13 Best Women's Golf Skirts & Skorts

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Women's Golf Skirts & Skorts in 2020


Baleaf Women's Active Athletic Skort Lightweight Skirt with Pockets for Running Tennis Golf Workout Black Size M

Baleaf Women's Active Athletic Skort Lightweight Skirt with Pockets for Running Tennis Golf Workout Black Size M
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Moisture Transport System - wicks away sweat quickly to keep you dry and cool
  • Secure & comfortable two layer - skirt outer and shorts inner, you can enjoy your sports without worries. double layer triangle shaped gusset avoids riding up & pinching, enhances your range of motion
  • Wide elastic waistband & internal drawcord - adjustable and comfortable to wear, and hidden pocket for personal belongings
  • Headphone cable hole & mesh pockets - headphone cable hole for easy access headphones, pocket on each leg of comfortably compressive mesh short stows your essentials, like 4.7'' phones, keys, etc.
  • Reflective details - remain visible in low-light conditions

Honour Fashion Women's Golf Underneath Shorts Skorts (Black, Medium)

Honour Fashion Women's Golf Underneath Shorts Skorts (Black, Medium)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Moisture wicking and breathable material make you stay cool
  • Secure Pantie/underwear Inside, cover your private part well also not see through.
  • Perfect choice for Gym exercise, running, tennis, hiking, workout,cheerleader, golf and any relaxed living
  • Scallop seam across the skirt for a modern look, practical back pocket enough room for storage
  • Light washed in cold water, hang dry

adidas Golf Women's Ultimate Adistar Skort, Black, Medium

adidas Golf Women's Ultimate Adistar Skort, Black, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Compression fit undershorts are made with climachill to keep you Super cool and dry in the hottest weather
  • Slip-in front pockets
  • Stretch-woven fabric for comfort
  • Pull-on styling
  • UPF 50+ UV protection

Callaway Women's Golf Performance 17' Knit Skort with Tummy Control, Peacoat, XX-Large

Callaway Women's Golf Performance 17' Knit Skort with Tummy Control, Peacoat, XX-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Opti-Dri: Transfers moisture away from the body to aid in evaporation
  • Opti-Shield 50: creates a layer of protection from the sun's harmful rays
  • Opti-Stretch: fabric features interwoven layers of spandex to ensure maximum range of motion so the garment moves with the golf swing
  • Power mesh panel reduces tummy and slims your figure
  • Machine wash cold, Tumble dry

Colorado Clothing Women's Tranquility Skort, Black, Medium

Colorado Clothing Women's Tranquility Skort, Black, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Wrinkle resistant, lightweight
  • Versatile design, perfect for any activity from tennis to golf to walking
  • Lightweight, breathable, quick drying
  • Streamlined designed for a very flattering fit with elastic in the waistband to stay put
  • Easy care: machine wash cold, tumble dry low

EAST HONG Women's Golf Skorts Workout Running Tennis Skorts (Gray, L)

EAST HONG Women's Golf Skorts Workout Running Tennis Skorts (Gray, L)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Soft & MOISTURE-WICKING - This women's sport skirt skorts are made from Polyester Lycra, quick drying, moisture-wicking and breathable.
  • Two Layer - Our athletic skirt skort has two layer, shorts iner and skirt outer, you can enjoy your sports without worries.
  • Perfect for running,tennis, gym workouts, golf, outdoors, hiking, and any fitness activity.
  • Left front waist hidden pocket, you can put outdoor small parts, credit cards, keys and other items
  • Please watch the size table before buying

Cityoung Women's Casual Pleated Golf Skirt with Underneath Shorts Running Skorts XS Grey

Cityoung Women's Casual Pleated Golf Skirt with Underneath Shorts Running Skorts XS Grey
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • TWO LAYER, short inner and skirt outer. Moves without worries.
  • One pocket on the back.
  • WIDE WAISTBAND, flat and elastic, adjustable and comfortable to wear, fits body well.
  • Soft, Lightweight and Stretchy. Comfortable for all seasons and various occasions.
  • We strongly suggest you order one size down because this skirt runs somewhat large according to some customers' feedbacks.

