Cracked Wheat Women’s Golf Apparel Review

Cutting Edge Designs in Golf Apparel


If you’re looking for something unique and eye catching for the golf course look no further than Cracked Wheat Golf Apparel.  Their designs and patterns are a refreshing change to the old-school approach to women’s apparel.  Cracked Wheat is a Canadian company that understands women’s golf apparel. Their attention to detail and color is what makes their designs work and makes their collection easy to coordinate. Cracked Wheat provides women with versatile sportswear that blends function and fashion. They recognize that not all women golfers are shaped like supermodels; they come in all ages, shapes and sizes. Cracked Wheat has something for all of them, right off the shelf.

The Coraline Short Sleeve Keyhole Neck Top has a special look for that special lady. Not only does it look good, the 94% Polyester/4% Spandex material has enough stretch to move with you through your golf swing. Best off all, the keyhole neck keeps this top from looking like a traditional golf polo. It’s sure to turn a few heads on the first tee and beyond. The Coraline Short Sleeve Keyhole Neck Top comes in sizes XS – XXL and in White, Lime, Lilac and Grape. Retail price is $59.99.

Linda Sleeveless Fashion Top, which features a self-collar and 4 pleats around its V-neck and same-color piping around each armhole. It’s made from the same 94% Polyester/4% Spandex material as the Coraline, so it will move with you whatever you do. The darts in the front and back give this garment its feminine shape. This is one of the best looking sleeveless polos I have seen.  The Linda is available in sizes XS – XXL and in 11 colors. Retail price is $48.99.

The Jena Printed Ankle Pants are something special.  The 94% Polyester/6% Spandex fabric moves with you through your golf swing and it’s silky smooth to the touch. The hook and button closure and zip fly make for a secure fit and the belt loops are large enough for your favorite belt. The two front pockets are deep and secure and the welted back pockets will accommodate most scorecards. The Jena Printed Pants are available in sizes 2 – 22 and in several patterns: Chain, Dot, Rose, Houndstooth, Orchid Print, or Retro Diamond Print. Retail price is $74.99.

Cracked Wheat is putting the dress back in dressed to kill with the Tracy Short Sleeve Stripe Dress, available in Black, Seaglass, Navy, Silver, and Chambray. This lightweight garment is made from a 96% Polyester/4% Spandex fabric and features a self-collar with tapered V-neck. The four stripes are cleanly sewn in to the garment and the Cracked Wheat badge can be found at the bottom hem. If you’re going to wear a dress on the golf course, this is it! The Tracy Dress is available in sizes XS – XXL and retails for $87.

When it comes to bottoms, Cracked Wheat’s are tops! The Ingrid Printed Short is knee length and the 94% Polyester/6% Spandex has that little extra bit of stretch a gal needs. The Ingrid features a button closure and zip fly. These shorts beg the question: “Where did you get those?” The Ingrid Shorts are available in sizes 2 – 22 and in 4 fun prints: Dot, Puzzle, Fun Flower, and Orchid. Retail price is $59.99.

Another great pair of shorts from Cracked Wheat is the Victoria Solid Short another knee length short with a little bit of stretch in the fabric. The basic shape and design are the same as the Ingrid Printed Shorts with the same button closure and zip fly. The Victoria Shorts ooze comfort! Available in sizes 2 – 22 and in Sand Dune, Black, White, Navy, Teal, Silver, and Chambray. You can pick them up for $58.99.Cracked Wheat is a designer that will certainly turn some heads. Their styles and designs are cutting edge, but not over the top.  You’ll look great and feel fantastic wearing this golf apparel collection. You can see more from this fine Canadian ladies’ golf apparel company 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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