First in the range is the coldblack Chest Striped Polo, priced at Â£45.
The revolutionary coldblack technology reflects IR and heat rays, so you stay cooler and more comfortable when temperatures rise. Its Moisture Transport System wicks perspiration away from the body, and it has inbuilt anti-odor technology to keep you fresh throughout your round.
When the sun is strong, the coldback Chest Striped Polo withstands the sunâ€™s rays and protects your skin, reducing sun damage to the wearer â€“ deal in the summer months.
At Â£40, the Bent Grass 2.0 Short is sure to be a hit when the sun is shining. It is made from a 4% elastane fabric delivering exceptional comfort, and it is as stylish as it is practical.
Adding to its practicality are the front two side seam pockets and the two rear besom pockets â€“ plenty of storage for your glove, scorecard etc.
If shorts arenâ€™t your thing, then the Under Armour Performance Pant, priced at Â£50, is for you.
They are made from a lightweight fabric, for comfort, and also contain a durable HeatGear fabric, to keep you feeling fresh. The pants come in both a solid, and yarn-dye plaid version, featuring the Under Armour logo embroidery on the back. The perfect blend of performance and style.
If the wind picks up, then the Under Armour ColdGear Infrared Â¼ Zip, available at Â£50 is essential.
The UA CGI print technology on the interior traps in heat, to keep you comfortable throughout your round. However, unlike some golf gear it isnâ€™t bulky, and has a four-way stretch fabrication allowing greater mobility, so you can swing freely.
The full summer/spring range is available on the Under Armour website.
Originally published on bunkered on May 20, 2014.