10 Best Golf Pants

Updated on: September 2020

Best Golf Pants in 2020


Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 32W x 33L

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 32W x 33L
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Classic-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 38W x 29L

Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Classic-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Navy, 38W x 29L
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • These classic cut 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 naturally at waist, roomy through seat and thigh, designed with a little stretch for optimal performance and all day comfort
  • Sport made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Straight-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Gray, 36W x 34L

Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Straight-Fit Stretch Golf Pant, Gray, 36W x 34L
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • These classic cut 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 pant 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, straight through the hip and thigh with straight leg
  • Sport made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3430

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3430
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Regular fit strikes a comfortable balance between loose and snug
  • Stretchy fabric
  • Front and back pockets; belt loops

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3332

adidas Golf Ultimate Classic Pant, Grey Five, 3332
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Regular fit strikes a comfortable balance between loose and snug
  • Stretchy fabric
  • Front and back pockets; belt loops

NIKE Men's Flex Core Pants, Dark Grey/Dark Grey, 36-32

NIKE Men's Flex Core Pants, Dark Grey/Dark Grey, 36-32
BESTSELLER NO. 6 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.

PGA TOUR Men's Flat Front Golf Pant with Expandable Waistband, Black Iris, 36W x 32L

PGA TOUR Men's Flat Front Golf Pant with Expandable Waistband, Black Iris, 36W x 32L
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Classic fit - more room on the seat of the leg
  • Drifter: moisture absorption and control for a cool and dry fit
  • Motion flux: styles woven with innovative stretch seams that extend your range of motion to it's fullest potential
  • Sun flux: UPF 15 year round sun protection to shield your skin
  • Mechanical stretch - stretch fabrication created to give a comfortable and performance-ready fit

Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Quick-Dry Golf Pant, Black, 48W x 32L

Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Quick-Dry Golf Pant, Black, 48W x 32L
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • This easy-wearing pant features a classic look that shifts from weekday to weekend without missing a beat
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

IZOD Men's Golf Swing Flex Stretch Flat Front Pant, black, 33W X 30L

IZOD Men's Golf Swing Flex Stretch Flat Front Pant, black, 33W X 30L
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Sun Control- UPF 50
  • Moisture-wicking properties pull moisture away from the body keeping you dry and feeling cool
  • Stretch fabric allows for all-day comfort

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Wrinkle-Resistant Flat-Front Chino Pant, Khaki, 38W x 32L

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Wrinkle-Resistant Flat-Front Chino Pant, Khaki, 38W x 32L
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • This slim-fit chino pant features wrinkle-free fabric, a flat-front design, and button-through back welt pockets for a tailored look and all-day comfort
  • Zip fly with button closure, side pockets
  • If you like Docker’s Modern Slim pants, we invite you to try the fit and style of our Amazon Essentials Slim-Fit Wrinkle-Resistant Chino
  • Work made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
  • Model is 6'2" and wearing a size 32 x 32

The Miracle Mile Race Participation in Raleigh NC

402 participants ran or walked in the competetive and non-competetive races to raise funds and awareness for the SP Foundation.

On November 4th the Miracle Mile Race for the benefit of the Spastic Paraplegia Foundation took place on the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University took place.

The participants in this race were as varied as the victims of the two diseases that this foundation is seeking a cure for.

Just as the diseases strike people at various stages in their lives, the runners and walkers came from all age groups.

Pleasant Union Elementary school brought a whole contingent of runners to support their friend Claire, a third grader, whose mother suffers from the disease. They were among the most enthusiastic group of runners I've ever seen. They were dressed in similar outfits that showed their pride in their school.

The North Carolina Runners Club had a large contingent of runners in peak condition to cover the ages from twenty to fifty or sixty. They were there to show their support of Claire's mom and other friends who had to retire early from running because of SPF, HPS and ALS. They provided time clocks and many of the race equipment.

A sizable contingent was there from North Raleigh United Church UCC, to show their support for a church member (Claire's mom) who they have worshipped with for the past few years. They provided many of the tiny tots for the ¼ race and fillers for the ages not covered by the runners club.

Will, Claire's little brother was their. Some thought he was there to run in the ¼ mile. But he preferred doing the one mile race riding with mom. He was only up for about 1/8th mile if he had to do it on his own. Dad, Jeff, provided extra encouragement though it was tough going on his tiny legs, especially with all the neat distractions like grass and food.

There was a good contingent of runners from the Triangle area. There was one special contingent with the motto "ALS Sucks" proudly displayed on there sweat shirts. They were very talented runners as well as strong supporters of eradicating these cruel diseases.

There were members of the SP Foundation there. There were also members of the medical research community there to lend moral support. I don't think many of them ran but they did do all the other jobs that needed to be done to support the runners.

One particular medical person, Dr. Richard Bedlack who was a key speaker at the end of race ceremonies is credited with diagnosing Sarah (Claire's mom) with the disease after many frustrating attempts with other doctors to find out what was happening. Sarah says the reason that he could diagnose the disease was that he is a good listener.

There were a total of 402 runners in the competitive and non-competitive events. They came from Charlotte, Cary, Apex, Greensborough, Durham, Pinehurst, Wilmington, Burnet TX, Chapel Hill, Graham, Wake Forest, Hillsborough, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina and Raleigh. They came from running clubs, universities, colleges and churches.

In addition to the runners there was an equally large contingent of non-runners, like me, who were there to take pictures, man the booths, provide munchies, provide for the sound system, manage registrations and provide moral support for friends running in the race.

All the sponsors and people who came out that day did so to raise money so that Dr. Bedlack and the Duke Clinic can someday find a cure for Claire's mom and the 40,000 other folks suffering from this disease.

Just in case anyone is feeling that the racers were not taking the race seriously, 23 year old Russell Ala Slade of Charlotte clocked in the one mile at 4:16. This is an extremely impressive time for the mile on pavement in anyone's book.

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