10 Best Cheap Golf Pants

Updated on: December 2020

Best Cheap Golf Pants in 2020


Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Classic-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 29W x 34L

Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Classic-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 29W x 34L
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 31W x 32L

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 31W x 32L
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • These classic slim fit golf pants are designed with a moisture-wicking, performance fabric to help keep you dry
  • A bit of stretch adds comfort and flexibility and makes this golf pants a go-to on or off the links
  • Features slant pockets at each side and set-in pockets at the back
  • Sits below the waist, slim through the hip and thigh with slim leg
  • Sport made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Amazon Essentials Men's Straight-Fit Jogger Pant, Navy, XX-Large

Amazon Essentials Men's Straight-Fit Jogger Pant, Navy, XX-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Elasticized cuffs and a straight-fit highlight this cool and comfortably casual take on the classic chino
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

NIKE Men's Flex Core Pants, Dark Grey/Dark Grey, 34-32

NIKE Men's Flex Core Pants, Dark Grey/Dark Grey, 34-32
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • MADE TO MOVE: Golf pants crafted from stretchy fabric. Nike Flex fabric stretches with your body, and lets you move comfortably.
  • DRI-FIT TECHNOLOGY: These golf pants for men are designed with Dri-FIT technology that helps keep you dry and comfortable on or off the course.
  • CONVENIENT STORAGE: Mesh-lined pockets enhance airflow while reducing bulk. Multiple pockets offer easy storage for your scorecard and golf tees.
  • STANDARD FIT: These Nike golf pants for men are a standard fit for a relaxed, easy feel, and have a button closure with a zippered fly.
  • NIKE GOLF PANTS: Imported, machine wash, fabric: Body: 96% polyester/4% spandex. Pocket bags: 100% recycled polyester.

Columbia Men's Rebel Roamer Pant, Waterproof & Breathable

Columbia Men's Rebel Roamer Pant, Waterproof & Breathable
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • OMNI-TECH: Our Omni-Tech technology features air-permeable protection that’s waterproof and breathable. It provides excellent waterproof protection, keeping mother nature's elements out, at the same time allowing the inside to breathe
  • HANDY FEATURES: These pants feature two side zippered security pockets and two back pockets to secure your small items
  • COMFORT: With our nylon and elastane comfort-stretch fabric, these pants remain comfortable during activity
  • TRUE TO SIZE: These pants are available in multiple sizes that fit true to size to accommodate to every man's needs and body type
  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: This Columbia Men's Rebel Roamer Pant features our signature seam-sealed waterproof construction with breathability to keep you comfortable while protecting you from the elements

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3332

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3332
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Regular fit strikes a comfortable balance between loose and snug
  • Stretchy fabric
  • Front and back pockets; belt loops

PGA TOUR Women's Motionflux Pull On Pants, Caviar, M

PGA TOUR Women's Motionflux Pull On Pants, Caviar, M
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • High waisted women's pull on pant with back welt pocket to keep your scorecard and front pockets
  • DriFlux: moisture absorption and control for a cool and dry fit
  • Comfort Stretch Waistband for an easy, comfortable fit. Tapered leg opening
  • Easy care fabrication for minimal maintenance and slimming solid side panels

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3430

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3430
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Regular fit strikes a comfortable balance between loose and snug
  • Stretchy fabric
  • Front and back pockets; belt loops

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Jogger Pant, Navy, Large

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Jogger Pant, Navy, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Elasticized cuffs and a slim-fit highlight this cool and comfortably casual take on the classic chino
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Haggar Men's Cool 18 Hidden Expandable-Waist Plain-Front Pant Graphite 42x30

Haggar Men's Cool 18 Hidden Expandable-Waist Plain-Front Pant Graphite 42x30
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 100% Micro Polyester
  • No iron, stretch. Professional look
  • Moisture wicking
  • Machine washable
  • Imported

Heart Makes "These Dreams" the Stuff of Memories

High heels, tight pants, and big hair. Heart's 1986-1987 world tour was a show to remember. The author reflects on memories from her first concert.

