13 Best Boys' Golf Pants

List Updated January 2022

Bestselling Boys' Golf Pants in 2022


Under Armour Boys' Match Play Pants, Canvas /Graphite, Youth X-Large

Under Armour Boys' Match Play Pants, Canvas /Graphite, Youth X-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • Where we started? It all started with an idea to build a superior T-shirt
  • The technology behind Under Armour's diverse product assortment for men, women and youth is complex, but the program for reaping the benefits is simple: wear HeatGear when it's hot, ColdGear when it's cold, and AllSeasonGear between the extremes

Under Armour Boys' Match Play Pants, Canvas (254)/Canvas, 14

Under Armour Boys' Match Play Pants, Canvas (254)/Canvas, 14
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Moisture Transport System wicks sweat & dries fast
  • Stretch-engineered waistband with adjustable inner elastic for a perfect fit
  • Flat-front, 4-pocket design
  • Straight leg

PUMA Golf Boys Junior 5 Pocket Pants, Black, Medium

PUMA Golf Boys Junior 5 Pocket Pants, Black, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • dryCELL technology
  • Mechanical stretch
  • Moisture wicking

Under Armour Boys' Match Play,Rhino Gray /Rhino Gray, Youth Medium

Under Armour Boys' Match Play,Rhino Gray /Rhino Gray, Youth Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Where we started? It all started with an idea to build a superior T-shirt
  • The technology behind Under Armour's diverse product assortment for men, women and youth is complex, but the program for reaping the benefits is simple: wear HeatGear when it's hot, ColdGear when it's cold, and AllSeasonGear between the extremes

adidas Golf Boys Ultimate Pants, Black, Large

adidas Golf Boys Ultimate Pants, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Moisture-wicking stretch fabrication for range of motion
  • Stretch waistband for mobility and comfort
  • Silicone adidas printed gripper keeps shirts tucked in

Puma Golf Boys Junior 5 Pocket Pant, Vibrant Orange, Large

Puma Golf Boys Junior 5 Pocket Pant, Vibrant Orange, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Scorecard pocket with added depth
  • Stretch dryCELL moisture-wicking fabric
  • 5 pocket silhouette with rivets at stress points
  • Sunshine-ready with a UPF of 50+

NIKE Boys Flex Golf Pants (Medium, Black)

NIKE Boys Flex Golf Pants (Medium, Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Dri-FIT Technology helps keep you dry and comfortable
  • Two-way stretch fabric allows natural movement
  • Button waist with zip fly for classic comfort
  • Bonded details enhance durability
  • Multiple pockets

Boy's Puma Golf Boys 5 Pocket Pants Jr, Pct, Medium ,Pct

Boy's Puma Golf Boys 5 Pocket Pants Jr, Pct, Medium ,Pct
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • dryCELL technology
  • Mechanical stretch
  • Moisture wicking

Puma 5 Pocket Pant Jr Medium Black

Puma 5 Pocket Pant Jr Medium Black
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

PUMA Golf Junior Boys 5 Pocket Pants, X-Small, Peacoat

PUMA Golf Junior Boys 5 Pocket Pants, X-Small, Peacoat
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • 5 pocket silhouette with rivets at stress points
  • Stretch dry cell moisture-wicking fabric
  • UV Protection +50 UPF

adidas Golf Boys Ultimate Shorts, Mid Grey, Large

adidas Golf Boys Ultimate Shorts, Mid Grey, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2022
  • Moisture-wicking stretch fabrication for range of motion
  • Stretch waistband for mobility and comfort
  • Silicone adidas printed gripper keeps shirts tucked in

Under Armour Boys' Match Play Cargo Pants, Canvas (254)/Canvas, 14

Under Armour Boys' Match Play Cargo Pants, Canvas (254)/Canvas, 14
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2022
  • Moisture Transport System wicks sweat & dries fast
  • Stretch-engineered waistband with adjustable inner elastic for a perfect fit
  • Expandable zipper cargo pocket to stash your stuff
  • Straight leg

adidas Golf Climastorm Pant, Black, Large

adidas Golf Climastorm Pant, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2022
  • Front Welt pockets flap pocket on back
  • Drawcord on elastic waist
  • Climastorm gives you protection from the wind

Golf Tips Before You Play

Here are some basics things to know about golf before you tee off on your first course.

1. Get Starter Clubs

Unless you can afford to, there's not a need to invest a lot of money in golf clubs right away. For one thing, if you decide you hate golfing, you really wasted some money. For another, you want to keep things simple when you start. You don't need all the woods and irons that avid golfers carry in their bags. Basic sets cost as low as $50 at some stores, or you can look for yard sales or eBay. If you decide you really enjoy golf, then you can invest in a better set. But for the beginning, keep it simple.

2. Go To The Range And Putting Green

The first thing you should do is go to a driving range and a putting green. Putting greens are usually free, and a bucket of balls only costs a couple of bucks. The driving range will allow you and others who may be able to help you see how you swing the club. Try all the clubs in your bag, and see how you hit the ball. The putting green will give you an introduction to how the ball breaks, how some greens are fast and slow, and all the other nuances of putting. I wouldn't recommend investing in golf lessons unless you decide you enjoy playing golf. Otherwise, lessons will just frustrate you if you aren't getting anything out of them.

3. Play Chip And Putt Or A Par 3 Course

Chances are your area has a chip and putt course or an 18 hole par 3 course. These are great ways to play around before you hit a regular course. The holes are modest in length, and will give you a feel for your irons and your putter. In addition, you'll get the feel of a golf course and what its like to walk it, play a ball in the sand, and other things that will help you along the way.

4. Learn Etiquette

Golf has a lot of rules about etiquette. Before you go out on a course, you need to learn these. People on the course will assume you know them. Many courses will post basic rules, but its good to learn a lot of other things, including not walking in front of someone's ball, furthest ball plays first, and dress code rules. Brush up on this on the Internet so you know what to expect out on the course. Also remember to make tee times if the course requires it, and make sure you show up at that time.

5. Keep Yourself Composed

Unless your Tiger Woods, you're going to be bad when you first play golf. You'll miss shots badly. You'll hit a ball to the right when you swore you were aiming left. You'll miss a short putt. It's going to happen, so be prepared. Don't get frustrated. The more frustrated you get, the worse you'll play. The key to golf is knowing that you get better and better each time. And remember this. No matter how bad you are that first round, you'll also probably have one or two shots that go great for you. Try to remember that feeling as you continue to play.

After your first round of golf, you'll either hate it or you'll think it was fun enough to keep trying. So go out again and again. Depending on how in to it you are, invest in better equipment or lessons. Try different courses. It's up to you how much you want to play or how serious of a hobby it becomes. Good luck on your first time out and I hope you enjoy!

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