That's it in a nutshell. Some of the modern fabrics are amazing. The sweat goes out, the air comes in, you stay dry and cool. In reverse, the sweat goes out, the heat stays in. This is how UA Cold Gear works. My buddy was a big non-believer until he started working in the gas rig drilling support business. Out there in all kinds of weather, especially the over night cold in the Winter. Some guys he worked with clued him in, and he bought a pair on sale from Cabela's.
He was a believer as soon as he started wearing them! He will wear nothing else now!
I'll have to check out the link natureboy provided. The best I've been able to find locally is $28 for 2 pair. Kinda pricey, but I do get tired of having my shorts glued to my butt cheeks every time I stand up!
Keep at it my friend,. The movement has subsided from what it used to be in my opinion.
Could you by chance record a full swing when you start your backswing from a still position without any movement? Just try it out, put your club down behind the ball, count to 3 and then start your swing.. It will be interesting what it looks like compared to the above.
Anyone know of any great online stores for buying golf stuff? I'm mostly just looking for balls or occasionally a new glove.
I know about ebay and amazon but am curious if there are other options.
Any tips would be appreciated!
Probably toward the end of this model year the overruns will be hitting the box services. Even though I haven't signed up, this looks like a pretty good deal. But, there are others out there.
Visited the local Kohl's store the other day and found some "performance fabric" golf shirts on sale for $14.99. Made in China, but it's not like UA stuff is made in America. With the scorching hot weather we've been having I figured it was worth the chance.
Long story short, they are wonderful! They perform just as well as UA gear. The air comes right in, the sweat goes right out. At the end of a long, hot round of golf the shirt is bone dry as is my skin! Amazing!
I went back the other day to look for more. The only problem with this brand, CoolKeep is the name, is they seem to be limited in styles and colors, and the store had almost nothing left in my size. But, they had a couple of racks of new Grand Slam and Haggar shirts in performance fabrics. I picked out a couple and took them to the register. The cashier asked me if I had a Kohl's charge card, which I did not. He told me I could get an extra 20% discount off that purchase if I opened one, so I figured, why not?
So, I bought two more performance fabric shirts for about 13 bucks apiece! Hard to beat. If you have a Kohl's in your area, it could be worthwhile to go check them out.