10 Best Golf Polos

Updated on: November 2020

Best Golf Polos in 2020


Under Armour Men's Tech Golf Polo, Midnight Navy (410)/Graphite, X-Large

Under Armour Men's Tech Golf Polo, Midnight Navy (410)/Graphite, X-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Textured fabric that's soft, light & breathable
  • Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
  • Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes

Amazon Essentials Men’s Tech Stretch Polo Shirt, Dark Grey Heather, Large

Amazon Essentials Men’s Tech Stretch Polo Shirt, Dark Grey Heather, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • From the course to casual wear, this classic performance polo keeps you cool and comfortable in quick-dry fabric that wicks away moisture
  • This ultra-soft, moisture-wicking knit fabric provides a versatile layer with a loose and light fit for maximum range of motion
  • Tech-stretch fabric has a soft, flexible feel
  • Provides UPF sun protection ranging from UPF 25 – UPF 35, 3-button placket, reflective logo
  • An athletic fit that sits close to the body for a wide range of motion, designed 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
  • Model is 6'2" and wearing a size Medium

Amazon Essentials Men's Regular-Fit Quick-Dry Golf Polo Shirt, Deep Teal, Large

Amazon Essentials Men's Regular-Fit Quick-Dry Golf Polo Shirt, Deep Teal, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Same fit, new name: We’ve changed the name of this shirt style to “Regular Fit” but the measurements remain the same
  • A classic cut makes this golf polo a go-to on or off the links - if you enjoy Greg Norman or IZOD golf polos, we invite you to try Amazon Essentials
  • Lightweight performance quick-dry fabric wicks moisture to help keep you dry and provides UPF sun protection ranging from UPF 20 – UPF 40 depending on color selected*
  • Unbanded cuffs for full range of motion
  • Sport made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
  • Model is 6'2" and wearing size Medium

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Quick-Dry Golf Polo Shirt, Coral Stripe, Medium

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Quick-Dry Golf Polo Shirt, Coral Stripe, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Made in Vietnam
  • This slim-fit golf polo shirt is crafted from a quick-dry moisture-wicking knit and features three button placket and open-bottom hem
  • Side vents
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Three Sixty Six Golf Shirts for Men - Dry Fit Short-Sleeve Polo, Athletic Casual Collared T-Shirt

Three Sixty Six Golf Shirts for Men - Dry Fit Short-Sleeve Polo, Athletic Casual Collared T-Shirt
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • IMPORTANT SIZING NOTICE - These shirts fit slightly on the smaller side (particularly for sizes XL through 4XL), so if you like a regular fit please SIZE UP. Thanks!
  • 4-WAY STRETCH FABRICATION - These golf polos have an athletic, loose performance fit, which allows for great mobility in any direction. Perfect for sports such as golf and tennis, and great for the casual everyday dresser.
  • MOISTURE WICKING FABRIC TECHNOLOGY - Moves sweat away from your skin and onto the dry areas of the shirt. This polo shirt will absorb, evaporate, and quickly dry moisture all while remaining soft and breathable, and keeping you cool and dry in any condition.
  • ANTI-ODOR TECHNOLOGY - Prevents bacteria from forming and keeps unpleasant body odors under control throughout the day. Play good, feel good and look good all-day long.
  • BUY WITH CONFIDENCE - NO HASSLE RETURNS - Buying clothing online can be a little daunting at times right? This is why we at Three Sixty Six make it super easy for you. Our policy is simple: We offer full 100% refunds on ALL returns for ANY reason. So if the sizing didn’t work out, you didn’t like the color or style, you can return it directly from your Amazon account for a full refund, no questions asked. Thank you for shopping Three Sixty Six!

Hanes Sport Men's Cool DRI Men's Performance Polo,Navy,Medium

Hanes Sport Men's Cool DRI Men's Performance Polo,Navy,Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Short-sleeve performance polo shirt with three-button placket
  • Fast-drying Cool DRI technology for comfort
  • 50+ UPF rating for UV protection
  • Tagless back neck

COSSNISS Men's Dry Fit Golf Polo Shirt, Salmon Red, Large

COSSNISS Men's Dry Fit Golf Polo Shirt, Salmon Red, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 95% Polyester, 5% Spandex
  • Performance - Soft smooth fabric polyester with high quality, offering extreme athletic feeling shirts is all in.
  • Function - Basic decent Polo shirts, perfect for running, workout and training sports, or even as a undershirts.
  • In Style - Golf polo shirts with adjustable button-down neckline, long enough to get tucked in, simple solid color.
  • Unique tag-free printed necks and light weight design, COVISS is ever relentless to pursue simple & innovation.