Women Activewear - Women Breathable Athletic Sport Skirt Skorts for Tennis/Golf/Running,Gray,US XL/Tag XXXL(Weight:131-150 lbs)

Women Activewear - Women Breathable Athletic Sport Skirt Skorts for Tennis/Golf/Running,Gray,US XL/Tag XXXL(Weight:131-150 lbs)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Note : Quick! Buy it now! All products are Promotion Price for Cyber Monday Week. The new version has pocket, the size of pocket version is different from the no pocket version, please kindly check the size chart before purchase.
  • SOFT & MOISTURE-WICKING - This women's sport skirt skorts are made from polyester and cotton, quick drying, moisture-wicking and breathable.
  • TWO LAYER - Our athletic skirt skort has two layer, shorts iner and skirt outer, you can enjoy your sports without worries.
  • ELASTIC WASIT - Wide elastic wasitband, adjustable and comfotable to wear, fits your body well, pleats design, more fashionable.
  • Perfect for running,tennis, gym workouts, golf, outdoors, hiking, and any fitness activity.

32e-SANERYI Women's Basic Elastic Tennis Skirt with Shorts Golf Skort(sk25,S,Black)

32e-SANERYI Women's Basic Elastic Tennis Skirt with Shorts Golf Skort(sk25,S,Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Please refer to the size table in the left picture to select.If your size is between two sizes, choose a larger size than usual, will be more comfortable.
  • The fabric is very soft and light, very comfortable even in sports.
  • Stretch fabric allows natural range of motion.
  • Elastic waistband offers a snug, comfortable fit.
  • Built-in shorts enhance coverage.

Penn Women's Active Skorts: Wide Band, Low Rise Tennis or Golf Skirt with Shorts,Stark White,Medium

Penn Women's Active Skorts: Wide Band, Low Rise Tennis or Golf Skirt with Shorts,Stark White,Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • PERFORMANCE JERSEY: Performance material wicks away moisture and keeps you cool. Added spandex for movement all means you can stay dry and comfortable during high endurance workouts.
  • STREAMLINE DESIGN: Enhances natural leg shape and has a slimming effect. Sizes run small, be sure to purchase a size up!
  • BANDED WAIST: Never worry about your skort not staying up while you train. Our shorts skirt combination bottoms moves with your body providing moving comfort and stays put during tennis workouts.
  • ATHLETIC FIT: Comfortable flat seams reduce chaffing. Moisture wicking material give a cool dry comfort and spandex for movement all means you can stay dry and comfortable during those long workouts.
  • MATERIAL: 88% Polyester/12% Spandex for softness, comfort, breathability and four-way stretch movement - everything you want in your performance sport skirts

Honour Fashion Women's Gym Dri-fit Athleta Skorts with Underwear Covered (Black, Small)

Honour Fashion Women's Gym Dri-fit Athleta Skorts with Underwear Covered (Black, Small)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Dri-fit and breathable material make you stay cool and comfy in summer day
  • Secure Pantie/underwear Inside, cover your private part well also not see through.
  • Perfect choice for Gym exercise, running, tennis, hiking, workout, golf and any relaxed living
  • scallop seam across the skirt for a modern look
  • Light washed in cold water, hang dry

Danskin Now Women's Basic Skort for Tennis, Golf or Active (Large, Black)

Danskin Now Women's Basic Skort for Tennis, Golf or Active (Large, Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • 90% Cotton 10% Spandex
  • Multiple color choices
  • Internal draw cord
  • Performance fit
  • Machine wash cold

X31 Sports Running Skirt, Tennis Skort with Mesh Shorts and Zipper Pocket for Workout, Golf, Gym by (Turquoise, Medium)

X31 Sports Running Skirt, Tennis Skort with Mesh Shorts and Zipper Pocket for Workout, Golf, Gym by (Turquoise, Medium)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • CHECK OUR SIZE CHART: Please do not reference the default Amazon Size Chart. If you are in between sizes, we recommend ordering a size up.
  • SOFT AND LIGHTWEIGHT: Skirt is made from a 4-way stretch Material. So it will be comfortable for Long Runs, 5K, 10K and marathons.
  • SHORTS THAT STAY IN PLACE: Built-In Mesh Shorties keep you cool and dry. Designed to fit snug yet accommodating, and won't bunch up.
  • HOLDS YOUR KEYS SAFELY: 2 Side pockets ideal for energy Gels or Tennis Balls. Rear Zipper Pockets in Back to securely hold your keys, ID, money or credit card.
  • CUTE COLORS: Feel Confident, Stylish and Fabulous when you are on the road, court or in the gym. Current colors available are Black, Pink and Turquoise / Aqua Blue

Broadway Great Bobby Clark: His Fame Eclipsed By Tragedy & Time

Comedian Bobby Clark was one of the top performers on vaudeville and Broadway. Though Clark is known to cognesceti of American theater there's a lack of recognition for this comic genius due to the unavailability of the shorts he made with his partner Paul McCullough.

