How to Build a Golf Outfit for Less Than $100 at Ross
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How to Build a Golf Outfit for Less Than $100 at Ross

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How to Build a Golf Outfit for Less Than $100 at Ross

We’ve all heard this tired old line: “Golf is expensive.”

My response? It doesn’t have to be. Let me explain.

I admit I’m a sucker for nice golf gear. Heck, I’m the one who reviewed a $400 pair of pants. That said, my true passion (granted, hard to believe) is finding a way to make the game less expensive. 

No one is more thrifty than I am when it comes to purchasing golf gear. Hence, I’ve learned a thing or two about finding name-brand gear for almost unbelievable prices. Are you ready to climb down the deep discount rabbit hole with me? You’re in for a treat. 

The truth is that, with a little patience and gusto, you can find an entire wardrobe of great golf apparel, shoes and accessories at one of the country’s leading bargain stores: Ross. 

Yes, the secret is out of the bag. Ross is a fantastic place to buy gear from your favorite brands like NIKE, adidas, Callaway and PUMA. I’ve made it my mission to teach you the tricks of the trade so you can save big money. 

Ready, friend? Here’s how you can build an entire golf wardrobe for less than $100 at Ross. 

Why Ross?

I know what you’re thinking: Ross is where old people shop. That’s rather facile. Ross is where EVERYONE should be shopping to save money on golf gear. 

Ross purchases their products directly from the manufacturer. Often, the gear is one of two things:

  1. Out of season. Product lines are cyclical and, when the current line is no longer relevant, it makes its way to Ross.
  2. Imperfect. Items that can’t be sold as new at retailers like NIKE, adidas, etc., often find a home at Ross. 

These two things are what give Ross the ability to drop prices and offer a very competitive discount on name-brand products. 

What I found on my most recent Ross escapade

The best (and most frustrating) thing about Ross is the selection. The shelves and racks are ever changing, meaning you may not find anything one day but may find a few good pieces the next. 

This is what makes it fun. The thrill of the hunt is almost as fun as seeing the final receipt. Here’s what I found on my most recent trip to Ross.

Under Armour Vest – $34.99 ($120)

Ross is a solid place to find great golf outwear for the upcoming winter season. I found this sleek, insulated Under Armour vest on clearance for $34.99. Yes, please!

NIKE Dri-FIT Player Men’s Lobster Print Golf Polo – $24.99 ($75)

Remember that thing I said about product cycles? This NIKE polo was designed for for the 2022 U.S. Open. A year later, you can buy it at Ross for an awesome price.

adidas Performance Golf Polo – $19.99 ($49.99)

Looking for an even more economical polo? Most adidas polos you find at Ross are less than $20. You can tell this guy is at least one season old because it still has the “adidas” text underneath the logo. The brand has since switched to using only the Three Stripes logo with no wordmark.

RLX GOLF Tailored Fit 5 Pocket Golf Pant – $39.99 ($115)

These fancy RLX GOLF pants retail for $115. Seems a little steep, right? No matter. Ross has them for $39.99. I saw multiple pairs of these in nearly every waist size.

Callaway Everplay Five-Pocket Pants – $21.99 ($87.95)

RLX not your thing? Callaway golf pants are everywhere at Ross. I found a pair that was marked down even further than normal. You can’t beat $22 for a pair of name-brand golf pants.

A Few Accessory Items

I don’t have enough time to detail everything I saw at Ross nor did I take enough photos to do so. That said, here are a few accessory items I think you’ll be interested in.

Many Ways to Slice It

How much you save (and spend) at Ross depends largely on what you value. If you’d rather spend more money on a vest, then saving a few bucks on Callaway pants instead of splurging on the RLX pair is probably the best course of action.

No matter how you look at it, you’ve got options. Here are a few ways you could solve this problem:

Outfit #1: $98.96

  • Under Armour vest
  • adidas polo
  • RLX pants
  • Wilson towel

Outfit #2: $74.45

  • NIKE polo
  • Callaway pants
  • adidas hat
  • NIKE glove
  • Wilson golf balls

Whichever route you choose, know this: Ross has plenty of options for any budget. Obviously, the gear shown here may not be exactly what you find at your local store. Rest assured, though, the discount golf gear is abundant and aplenty.

Shopping at Ross: Tips and Tricks from an Expert Bargain Hunter

  • Ross has a propensity to buy a lot of stock from the same retailers. This means that often items you find at one Ross location are more than likely at another. When a Ross store is overloaded with a particular item (I found more than 10 of the same Wilson golf towel), I call this a “flood.”
  • One-off items do pop up occasionally. These are typically of higher value and are much more limited in stock. A rare find like this could score you some limited (or even sold-out) gear for a great price. Finds like this are also easy to flip for some extra cash. (I’ll do an entire article on this later.)
  • Don’t skip over the shoe section. While this trip to Ross didn’t yield any golf shoe finds, I found loads of pairs during the summer months. Hint: Most NIKE golf shoes at Ross are marked down to less than $50.

Above all: Have fun! Shopping for golf gear at Ross requires patience but the rewards well outweigh the time requirements. So save a few bucks and go get yourself some new clothes. You deserve it.

