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Best Castore Golf Clothing 2022

What is the best Castore golf clothing in 2022?

Castore is one of the significant British business success stories of the last ten years.

The Liverpool-based company was founded in 2015 by brothers Tom and Phil Beahon (pictured above) and has made enormous strides in the sports clothing market, supplying apparel for Andy Murray, Adam Peaty, McLaren’s F1 team, Newcastle United, Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Rangers, the England cricket team, Saracens, and more.

They have branched out into golf clothing and added seven-time DP World Tour winner Matt Fitzpatrick as a brand ambassador earlier this year, along with British Masters winner Thorbjorn Olesen, so it’s the perfect time to take a closer look at their 2022 apparel range.

If you are looking to upgrade more of your golf apparel in 2022 then make sure you check out our features on the best golf polo shirts, trousers, belts, sunglasses and towels.

But here is our selection of the best Castore golf clothing…

The Vita Polo Shirt is one of the best pieces of Castore golf clothing

Castore Golf Vita Polo Shirt

Sizes (UK): XS-2XL | Colours: sage; Peacoat; Party; Azure

Having just signed up Matt Fitzpatrick, golf is a market in which it is looking to make giant strides and this polo shirt is typical of its style. On and off the course they look great. It has been designed with all aspects of the swing movement in mind and anti-odor technology is always welcome.

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The Vita Quarter Zip is one of the best pieces of Castore golf clothing

Castore Golf Vita ¼ Zip jacket

RRP £105.00 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): XS-2XL | Colours: Peacoat; Azure; mist

You could almost imagine Phil Daniels wearing this in Quadrophenia but that retro styling is pretty timeless. The rounded collar is very 2020s as well as Mod-inspired and that hybrid of urban and sport is very much part of its appeal. The fabric is designed to provide ample give while the water-resistant finish is much appreciated.

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The stretch gilet is one of the best pieces of Castore golf clothing

Beaver Stretch Gilet

RRP £105.00 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): XS-2XL | Colours: Peacoat; mist

A gilet has a lot of fans in golf and it is easy to see why. You get protection without worrying too much about freedom of movement. The Castore Stretch Gilet has also been designed with extra give in the shoulder region so the makers have gone up and beyond in that respect. The magnetic closing mechanism on the pockets is also very useful when you just want to do things quickly.

The Lightweight Anorak is one of the best pieces of Castore golf clothing

Castore Lightweight Anorak

RRP £135.00 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): XS-2XL | Colours: Peacoat

Castore is not afraid to go his own way and the unusual use of the word anorak for a piece of clothing is interesting in itself. Whether it’s a jacket or anorak, the key with this piece of clothing is it is as lightweight as the name suggests.

It’s perfect to slip on during a spring or summer shower and we know how many of those we get in the UK. It is also another piece of Castore golf clothing where the emphasis is heavily on its stretchiness and you have no concerns here regarding freedom of movement.

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The Nevis Chinos is one of the best pieces of Castore golf clothing

Castore Nevis Chino 2.0 trousers

RRP £150.00 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): XS-2XS | Colours: Pebble; Peacoat; Onyx; Flock

It is a lot of money for a pair of slightly unconventional-looking golf trousers but Castore is again making a bold statement with the ultra-modern design. The tightly-tapered legs should appeal to the younger end of the market and Castore wanted them to be the most comfortable trousers you have ever worn. It’s a big ambition but they are not far off the mark.

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The ghost cap is one of the best pieces of Castore golf clothing

Castore Ghost 2.0 Cap

Sizes (UK): N/A | Colours: Navy; White

It’s cap that looks great – Castore’s logo was a bit of inspired thinking so that helps – and is designed to cope admirably with all manner of head shapes. You get a nice degree of ventilation and moisture-wicking technology is also used to help keep your head dry on the hottest of days.

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Mark Flanagan is Today's Golfer's Commercial Content Writer.

Mark Flanagan has been a golf journalist since 2008 having worked at a number of daily newspapers before that as part of the sports teams.

He’s been playing golf since the age of 11, starting out at Olton in the West Midlands and has also been a member at Hull, Waterton Park near Wakefield and Hollins Hall in Baildon. He currently plays off a nine handicap.

You can get in touch with Mark, here.

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