They eventually caught on with a traveling minstrel troupe where they were had to develop other talents, including juggling and song and dance. They left the minstrel troupe to join the Hagenbach-Wallace Circus as clowns were they developed a comic routine based on unsuccessful attempts to place a chair atop a table, a rough and tumble, highly physical routine that proved a resounding success with audiences.

It was during the years 1906 from 1911 that the duo developed their distinct look and comedic style, as they rode the circuits with different circuses. Clark painted a pair of eyeglasses on his face with greasepaint while McCullough outfitted himself with fake "toothbrush mustache". Their routine, which featured the rapid-fire delivery of non-sequitur dialogue combined with stunts and sight gags, matured to the point where they became a premier act, virtual show-stoppers that wowed their audiences. It was time to graduate from the circus to vaudeville.

Clark amp; McCullough made their debut as a vaudeville comedy team at the Opera House in New Brunswick, New Jersey on December 2, 1912, with their 'chair and table' routine. As they became more popular, they began to add to their act, with the result that they were booked into more prestigious vaudeville circuits, with a vast increase in salary. By the time of America's entry into the First World War, they had worked their way up to Jean Bedini's famous burlesque company. After the war, they began making frequent appearances in the United Kingdom, and it was in London in the early 1920s that the team had their first breakthrough in musical-comedy revue, "Chuckles of 1922". After seeing the show in London, composer/impressario Irving Berlin hired them for his New York show "Music Box Revue", in which they made their Broadway debut.

The "Music Box Revue" show was a smash, running for 272 performances before launching a touring road-company for the provinces. From featured players in that and the 1924 edition of Berlin's "Music Box Revue", Clark amp; McCullough graduated to the big time, as stars of Phillip Goldman's Broadway musical, "The Ramblers." Goldman had

propelled juggler/Follies star W.C. Fields in his first Broadway starring vehicle, the smash hit "Poppy, and "The Ramblers" also turned out to be a hit. With the arrival of the talkies in the late '20s, Hollywood beckoned.

Clark amp; McCullough had made their film debut in W.C. Fields' silent feature "Two Flaming Youths," in which they appeared typecast as members of a circus sideshow. On the lookout for talent who could talk, Fox Studios signed them to a contract in 1928, starring them in a plethora of pictures, from one-reel recreations of Clark amp; McCullough stage routines to five-reel features. Fox's Clark amp; McCullough films were well-produced on generous budgets, but the aesthetic results cannot be judged as they have been lost. Neither comedian was comfortable with the early talkies, in which the camera was relatively immobile due to the restrictions of sound recording. Blimped cameras and cameras in soundproof booths shooting through windows were characteristic of early sound film shooting, and this mode of production was not amenable to their own freewheeling style, which was heavily improvisational, particularly on the part of Clark.

Simultaneously with the arrival of the Marx Brothers in Hollywood from Broadway, Clark amp; McCullough left the West Coast, bound for Broadway, to take a featured role in George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind's "Strike Up the Band. On Broadway, the team was viewed as the natural successors to Minnie Marx's four sons, The Marx Brothers. In 1930, R.K.O.-Radio Pictures, created by Joseph P. Kennedy from the Keith-Orpheum vaudeville circuit, his own F.B.O., and Radio Corp. of America's sound-reproduction process, wooed Clark amp; McCullough back to Hollywood after their appearances in several other Broadway shows. Their R.K.O. contract enabled them to continue performing on Broadway as their shorts would be filmed during the summer months, when Broadway theaters generally were closed in the days before the perfection of air conditioning.

From 1930 through 1935, Clark amp; McCullough appeared in 22 shorts for R.K.O., many of which were scripted by Clark. Their R.K.O. shorts combined verbal humor and wild slapstick and featured risqué gags that were extreme even for the pre-Code early '30s. Made in a more productive environment that gave Clark's genius freedom to roam, their R.K.O. shorts were very popular. They also appeared in the original musical comedy "Here Goes the Bride" (a flop which closed after four days in November 1931) and the successful original musical revues "Walk a Little Faster" [1932-33 season) and "Thumbs Up" (1934 - 1935).