It was 1986. Like all the other girls in my eighth grade class, I wanted to look just like Molly Ringwald in "The Breakfast Club". Ms. Pacman was my favorite game. "These Dreams" by Heart was my favorite song. Wearing spandex, with big hair and even bigger voices, I was hooked the first time I saw their videos on MTV. Imagine how ecstatic I was when my sister offered me her extra ticket to their world tour concert that spring.

Thanking my lucky stars.

My sister is 5 years older than I am. I'm not sure exactly what events transpired that let me go with her to the concert. She generally viewed me as a pest. And I am sure that I lived up to that expectation effortlessly and often. My mother may have argued in my favor. Moms tend to do that. I do remember going through the list of acceptable behaviors before we all got in the car. Listen to your sister. Don't go off by yourself. Be polite to your sister's friends. And so on. I could barely resist the urge to ignore my mother and just get in the car.

Finally on our way.

We lived in Midland , Michigan . From there it was a 90 minute drive to get to the outdoor venue, Pine Knob Amphitheater, outside of Clarkston, Mi. I don't remember any of the drive. On the outside, I sat calmly trying not to irritate my sister or her friends. But on the inside, my mind was contemplating a thousand questions a minute. What will it be like when we get there? Did I pick the right outfit to wear? Will I meet anyone from the band? Will there be cute boys there? Will I get to go on stage? Finally pulling into the parking lot of the theater was like entering another world. Driving in, we were surrounded by what seemed like a million other cars. I poked my head out of the rolled-down window like a dog, looking everywhere at once to try and take it all in. We could hardly park the car fast enough.

A rare glimpse of stardom.

As we walked toward the venue's entrance, we passed a huge chain-link fence. All of a sudden my sister squealed and grabbed my arm, pointing wildly with her other hand. On the other side of the fence, almost out of view, the band was getting off their tour bus. We screamed and hollered, trying to get their attention. They never turned our way. But, I was in seventh heaven. I had just seen a real live rock star, in person, with my very own eyes. That may be a common sight on the coasts of California . Back in suburban Michigan celebrity sightings were akin to alien abduction, everyone knows someone who knows someone who's seen one, but nobody has seen one for themselves. Seeing the band for the first time, I thought I would faint right then and there.

A few minutes later.

I nearly did faint. The theater was built into the side of a hill, with the stage at the bottom. The parking lot was on the other side of the hill from the stage. Our seats were at the top of the stadium, and off to the left-hand side. We had to climb several flights of stairs to reach them. My sister was wearing a long pencil skirt that was too narrow for her to step from one stair to the next. She had to step out to the side, waddling like a penguin to navigate each step. I don't know which was worse, the stitch in my side from laughing at my sister's struggles or the cramps in my calves from the steep, steady climb. Needless to say, i t took us a long, long time to finally sit down in our seats.

Suddenly, the lights went out.

The crowd went crazy. We went crazy too, yelling and hollering at the tops of our lungs. We clapped. We chanted. The crowd got even louder as the band crept out through the darkness and onto the stage. Music started colored lights and fire flared up in a blinding flash. I was in another world for the next few hours, ensorcelled by the vibrations traveling up through my feet, hypnotized by the dance of light and color.

Swept up in sound.

Heart played all my favorite songs that night; "These Dreams", "Never", "What About Love", "If Looks Could Kill". I also found a few new ones in "Dog and Butterfly", "Dreamboat Annie", and "Barracuda". Nancy Wilson became my new idol, strutting across the stage, electric guitar in hand, whipping her teased blonde mane as she sang. The last song of the night was "Shell Shock". Fire blasted from the stage each time the title words were sung. All the lights went down again, and in the lingering darkness the band slipped one by one from the stage. My ears rang. I was hoarse from screaming. But, at just shy of 14 years old, it was the very best night of my young life.

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