. The easy to care for fabrics used in the Collection resist wrinkling and shrinkage.

TheAdidasZ99444_200x200 Adidas Sport Performance 1/2 Zip Sweater is $85.00 and ideal to help the wearer play his best when the weather may not be ideal. The performance sweater’s fleece backing keeps him comfortable and adidas’ puremotion stretch leaves lots of “swing room.” There’s a bonded chest zipper pocket, elastic finish on the cuffs and the heather brRLaurens7-1182561_lifestyle_200x250ushed sweater fleece is 100% polyester.

A traditional look can be found the Merino Wool V-Neck sweater from Polo Golf. Suggested retail is $155.00 for this wardrobe classic that is in place on the course or on the town. The Merino wool is extra fine and the neck line is accented by ribbing as are the cuffs and hem. And of course there is the signature embroidered pony on the left chest.

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