Playing a game of golf with friends is a lot of fun. Before you know it, you've spent a long day outdoors without realizing it. But while you're outside enjoying yourself, you're putting yourself at risk for sunburn.

Most people only think to protect their skin health when they're headed to the beach or pool. However, the sun is beaming down all of the time, not just when you're going for a dip.

Luckily, there's a way to combine golf shirts and attire and sun protection together. To learn more about what to wear golfing, take a look at the suggestions below:

1. Men's Short-Sleeved Polo Shirts

Everyone knows you can't wear any ole outfit to the golf course, and polo shirts are classic golfing attire. When you're out on the green, it’s best to put on something that's breathable, allows you to have better form and helps you avoid sun burn.

The advantage of wearing a BloqUV polo shirt to the golf course is that it's antimicrobial and odor-resistant. It’s also UV lab tested to protect against 98% of UVA/UVB rays. You have the flexibility to add sun sleeves full arm UPF sun protection.

2. Women’s Polo Dress

Girls like to go out and enjoy having a few swings on the golf course too. For a day of golfing, a women’s UPF clothing polo dress is the perfect option. It’s light, breathable, cute and protects you from sun damage.

BloqUV’s polo dress includes chemical-free sun protection, and UV protection doesn’t wash out. The dress has side pockets, making it perfect for carrying your phone and other items.

It’s also versatile enough to wear off the course. If you have errands to run before or after your golfing session, it's clothing that you can sport anywhere.

3. Men’s Long Sleeve Collared Shirt

When the temperature drops, a long-sleeved polo works well. Not only does it keep you warm, but it also provides additional protection against the sun. Plus, it has a relaxed fit, so you can move around and work on your swing.

Even if it gets a little warm while you’re out, you don’t have to worry about sweat. The shirt material is moisture-wicking and quick-drying

4. Women’s Capri Skort

If you’re looking for fun, unique bottoms to wear to the golf course, this is it. The BloqUV capri skort includes BlogTek compression fabric that provides a toned silhouette.

It also has a ball pocket on the side, so you can put you can carry your golfball. Plus, it has a waistband pocket for your phone.

5.Unisex Sun Sleeves

If you’re looking for full protection while outside in the sun, the BloqUV unisex sun sleeves are it. If you are wearing short sleeves , our sun sleeves provide the flexibility for full arm coverage. This acccesory is the perfect option for preventing sunburn.

The sleeves also comes with thumb holes, so you’ll get coverage all the way down to your hands. Plus, the silicone gripper helps prevent sleeves from sliding.

6. Women’s Collared Shirt

The BloqUV women's collared shirt is great for the golf course, traveling, or leisure. It provides UPF 50+ sun protection, which is chemical-free.

Furthermore, it comes in several colors, so you can mix and match with your other clothes to create different outfit looks.

Tips for Sun Protection While Golfing

Just so you know, there are extra steps you can take to protect yourself from harmful UV rays on the golf course. Check out some of the tips below:

Wear a Hat

Hats are a standard component of a golfing outfit. However, they're not just for giving yourself the "golfer look". Hats and baseball caps actually provide more protection from the sun.

Not only that, but it reduces glare and provides better visibility. Ball caps and visors are the best options because they still in place, helping to shield your face. But a wide-brimmed hat offers more protection.

Put on Sunscreen

BloqUV's clothing does a good job of protecting skin from sun rays. But obviously, there are certain parts of your body that'll be exposed. You should still put sunscreen on your face, neck, ears, hands and legs.

Make sure that sunblock is water-resistant and has an SPF of 30 or higher. For best results, put it on at least 30 minutes before heading out.

Stand in the Shade

Shaded areas aren't ideal for golfing, but they're great for providing a break from the sun. If your golf course has trees, take some time to sit under it. You can drive your golf cart over and let your skin get a "woosah".

As you know, golf courses have an open, flat design and trees in the middle of the course are a no-no. That means you'll be out in hot areas where sunrays can beam directly on you. A break every now and again will do you some good.

Wear Sunglasses

If you've ever watched a PGA tournament, you may have noticed that most of the golfers wore shades. Not only do sunglasses enhance visibility, but they protect the face.

When choosing the best glasses for golfing, get a pair that blocks at least 99% of UV radiation.

What to Wear Golfing: Protect Your Skin

Deciding what to wear golfing doesn't have to be a dilemma anymore. Our BloqUV attire ensures that you're protected while golfing and engaging in other sports.

We offer a variety of clothes and accessories for every occasion. Plus, we have items for men, women, and children. Thankfully, you no longer have to worry about constantly putting on sunblock or dealing with the risk of developing skin cancers when you're wearing our protective gear.

If you have any questions about our products, don't hesitate to contact us. We'll get back to you as soon as possible.

January 13, 2023 — Gabriella Lowell