I just scored a Greg Norman Play Dry for 15 at Costco.
Golf clothing is overpriced - Page 2
Poll Results: $15 - $20 polos
12% (5)I don't mind that Golf companies are marking up their polos $70
87% (35)I want $15 polos
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I pretty much only buy golf polos when I visit a course. It's as much a souvenir as an article of clothing; of course, the at-course shirts are much more expensive that you might pay for the same shirt from TGW at the end of the season. But I only buy 2-4 shirts per year, and keep them for 3-5 years, so it's not exactly like I'm blowing my kid's college fund.
With the modern tech materials shirts last much, much longer than when I was just wearing plain old cotton polos.
Look for the Walter Hagen brand. On sale, you can get some of the new cool-mesh shirts two for $50.
Also, I wear normal St. John's Bay polos to work or casual for a few months, and then put them into golf attire. Same for trousers and shorts.
(That's unless I play at some upscale club where they will bar you from the course if you have a frayed shirt collar, or wear cargo shorts.)
I've picked up my golf shirts at Kohls (gotta love sales plus those 30% off coupons), discount stores like TJ Maxx, and online sales.
I also lucked out at the end of 2012 and picked up 4 shirts for $5 each at the Ahead company store during one of their end-of-the-season clearance sales. That's probably my best golf gear score to date.
I never pay over $25 for a polo and buy almost all of them at, Golfsmith, Edwin Watts, Golf Galaxy or TGW. I wait for them to go on sale, plus, I can get a better deal in the store than I can get online. I've got a closet full of Ashworth, Adidas and Under Armour shirts and not one of them was over $25 with some of them a little as $15.
But in response to the OP, you bet I would like to find stylish polo's for $15.