The PGA Tour is back in action this week in Hawaii at The Sentry, the first of eight signature events this season. Kapalua’s Plantation Course is once again playing host, however, defending champion Jon Rahm is not in the field due to his recent move to LIV Golf.
Many apparel and equipment companies celebrate this two-week Hawaiian stretch — The Sentry and Sony Open — with floral patterns on their players’ clothes.
So, we thought we’d put together a list of some of our favorite tropical-themed apparel and equipment from brands like B. Draddy, TravisMathew, Peter Millar, Rhoback and more.
If you’re interested in our other apparel lists, these are worth a look: Malbon Golf | Fitness items for 2024
Why you’ll love it: This shirt from TravisMathew is perfect for vacation, summer cookouts or your next round of golf.
Shop Travis Mathew Kahuna Button-Up
Why you’ll love it: This Malbon x Nike collaboration is available in two colors and is built for warm-weather rounds.
Shop Malbon x Nike Dri-FIT Tour Solar Floral Polo
Why you’ll love it: B. Draddy makes some of the most comfortable apparel in the game, so its Sport Captain Quinn Polo would make a great addition to any wardrobe.
Shop B. Draddy Sport Captain Quinn
Why you’ll love it: The Micro-Floral Lisle Self Collar from FootJoy is available in three colors and is perfect for on or off the course.
Shop FootJoy Micro-Floral Lisle Self Collar
Why you’ll love it: It’s tough to go wrong with G/FORE, so the brand’s Photo Floral Tech Jersey Polo is a great choice.
Shop G/FORE Photo Floral Tech Jersey Polo
Why you’ll love it: Now this is a sweet lid from Puma and Palm Tree Crew.
Shop Puma x Palm Tree Crew Flamingo Golf Hat
Why you’ll love it: Bad Birdie strives to make stylish apparel and this Tropic Thunder Polo is a great look.
Shop Bad Birdie Tropic Thunder Polo
Why you’ll love it: The Clubs of Paradise Tour Snapback from PING is available in two patterns and would bring a pop of color to the course.
Shop PING Clubs of Paradise Tour Snapback
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