The Golf Clothing : Golftini Skorts and Sleeveless Polo Tops
The Gals : Dawn, Shelley and Whitney
The Golf Course : Southshore Golf Club, Henderson NV

We were introduced to Golftini's line of  bright geometric print golf clothing at the 2013 PGA Expo in Las Vegas, and were so pleased to receive samples to review for you!  Interested in having the Gals play in and critique your golf clothing or accessory?  Instructions regarding submitting samples are at the end of this post.  

Dawn Says :  I wore Golftini's Blue Lagoon Golf skort, (sz 4) and sleeveless button up polo (sz med) for our recent round of 9 holes... 

According to my measurements, the size chart on Golftini's website indicates I should wear a 6 - however when I tried on the sample size 6 it felt more like a size 2!  Potential size labeling issues during manufacturing?  

During play, the skort felt a little big at the waistband but I thought it had a great length. My size medium top was huge under the arms - I'd definitely choose a smaller size in the future. 

The skirt is 97% cotton and 3% spandex - not alot of stretch but fairly comfortable to play in.  Just as I suspected, the photo above shows how the skort looked after machine washing on gentle and line drying.

Shelley says : Pink and orange is a favorite color combination of mine, that's why I loved the look of my Lucky Charms skort (sz 6) and pink polo (sz med).   

Two thumbs up for this line's subtle attention to detail like the same-pattern attached cotton undershorts, grosgrain ribbon detail on the edges of the 2 side pockets, and Golftini's super cute martini glass logo embroidered on the bottom hem of the surprisingly soft shirt.   

Like Dawn and Whitney, I found that the skirts all suffered from inconsistent sizing.  Here I am trying on Whitney's Jet Setter skort at the end of our round...

Whitney says :  The size discrepancies among these golf skirts highlight why some women have body image problems when shopping for clothing!  Since manufacturers use different models when designing and cutting their clothes - never be discouraged if your usual size doesn't fit!

Positives about these skirts?  I thought the pink and black honeycomb pattern on my Jet Setter skort  (sz 4) was cute and the length was perfect.  The cotton blend fabric wrinkles easily, however, and was kind of scratchy.  After handwashing and drying it flat, here's how mine looked...

The ruching on the front yoke of my white shirt (sz med) was a nice subtle detail, but I did not like the overall boxiness of the shoulders - I prefer a more feminine cut for tops like this pink sleeveless Ping.  The fabric was nice and soft, comfortable while playing during 70-80 degree temperatures.  


We're going to give our Golftini skorts and shirts 2 out of 5 balls.  Why not 5?  Here's why: 

1. Streamline the sizing of the golf skirts!  Based on the inconsistencies we experienced, it would be hard to order the correct size when ordering online.

2. Change the skirt's cotton fabric, but keep the cute patterns!   Polyester blends that wick away moisture and don't wrinkle when wearing or washing are far more preferable.

3.  Lower the price!  This golf outfit's total price is $195 : $75 for the shirt and $120 for the skort.  Given the sizing issues and the amount of maintenance needed to keep the skirt wrinkle free - we think $75 or under for the total set seems more realistic.


Special thanks to the good folks at Golftini for sending these samples!  To submit your golf clothing or accessory for the Gals to critique, click here and send an email introducing your company / the product(s) you'd like us to review.  We'll be in touch shortly!