Our Favorite Golf Drops From the Past Week

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Summer is in full swing, July 4th is almost here and the golf drops are coming thick and fast. Whether it’s a polo and shorts to stay cool in the Northeast heat, a tech vest to protect you from the Scottish winds or a fleece to throw on for those cool LA nights, there’s plenty of gear (and accessories) to shop from the best up-and-coming brands in golf. This week was dominated by Malbon, whose incessant release schedule never stops, as they revealed a crossover collaboration with Daniel Arsham and Kohler. But there were also a lot of drops that went under the radar, as Walker Golf Things brought back its workwear-inspired Greenskeeper Collection, Public Drip added new pieces to its core lineup and Merrell teamed up with Greyson for a “golf wherever you are” hiking shoe.

These are our 9 favorite drops from the past week, just in case you missed any.

Walker Golf Things Greenskeeper Collection Part 2

This latest collection from the Australian brand Walker Golf Things was inspired by the hardest working men and women in the industry, so it’s only right that the pieces are ready for wear and tear. The Greenskeeper Jacket has a rugged canvas build and a quilted lining (remember, it’s about to be winter in Australia), while the Workers Vest has a similar construction but with large patch pockets. Supplementing these hero items are the new wide leg Kooka All Day Pants, the lightweight and patterned Par-Tec Polo and a soft Keepers Knit Polo. You can find all of these pieces on Walker Golf Things’ site now.

Golf Pride x Underrated Golf

Changing your grips is the easiest and quickest way to add some personality to your clubs, and this new collaborative set from Golf Pride and Stephen Curry’s Underrated will appeal to fans of the future hall of fame baller or anyone who resonates with the organization’s mission to support student-athletes from underserved communities. The sets come with 14 grips, each one decorated with Steph’s signature SC emblem and the Underrated three-star logo. Another nugget for basketball/golf fans, there are only 8,200 sets out there, a reference to the number of games in an NBA season. Interested parties can shop the kits on Golf Pride’s website.

Public Drip SS24 Part 2

Brooklyn-based Public Drip toes the line between menswear form and athletic performance as well as any brand in the modern golf fashion sphere. The best example of that is the Public Athlete Polo with its classic spread collar, tailored fit and breathable material (now made from recycled fabric). The brand has added a few new core pieces to the rotation this season, including a premium chain stitched knit polo and a t-shirt with clean branding. Catch all the items on Public Drip’s website now.

Fiori Golf Destination Collection

Never afraid to wear its influences on its sleeve, Fiori Golf always finds a way to weave a new pattern or outdoorsy graphic into its collections. The latest one, called the Destination Collection, features an all-over paisley print across a pique polyester polo. The other item to call out is the Tech Hoodie which comes in two colors and has a running-style silhouette. There’s a nice symmetry throughout all the pieces though thanks to the muted pastel color scheme. If this sounds appealing, head over to Fiori’s website to find out more.

Gumtree Golf & Nature Club State Flower Headcovers

After releasing a series of linen shirts with state flower patches last year, Gumtree is back this time with headcovers made of vintage, up-cycled canvas. This time, one of each state was made, meaning you’ll have to check to see if the one with your state flower patch is still available. All the covers are made in Manhattan, fit standard sized driver heads and are available at

Greyson x Merrell Men’s Agility Peak 5 Zero

Given all the new styles of golf shoes – whether they be inspired by basketball, tennis or soccer – it’s surprising we haven’t seen as many trail shoes given the category’s recent popularity in mainstream fashion. Enter Greyson and Merrell, who have come together for a collaborative take on Merrell’s all-weather Agility Peak 5 Zero. The hiking (or golf) shoes are kitted out with Vibram soles and emblazoned with Merrell and Greyson branding. Give them a look either on Greyson or Merrell’s websites.

Malbon x Arsham in Kohler Collection

Last weekend contemporary artist Daniel Arsham revealed a new project with Kohler, bringing his works of art regularly shown at worldwide shows to Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run. Alongside that, Malbon Golf came in to design a collection of apparel picking up on Arsham’s artistic trademarks. Namely, his double “A” logo and preferred oxidized green. The collection includes everything from polos, to hoodies, golf balls and towels, and can be shopped on Malbon or Kohler’s website.

GRIPS by Jain

Remember what we said earlier about grips? You can add a pop of summer yellow to your bag now thanks to Jain, with kits coming in sizes ranging from 3 to 13 units. The grips are made with cord, meaning there are bits of fabric built into them to add some moisture absorption for your warm weather rounds. Buy them exclusively via Jain’s website.

Quiet Golf x Holderness & Bourne

Although both brands are relatively young, somehow it feels like this collaboration has been a long time in the making. Quiet Golf‘s minimalist approach to golf apparel just seems to pair well with Holderness & Bourne’s roots in timeless menswear, and this is reflected in the pieces that have come out of this collection. The striped polos complete with cutaway collars will allow you to own the old money look, while the subtle QG emblems could easily be mistaken for country club logos by someone unfamiliar with the brand. You can also grab the tech Pennant Vest or Pennant Pullover and stock those away until the fall. Swing by Quiet Golf’s website to check out more.

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