Under Armour Men's Playoff Golf Polo 2.0, Academy//Pitch Gray, Large

Under Armour Men's Playoff Golf Polo 2.0, Academy//Pitch Gray, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Soft anti-pick, anti-pill fabric is extremely breathable & lightweight
  • Quick-dry for all-day comfort
  • 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction
  • Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
  • Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes

Starter Men's Short Sleeve Tech Golf Polo Shirt, Amazon Exclusive, Carbon Grey Jaspe, Extra Large

Starter Men's Short Sleeve Tech Golf Polo Shirt, Amazon Exclusive, Carbon Grey Jaspe, Extra Large
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Made in South Africa
  • Starter hangtag doubles as a sticker!
  • Casual style meets activewear with this short-sleeve polo featuring DRI-STAR, a three-button placket, and side vents for a classic look that's perfect for a round of golf, a tennis match, or a school uniform.
  • Starter tops are designed to fit close to the body to move with you on and off the field. Size up for a more relaxed fit.
  • DRI-STAR wicks away moisture to keep you cool and dry
  • Three-button placket, strong collar that can stand up
  • Embroidered logo on sleeve, dyed to match the polo's fabric

Nike Men's Dry Victory Solid Polo Golf Shirt, Black/Cool Grey, Medium

Nike Men's Dry Victory Solid Polo Golf Shirt, Black/Cool Grey, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • COMFORTABLE FIT & FEEL: Nike Dry Victory Men's Golf Shirt provides the comfortable feel of double-knit fabric and the sweat-wicking power of Dri-FIT technology to help you stay dry.
  • GOLF POLO: The men's shirt features a ribbed collar designed to prevent curling and back neck tape that moves smoothly against your skin. The 2-button placket provides a customizable fit.
  • DRI-FIT TECHNOLOGY: Nike Dry fabric moves sweat from your skin for quicker evaporation, and a comfortable feel. Nike polo shirt for men is crafted from 100% recycled polyester material.
  • REGULAR FIT: Regular men's polo fit through chest and waist with slightly lengthened sleeves. Rolled forward shoulder seams allow for natural range of motion.
  • NIKE POLO: Regular fit, fabric: 100% polyester, imported, machine wash

Grading the Hirings: A Fan's Take

There will be new head coaches in Indianopolos, Kansas City, Miami, Oakland, St. Lious, and Tampa Bay. who did the best job?

There will be 6 new head coaches patrolling the sidelines next season. So which teams did the best jobs?

Kansas City: Romeo Crennel. First of all, I thought firing Todd Haley was a major mistake. This team was one year removed from the playoffs and winning the AFC West. Then they lost Jamal Charles and the offense imploded. The defense performed reasonably well. With that said, Crennel kept the team together and had this team fighting even after the shocking firing. They also upset the Packers despite the troubles they had. Crennel also got shafted in Cleveland as he never had decent personnel to work with and was given a quick hook when he couldn't win with an abysmal roster. Grade: A-

St. Louis: Jeff Fisher. Losing Jackson hurt this team as well, but the team stagnated. I think this was another quick hook but St. Louis brought in a coach who demands discipline and playing mistake-free football. Critics will point to his record and say he's overrated. My response is that he went 8-8 3 years in row with Neil O'Donnell while not having a permanent home. He then won with Kerry Collins when his "franchise" QB Vince Young imploded. Hiring Gregg Williams also means a young talented defense will get plenty of teaching and coaching up. This team has too much talent and yet seems to always underachieve. Fisher will fix that. Grade: A-

Miami: Joe Philbin. He designed the game plans that made the Packers offense virtually unstoppable. He also got Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn ready to play as starters, and helped the offense last year overcome numerous injuries by getting the backups ready to go. He'll have plenty of weapons in Miami if they can find a QB. The major knock on him is that he's never been a head coach, nor has he called plays. As I recall, neither did Mike McCarthy. He is a bit old though. Grade: B+

Tampa Bay: Greg Schiano. How the mighty fell. They were last year's surprise team and this year's biggest disappointment. Normally firing a head coach a year after he took a team to the playoffs would draw criticism, but you can't lose 10 straight games and expect to keep your job. Morris was a player's coach, and discipline disappeared this past year. Schiano is a disciplinarian and will inject some much needed toughness into the Buccaneers. But he may have to clean some cancers out first. With that said, he's a college coach, and the number of those who've succeeded at the NFL level can be counted on one hand. Grade: C

Indianopolos: Chuck Pagano. Let's be clear. This isn't a knock on Pagano. I'm sure he'll be a great head coach someday. But out of all the firings this year, this made little sense. You lose your star QB to injury, and after years of being playoff contenders, and Super Bowl contenders, you first fire the architect of that team, then fire the head coach. Most likely this year would've proven a aberration if Peyton comes back. Not only that, but this defense was built on speed. Pagano runs a 3-4. The best he can do is move Freeney and Mathis to OLB, maybe Hughes to ILB. But no other player anywhere on the current roster fits the scheme. As I said, he'll make a great head coach. But if not for the Raiders, this might have been the dumbest decision made this year. Grade: D-

Oakland: Dennis Allen. Again, this isn't a knock on Allen. I'm sure he'll be a good head coach someday as well. Sure, Allen's defense struggled in Denver most of the year, but the defense was learning a new scheme without the benefit of training camp, and the offense was continually putting the defense in bad spots with turnovers. When they stopped turning the ball over, suddenly the defense got much better. And the defense certainly played better than it had in years at any rate. But this firing made even less sense than Indianoplos'. Hue Jackson had this team on the verge of the playoffs despite his starting QB being out for the year, his leading WR most of the year, and his leading rusher down the stretch run to the playoffs. He was a first year head coach who was only fired because the new owner wanted his own guy in charge. Looks like it's going to be a tough road in Oakland. Grade: F

So, there you have it. My grades on the head coaching changes. To me this was one of strangest offseasons ever. I don't get why Hue Jackson and Jim Caldwell were fired, and Todd Haley's firing was foolish and ego-driven.

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