Antigua Spring 2017 Golf Apparel Review

And the Hits Just Keep on Coming


Antigua continues its winning ways with the new Men’s Finesse Polo. Finesse features Antigua’s Desert Dry moisture wicking system in a 95% polyester/5% spandex jersey knit polo with a gradient sublimation print on the front, back and sleeves. The 3-button placket, self-collar and open cuff offer the classic golf look you’ve come to expect from this world-renowned company. To help identify the brand there’s a 3D reflective “A” logo on the left sleeve. The Finesse Polo Is available in sizes M-XXL and in several colors: Black, Cypress, Cabana, Light Gray, Marmalade and Cajun. Retail price is $71.50

The Sustain Polo also features Antigua’s Desert Dry moisture wicking system and keeps you as dry as the day is long. The 92% polyester/8% spandex fabric stays with you throughout your swing with no pinching or binding and This pointelle heater mesh polo has solid jersey sleeves, and contrast heather taping at the inseams and the heathered self-collar, 3-button placket and open cuff design combine to create the perfect golf look. The 3d silver reflective A logo leaves no doubt as to whose brand you’re sporting. The Sustain Polo is available in sizes M-XXL and in several heathered colors: White, Cabana, Cypress, Cajun, Black, Mulberry and Marmalade. Retail Price is $66.

To keep you warm on those cool days, Antigua’s Promenade ¼ Zip Pullover is a winning selection. The Promenade is a 95% polyester/5% spandex fabric with plenty of stretch. The mock neck, long sleeves and 1/4 -zip closure will keep you warm on those cool spring evenings and increased protection in rain and wind. The two-color dot pattern creates a slimming effect and the contrasting side panels extend all the way out of the arms to the cuffs. The 3D silver reflective “A” logo on the right cuff helps to deliver the Antigua’s signature look. The Promenade is available in sizes M-XXL and in Black, Harbor, Mulberry, Cypress, Cabana and Cajun. Retail Price is $78.00

Antigua Women’s Hype Polo gives a lady all the confidence in appearance she need to raise her game to the next level. The 97% Polyester/3% Spandex fabric has just the right amount of stretch and doesn’t cling in unwanted places. Desert Dry keeps you dry by wicking sweat away from the body. From a design standpoint, the contrast taping detail on the inside of the placket and on top of the shoulders really make the self-collar and snap placket stand out. The gradient print on the body has a shape-flattering effect and the 3D silver reflective “A” logo on the right sleeve shows everyone you’re an Antigua gal. Any golfer should be proud to have this polo in their wardrobe. The Hype Polo is available in sizes S-XL and in 5 color combinations. Retail price is $66.25.

The Women’s Gossamer Jacket was designed with cold weather in mind. With a diamond quilted front and back panel, the Gossamer jacket will keep you begging the cold weather to hang around just a little longer. The mock neck and full-zipper design let you bundle up tight and keep the elements out and the two front zip pockets can be used to store your valuables or just keep your hands warm. With 5% Spandex in the fabric, there’s just the right amount of stretch. The 3D silicone gunmetal “A” logo identifies your brand. The Gossamer Jacket</b is available in sizes S-XL and in Black, White, Cabana, Mulberry and Harbor. At only $78 better get two!

The Enclave Skirt goes from office to clubhouse without question. lightweight stretch woven fabric is a 88% Polyester/12% Spandex blend and offers both incredible comfort and stretch and with a front length of 16.5” and a rear length of 17.5” the Enclave Skirt offers a lot of coverage. There are two front zip hip pockets to hold all your personal belongings. The Enclave Skirt is only available in sizes S-L and in black. Retail price is $59.50.

For more information on these or any of the golf pieces from Antigua’s 2017 Spring Collection, visit the website at

David Theoret

David Theoret has been in the golf and golf travel industry for over 12 years, primarily selling online advertising. For the past seven years, he has also been a golf writer, reviewing golf courses, resorts, destinations, equipment, golf apparel, and training aids – the latter of which never seems to help. What started as a dream years ago, by God’s grace, became a reality in 2015 when The Golfin’ Guy editorial marketing company was founded. Working together with golf course designer Ron Garl; David’s articles and reviews have been posted on many golf travel, equipment, and apparel websites.

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