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Connor Lindeman

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Connor is MyGolfSpy's resident sneakerhead who believes that golf is more enjoyable with a fresh pair of kicks. When he isn't scrolling Twitter to find his next golf shoe purchase, you can find him at the piano or trying a new dessert place with his wife. #Lefty

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      Evie

      4 months ago

      I love your approach to making golf more affordable, and Ross sounds like a hidden gem for scoring fantastic deals on name-brand gear. Your recent finds, especially the Under Armour vest and NIKE Dri-FIT polo, are impressive, and the price tags at Ross are unbeatable. I’m definitely going to check out EMUCoupon for additional savings the next time I go on a golf gear spree. Do you have any other favorite stores or tips for finding budget-friendly golf equipment and apparel?

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      Connor Lindeman

      4 months ago

      Thanks for your kind comment! Honestly, I love thrift stores (Goodwill, Savers, etc), though they require a lot of patience to find something good. Another solid option is Marshalls, I’ve often found discount Peter Millar and G/Fore there!

      Reply

      Branden Wheeler

      4 months ago

      T.J. Maxx, Burlington, and Marshal’s are where I find great golf deals. Not so much Ross where I am. But I do like going to those stores to find golf outfits. Found Adidas shorts for 17 bucks. Twice to be exact.

      Reply

      Eric P

      4 months ago

      Ross, TJ Maxx, Marshall’s, and Sam’s Club will work for anybody. My wife loves to shop and she finds everything on sale that’s golf related!

      Reply

      Alex

      4 months ago

      LOVE the Dick’s outlet. I just wish it was closer to me. I’ve been twice, and both times, in addition to the clearance prices, EVERYTHING in the store was BOGO free.

      Reply

      John phillips

      4 months ago

      Went to the website but couldn’t find any golf stuff

      Reply

      Branden Wheeler

      4 months ago

      In person is the best bet for these stores

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      ROB Person

      4 months ago

      Love me some goodwill stores here! I’ve found brand name, new polos and golf shorts so many times. Greg Norman, izod, baytree, etc
      Great tips and articles. If you live near a pga event area, the clothes are even more well known brands. Plus the deals on clubs and accessories too! I tend to avoid pawn shops though.

      Reply

      Robin

      4 months ago

      I’m thin and Ware a size 28 inch waist . I can look at the size 28 in twenty seconds.

      Reply

      JR

      4 months ago

      Can usually find good deals at Costco as well. Callaway shorts and pants. Greg Norman shirts and 1/4 zip pullovers. Adidas shirts and shorts.

      Reply

      Hopp Man

      4 months ago

      If you happen to go into PGA Tour Superstore, wander back to the sale/closeout racks for clothing, you can often find great deals ono closeout clothing.

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      Thomas A

      4 months ago

      TJ Maxx/Marshall’s is my home for all apparel. Some recent finds include: two pair of Linksoul Boardwalker shorts for $25 each. RLX vest for $25. Columbia rain jacket for $50. Peter Millar lightweight hoodie for $35. Callaway shorts for $20. Perry Ellis pants for $25 (PEI licenses Callaway and Original Penguin apparel). The list goes on.

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      Alex

      4 months ago

      I don’t have a Ross near me (central Mass), but I’m addicted to Marshalls/TJ Maxx/Sierra. The last few months have seen an increase in the amount of Peter Millar, Greyson and other high ends golf brands they stock, most at great prices.

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      Peejer

      4 months ago

      I’ve been going to Ross for golf apparel for years! I’ve purchased countless golf gloves (both synthetic and leather) for under $5.00. Not to mention the golf shorts and pants under $20, brands like PGA Tour, Callaway, Puma, iZod and Greg Norman. Only bad thing about this article is that I may have some new competition in my search for the bargains!

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      Davide Mattucci

      4 months ago

      LOVE this piece! It’s all about the treasure hunt. If you’re tenacious enough to search, there are unreal deals.

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      CryptoDog

      4 months ago

      Dude, I do this on Amazon.
      Ross is junk, because they have what are called “2nds and 3rds” which are NOT the actual product on the real store shelves but are the ones with a bad stitch here, off-color there, poor zipper here, wrong cut shape or length on one side, etc. There’s a reason why they are cheap.
      It can be somewhat done on Amazon, but, for some of the cheaper polo shirts, if they are cheap, they can be poorly made, or have a shorter length sometimes so it’s hard to tuck in, etc.
      So you get what you pay for sometimes, but sometimes there are good deals too, and patterns and colors that are different to the mainstream expensive ones

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      Jeff

      4 months ago

      Money saved on clothes is money saved for greens fees as I look at it. Another store that has popped up recently as a great cheap golf gear mecca are the Dicks Sporting Goods outlet stores. Lots of their Walter Hagen house brand (but at $20/shirt) and other names like Adidas, Under Armor, etc. Plus a decent selection of golf accessories.

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      BH

      4 months ago

      When in Ross, keep your wallet in your front pocket and your head on a swivel. This of course, is all dependent on where your local Ross is located. I’ve been to good ones, and I’ve been to some doozies. I haven’t been stabbed yet, though. Connor, I applaud your willingness to shed those $400 drawers (figuratively please) and come down to us po’ folks’ level.

      Reply

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