Clark amp; McCullough launched a road tour of the 1935 version of "George White's Scandals" after wrapping up that year's R.K.O. shorts. Sadly, Paul McCullough cracked under the strain of the constant touring and had to be admitted to a Boston-area sanitarium to be treated for nervous exhaustion. After being released in March 1936, McCullough requested the friend driving him home from the sanitarium stop at a barbershop so that he could have a shave. McCullough conversed amicably with the barber, but when the barber's back was turned, McCullough grabbed a straight razor and slashed his own throat and wrists. Taken to a nearby hospital, he died several days later. Clark, his performing partner and friend of 35 years, was emotionally devastated. But for a bit part in "The Goldwyn Follies" in 1938 (a film he derided as "the world's longest trailer"), Clark never again appeared in motion pictures.

After his Paul McCullough's death, Clark went into seclusion for several months before returning to his craft, substituting for Bob Hope in the "Zeigfield Follies of 1936" on

Broadway. After four decades of being partnered with his childhood friend, he was nervous about going solo, but eventually was even more successful on Broadway, appearing in such shows as Richard Brinsley Sheridan 's classic comedy "The Rivals" and the musical comedy warhorse " Sweethearts", among others. But he was perhaps best known in the World War II and post-War era in shows produced by a hustling impresario born Avrom Hirsch Goldbogen. Altogether, Clark appeared in five Broadway shows for producer Michael Todd (as Goldbogen was known), all of them great successes: the musical revue "Star amp; Garter" with Todd's paramour Gypsy Rose Lee (1942-43); the

Cole Porter musical "Mexican Hayride"(1944-45); a production of Moliere's "The Would-Be Gentleman" (1946); the musical revue/leg shows "As the Girls Go"(1950) and "Michael Todd's Peep Show"(1951), for which Clark wrote the book and directed.

It was for Mike Todd that Clark became, in the words of Todd's biographer Art Cohn, "The master of high dames and low comedy." The combination of gorgeous (provocatively clad and sometimes naked) showgirls and the diminutive, Clark, with his greasepaint glasses, manic physical comedy, and faux aggression was a sure box office hit, so much so that the profligate Todd constantly had to return to staging shows starring Bobby Clark to generate the boffo box office receipts to pay off his considerable debts. Clark, whose career was revitalized by Todd's "Star amp; Garter" and "Mexican Hayride" at the beginning of World War II, was grateful to the hustling Todd and happy to help the

degenerate gambler and con man constantly reestablish himself financially and professionally. Clark was paid generously by the producer, but he continued appearing for Todd long after he ceased needing the money, even though the lean years of his circus career had made him a notorious skinflint.

Bobby Clark was inveigled by Todd to host the producer's segments of the TV show "The Colgate Comedy Hour" (1950). He then bid Broadway and show business adieu, although he emerged from retirement in 1956 to tour with the road show of "Damn Yankees". He died on February 12, 1960, having outlived the minstrel show, vaudeville and burlesque. He was 71 years old.

Clark amp; McCullough's were immensely popular during their heyday, appearing in high quality shorts, some of the best short comedies of the 1930s. They are forgotten today, primarily due to the exigencies of television censorship in the United States. During the 1950s, when vintage comedy shorts were being packaged and sold to television, Clark amp; McCullough's films apparently were not among them. The release of classic shorts to television created a resurgence of interest in Laurel and Hardy and revitalized the careers of The Three Stooges. However, Clark amp; McCullough's shorts were not issued to television during this period, with the resulting obscurity, probably because of two reasons: the comparatively small number of Clark amp; McCullough shorts (22) obviated their being sold as a discrete package (at five shows per week in a typical TV time slot, the series would last barely over a month; by contrast, the almost 200 shorts of the Three Stooges provide nearly a year's worth of entertainment); and the subject matter and tone of their shorts weren't appropriate to the child audience the Laurel amp; Hardy and Three Stooges shorts were marketed to.

Clark amp; McCullough's films are very much by and for adults and include a fair amount of drinking, carousing, and womanizing. Bobby Clark's wild double-entendres wouldn't help either. Clark amp; McCullough were not the only film comedians to miss the bandwagon to new-found fame in the 1950s; many other comedians whose films were likewise passed up for television reissue. With the exception of the Three Stooges, most of the Columbia short subjects have yet to be widely revived on television. The famous duo Wheeler and Woolsey, practically forgotten now, had a brand of adult humor that helped prevent the features of from seeing wide commercial television distribution (many of their films were considered too vulgar even for contemporary audiences).

Bobby Clark believed that the Clark amp; McCullough films were not very good and did nothing to ensure their survival or appreciation by a new generation. At the time of his death in 1960, Clark was remembered for his solo Broadway career; many of his fans did not know that he had ever been part of a team. The irony is, if Bobby Clark is remembered today, it is because of his films he made in partnership with Paul McCullough.

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