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Just Add Jacket

The case for the three-piece matching set

By Embry Roberts

Just Add Jacket

By Embry Roberts


No matter how good of a golfer you are, decision fatigue – the deteriorating quality of your decision-making power over the course of a day – is real. If you’re going to spend your afternoon making choices about which iron to use and how best to angle your putt, you can’t go exhausting yourself before you even begin. Playing golf is basically akin to doing some light geometry. You’ll want to save your precious mental bandwidth for that.


Enter your saving grace: co-ords (short for “coordinates”). These made-to-match sets take the effort out of looking put together. But wait, you say, I thought dresses did that. Well, sure. We’re big fans. But by investing in a few complementary pieces, you’ll not only have a cute outfit ready to go, but you’ll also have the separates to mix-and-match with the rest of your wardrobe later on.



The ideal co-ord is made up of three pieces: a shirt, a skirt, and a jacket. While the skirt and shirt are more than sufficient for golfing, the jacket is what pulls the look together, making it wearable everywhere else. The double-layer on top will also account for sudden changes in weather, making sure you get the most mileage out of your look.

As an added bonus, you’ll be perfectly on-trend for whatever you’re doing on either side of your round. Stopping for brunch before you birdie? You’ll be serving looks while being served eggs. Heading into the clubhouse for a drink? Your postgame might even outperform your game-game – and if you ask us, there’s no shame in that.




You’ve got enough to think about when you’re heading out on the course. Go ahead and cross “does my outfit match?” off of that list. Even better, when you wear Foray Golf, you can be sure that each piece has been tried, tested, and thoroughly optimized for wear on the golf course. But should you down one too many Bloody Marys at brunch and decide to skip driving practice altogether, you can rest assured that your look will still be a hole in one.

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