PXG Handkerchief Panel Polo Review

PXG is a brand that has developed a solid reputation, not only for the performance of its golf clubs, including the very impressive 0211 driver, but also for its remarkable collection of clothing. Throughout the apparel range, you’ll find stylish apparel, primarily in black and white, with uniquely designed flashes that create a modern collection that can be worn both on and off the golf course.

The new Handkerchief Paneled polo shirt is one of the key items in the new men’s range. We wanted to see if this was one of the best golf shirts on the market, so we tested it out on the course on a hot October afternoon.

Let’s start with the most notable feature. On the shoulders and sides there is a black and white print consisting of what PXG describes as a “handkerchief pattern”. It features a mix of small, repeating PXG logos along with golf clubs, flags, and other shapes. White piping frames the design separating it from what is otherwise a classic black polo shirt.

PXG polo pattern

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I thought the combination of the athletic fit and the handkerchief pattern created a very sleek and modern look. Eye-catching panels on the sides and arms combine with an otherwise clean look that worked really well. Moreover, the black and white color combination also makes this polo shirt a versatile option that goes particularly well with gray or white shorts or trousers.

The collar is well structured without being stiff which, combined with the black press studs, helped this polo maintain its sleek shape throughout. The fabric itself is a stretchy blend of nylon and spandex. That it moves and stretches with your body is evident the moment you swing a golf club. The fabric should also dry quickly and provide UV protection.

PXG polo shirt

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With the Handkerchief Paneled polo shirt, PXG has combined a classic cut with a modern style. The result is a chic and sporty men’s golf shirt that will help golfers stand out on the course, but without having to try too hard.

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