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Golf style isn’t often given airtime. Or at least, it’s not given the amount that it deserves. Sure, the tailored slacks and polo shirts that your grandad wore are nothing to write home about, but with the rise of a new era of golf brands alongside the resurgence of prep popularity, it’s definitely time to pay more attention to the scene.

Of course, big players like Nike are pushing the envelope when it comes to the technical side of golf clothing. Incorporating quilted panels and lightweight builds, the Swoosh has ushered in a new age of sleek, modern fits to the sport. With Nike, names like Ralph Lauren, KJUS, and more are cementing this more modern take on golf style.

Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best golf clothing you can cop right now at MR PORTER. Plus, with the Masters readying to tee off, there’s never been a better time to hone your wardrobe.

Shop the best golf clothing below.

Kjus Release Quilted Shell Jacket

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KjusRelease Quilted Shell Jacket
$299
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There's no need to make a statement when you're golfing. Keeping things quiet and refined is the way forward, and KJUS' sleek apparel is a quick fix for that.

Master-Piece Golf Bag

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Master-PieceGolf Bag
$715
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Master-Piece is a perennial name in the world of backpacks, so it makes sense that the Japanese expert makes top-of-the-range golf bags, too.

RLX Ralph Lauren Logo Golf Top

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RLX Ralph LaurenLogo Golf Top
$130
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Ralph Lauren's Ivy League prep pedigree puts it in good stead to be one of the priority names in gold clothing. This top shows that the label is opting for a more technical showing than you might expect.

G/Fore Dunes Gilet

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G/ForeDunes Gilet
$250
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Made from lightweight merino wool, the Dunes Gilet from G/Fore provides warmth without hindering your swing.

G/Fore MG4 Shoes

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G/ForeMG4 Shoes
$225
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In recent years, we've seen names like Nike transforming their most popular lifestyle silhouettes into golf shoes. For some, though, it just doesn't feel right to wear Air Force 1s on the course. The G/Fore MG4 is for anyone who fits into that category.

Nike Therma-FIT ADV Golf Gilet

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NikeTherma-FIT ADV Golf Gilet
$180
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Nike Golf is really leading the pack when it comes to golf clothing that you can easily wear in your day-to-day life. This Therma-FIT gilet is a great layering tool for spring.

Peter Millar eb66 Trousers

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Peter Millareb66 Trousers
$150
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Golf is, we think, the only sport in which tailored trousers are not only viable but prescribed. We like that.

G/Fore Delta Force Glove

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G/ForeDelta Force Glove
$40
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We did say earlier that your golf fits should be kept quiet and classic, but if you're going to make a statement anywhere, your golf glove is the ideal place for it.

Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour Flyknit Golf Shoes

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NikeAir Zoom Infinity Tour Flyknit Golf Shoes
$160
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If you, like us, love your Air Zoom rotation enough to want to wear them at all times, then the fact that Nike has golf-ified them will be music to your ears.

Nike Aerobill Cap

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NikeAerobill Cap
$35
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Golf is underrated for its accessories. Not only are they a nice way to bring some personality to your golf fits, but it's also essential to keep the sun out of your eyes.

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