10 Best Golf Shorts For Short Guys

Updated on: November 2020

Best Golf Shorts For Short Guys in 2020


Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit 9" Short, Blue, 32

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit 9
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • This slim-fit chino short features a mid-length inseam for a versatile, casual look
  • Zip fly with button closure, off-seam side pockets, rear button-through pockets, 9" inseam
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Stretch Golf Short, Khaki, 34

Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-Fit Stretch Golf Short, Khaki, 34
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • A classic cut and moisture-wicking, performance fabric to help keep you dry make this golf short 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 2-Pack Loose-Fit Performance Shorts, Medium Grey/Navy, X-Large

Amazon Essentials Men’s 2-Pack Loose-Fit Performance Shorts, Medium Grey/Navy, X-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Train in confidence with this pack of two lightweight shorts made with quick-dry, moisture-wicking, closed-hole mesh
  • Loose fit is designed for all day comfort and full range of motion
  • Internal drawcord, reflective logo, 8" inseam
  • 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

HARBETH Men's Casual Soft Cotton Elastic Fleece Jogger Gym Active Pocket Shorts Black Melange L

HARBETH Men's Casual Soft Cotton Elastic Fleece Jogger Gym Active Pocket Shorts Black Melange L
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Made In Standard Us Size, Order The Size You Usually Wear Or Review Our Size Chart In Description.
  • The Active/Casual Lounge Shorts Can Be Machine Wash, Do Not Dry Clean, Tumble Dry Low With Care.
  • Featuring Super Soft Body Fabric, Durable Premium Quality And Comfortable Fit.
  • Photos Are True To Color, Free Returns, Bonus Provided With Decent Suggestion.
  • According To Amazon Free Return Policy.

Amazon Essentials Men's Classic-Fit Cargo Short, Khaki, 34

Amazon Essentials Men's Classic-Fit Cargo Short, Khaki, 34
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Featuring multiple pockets and a comfortable fit, this classic cargo short is a great everyday essential item
  • Relaxed-fit shorts with button-flap pockets at seat, slide slant pockets, and cargo side pockets
  • Sits naturally at waist; hits just below the knee with a 10" inseam
  • Everyday 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

Dockers Men's Classic-Fit Perfect-Short - 33W - Sea Cliff (Cotton)

Dockers Men's Classic-Fit Perfect-Short - 33W - Sea Cliff (Cotton)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Sits at waist, roomy fit through seat and thigh
  • Larger smart phone pocket; single welt button through back pockets
  • 9.5" Inseam
  • Zip fly
  • NOTE: The Cotton version hits at or below the knee and the stretch (9.5" Inseam) fits at or just above the knee. It all depends on how high/low the customer wears his shorts

Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Classic-Fit Stretch Golf Short, Stone, 40

Amazon Essentials Men's Standard Classic-Fit Stretch Golf Short, Stone, 40
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • A classic cut and moisture-wicking, performance fabric to help keep you dry make this golf short 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, 9" inseam, 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

Dockers Men's Classic-Fit Perfect-Short - 38W - Maritime (Cotton)

Dockers Men's Classic-Fit Perfect-Short - 38W - Maritime (Cotton)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Sits at waist, roomy fit through seat and thigh
  • Larger smart phone pocket; single welt button through back pockets
  • 9.5 inches Inseam
  • Zip fly
  • NOTE: The Cotton version hits at or below the knee and the stretch (9.5 inches Inseam) fits at or just above the knee. It all depends on how high/low the customer wears his shorts

IZOD Men's Classic Fit Golf Short, Nickel, 31W

IZOD Men's Classic Fit Golf Short, Nickel, 31W
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Sun-Control with UPF-15 UV protective technology, so you can look sharp without worrying about the sun’s harmful rays
  • Moisture wicking properties pull moisture away from the body keeping you dry and feeling cool
  • Swing Flex 4-Way Stretch fabric stretches both crosswise and lengthwise, allowing for maximum comfort in all directions
  • Easy care: machine washable so you can wear it straight from the dryer
  • Pair these classic golf shorts with one of our golf performance polos to complete your look on the course

Original Penguin Men's 8" Inseam Basic Short with Stretch, True Black, 34

Original Penguin Men's 8
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Original Penguin men's short with five pockets and 8-inch inseam
  • Slim Fit - slim taper through legs and thighs
  • 3/1 Twill fabrication is lightweight for coolness and comfort

Selected Shorts Celebrates Black History Month in San Antonio

Selected Shorts, a public radio program that reads short stories to live audiences, came to San Antonio with a program honoring notable African-American authors Charles Johnson and Percival Everett and Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat.

The program began with a performance of "The Ballad of Henry Box Brown" from Sterling Houston's Black and Blue: 400 Years of Struggle and Transcendence. The performers, local actors Danielle King and SkudR Jones, brought the minstrel piece to life, working in well-choreographed harmony and acting out the ballad's key moments in believable fashion. Their performance warmed the crowd up for the next, slightly less showy piece, "Dr. King's Refrigerator" by Charles Johnson, which was read by Michael Genét. Genét, a prolific screenwriter and actor seen in films such as One Fine Day, 25th Hour, and She Hate Me, recently won the NAACP Image Award for the best screenwriting in a motion picture for Talk to Me.

Isaiah Sheffer, the host of Selected Shorts, appeared after Genét to read Percival Everett's "The Fix." As regular Selected Shorts listeners can imagine, Shefffer's pacing and rhythm had the crowd on the edge of their seats for the lengthy piece, which dove convincingly from reality into magical realism without so much as a warning. Much to the delight of the hard-listening crowd, a brief intermission came at the end of the story-a much-needed moment of fresh air to sort through the puzzle Everett's story had left hanging in the air.

Following the intermission, Sheffer welcomed the crowd back with his hallmark humor and a game of sing along in which he sang the first few bars of a song and the audience, at least in part, finished it. This exercise was surprisingly amusing and even those listeners eager to get back to the stories were forced to sing a line or two and laugh along with everyone else when Sheffer's lyrical call was answered with silence or a solo shy voice from the rear of the auditorium. Soon enough, though, it was time for the final story, Edwidge Danticat's "The Bridal Seamstress," about a young reporter's encounter with a Haitian American haunted by her past. Danticat's story was read by Myra Lucretia Taylor, who has appeared on Broadway in Macbeth and A Streetcar Named Desire, among others, and on screen in Changing Lanes and all the Law amp; Order series, to name a few. Taylor brought life to Danticat's piece with the various accents she employed in the portions of dialogue, and this finale was, for some, the most impressive piece of the evening.

The night ended for most after Taylor's performance, but five lucky people and their guests won an invite to meet and celebrate with the cast backstage. Everyone else was left with the memory of three fantastic short stories read by three talented performers, and although this episode of Selected Shorts was designed to celebrate black authors, as Isaiah Sheffer said early in the program, the stories were phenomenal ones to read during any month of the year.

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