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Stay prepared for wet weather on the course with golf rain gear from DICK’S Sporting Goods. High quality golf rain jackets can help you keep your focus and finish your round with confidence when the rain starts to fall.
Choose from golf rain gear including rain suits, 3-in-1 jackets, rain pants and other essentials from leading names such as Walter Hagen® and FootJoy®. The golf rain gear available from DICK’S Sporting Goods features advanced materials that are designed to repel water while allowing a comfortable degree of ventilation throughout the garment. Many golf rain gear articles are available in multiple colors, so you can show your personal style while you brave the elements.
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Golf rain gear is a must-have item for golfers who want to make the most of every golf season. When you’re shopping for golf rain gear, keep the following considerations in mind:
- Golf rain gear is available in an assortment of styles, such as rain vests, short sleeved rain shirts and full-coverage rain jackets. Vests and short sleeved shirts may allow a larger range of movement, while jackets provide maximum protection against wind and rain.
- Rain pants are especially useful on windy days, when the rain may be blowing diagonally or horizontally. Some rain pants also include a specially-designed leg panel to help you dry your hands before you grip your club.
- Use the handy size charts available from DICK’S Sporting Goods to help you choose the size that’s right for your body measurements. This will help ensure comfort and range of motion. Size charts for golf rain gear are available online for many different brands, including Nike® and FootJoy®.
- Most rain jackets and rain suits include a number of convenient zippered pockets to help you keep important items like your wallet, phone and scorecard dry while you play.
- Remember to check the weather conditions frequently while golfing in the rain, and take cover in a building or other appropriate shelter if you observe thunder, lightning, or excessive winds.