One thing to buy this week: Foray Golf Jolly Rancher skirt

February 27, 2020

Welcome to a new GOLF.com column, where we’ll highlight one notable item that you might consider buying. Whether it’s an article of clothing, an intriguing electronic device, a piece of equipment designed to increase golf’s enjoyment factor — or anything in between — we want to share these items with you simply because they’ve generated a bit of chatter by our water cooler. So sit back, scroll down and keep up with the latest gear golf has to offer.

Foray Golf Jolly Rancher Skirt

While this skirt looks like denim, it's actually made from Foray Golf's proprietary moisture-wicking raw material, which is perfect for the golf course.

One of the first rules I learned when I started playing golf as a kid was that denim was not allowed. While I feel like golf attire has certainly loosened up to allow more room for expression and comfort, many courses still have a no denim rule. But Foray Golf’s Dreamweaver collection pays homage to American nostalgia through firework prints, chambray-like shirts and, of course, (faux) denim. The unique skirt, which comes in both grey and navy, is made from Foray’s four-way stretch, moisture-wicking raw material, and is printed to look like denim, while actually being totally appropriate for the course. Foray offers their skirts in two lengths (regular 15” and tall 17”) so no matter your height, you can feel comfortable wearing their product. I love that this skirt can easily transition from a round of golf to a night out with a simple shoe change.

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