Golf is one of those sports where, although there isn’t an official uniform, there sure is a general decorum most golfers follow. Whether you’re a serious golfer or a weekend warrior, looking the part means you respect the game and those golfing around you. And you look great, too. Not only is golf apparel some of the most stylish sports wear around, your outfit does serve a function (mainly comfort and flexibility). Here are a couple of places in Sacramento that can outfit you from head to toe.
Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop
3645 Fulton Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95821
(916) 808-2526
www.hagginoaks.com

What sets apart Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop from the rest of the other golf apparel options in Sacramento is their Style Bar. If you’re as clueless as the next golfer on what you should wear and if you can even afford a full golf wardrobe on a budget, worry no more. First and foremost, they literally have the largest selection of golf clothing in the Sacramento area with brands like Nike, Adidas, Jamie Sadock and PING. There are six stylists who will help you choose outfits that’ll fit your budget. Call to make an appointment or stop in for a full fitting.

iFit Golf Of Folsom
2395 Iron Point Road, Suite 110
Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 983-3660
www.ifitgolf.com

If you’re tired of the big box store experience in the Sacramento area for your golf equipment, head over to iFit Golf of Folsom. The owners, staff and club fitters are all more than helpful and knowledgeable on their products to improve your game. If you want to work on your style points, iFit has a great selection of Argyle sweaters, polos and jackets to complete your tee-off outfit. If you’d like, head on over to their Callaway Golf Fitting studio with a test driver to feel how your new clothes will feel like when you hit the tee.

William Land Park Pro Shop
4000 S. Land Park Drive
Sacramento, CA 95822
(916) 808-5200
www.WilliamlandGC.com

Located in the heart of Sacramento, William Land Park Golf course and pro shop carries all the best brands at prices that are hard to beat. Don’t let the small size of the shop fool you, as they are managed by Morton Golf Sales (which happens to also run the aforementioned award-winning Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop). In addition to polos, slacks and shorts, they have plenty of balls, headwear, gloves and accessories to choose from. If you’re in a rush and need something at the last minute, not to worry, as last-minute items are their specialty.

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Woodcreek Golf Club Shop
5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95747
(916) 771-4653
www.golfroseville.com

Woodcreek Golf Club is known for having one of the best public golf courses in Northern California, but they also have a great selection of golf apparel and equipment at their shop. Woodcreek carries all the best brands like Taylor Made, PING, Titleist, Cleveland and Strata just to name a few. Unlike some of the bigger stores that may be crowded on any given weekend, you might find some luck in choosing your next outfit over at Woodcreek. And if you’re buying a couple of polos and slacks as a gift, why not pair that clothing with a bit of tee-time via their gift certificates? You can buy those at the register.

Article Consignment Boutique
706 56th St. Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 316-5772
www.articleconsignment.com

If good golf clothing means throwing on a crisp polo, a pair of khakis or shorts and a wide-brimmed hat to beat out the afternoon sun, then by all means head over to Sacramento’s Article Consignment Boutique. Although they largely specialize in women’s clothing, they do have a sizeable collection of men’s clothing. And with prices that beat buying brand new, why not check out this Sacramento gem? We recommend keeping abreast with their posts on Facebook as they often have special sales they’ll announce only there.

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Paulo Acoba is a California native raised in the Bay Area and living in the Central Valley. He enjoys distance running, cycling and grassroots motorsports. He holds a degree in management from the University of California Merced. Paulo has been writing for Examiner.com since 2012 and covering the Fresno area.
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