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Mizuno’s new Japanese origami inspired golf clothing range offers golfers the chance to look great while keeping cool through the hot summer months.

The range includes a mammoth 84 garments – from polo’s through to knitwear and includes shorts and trousers.

With the new range being made with mercerised cotton, found more usually in high end luxury brands, Mizuno aim to offer a much more luxurious range of attire for the discerning player.

All of the new polo shirts offer a selection of varying styles and fabrics, with almost all offering Drylite moisture management yarn, to keep the body dry whilst maintaining core body temperature.

The spring/summer 2015 polos are available in a range of colours, including lime, black, bright white, brilliant blue, dress blue, orange and tigerlily.

For those looking for knitwear, the Merino knitwear also ensures that the wearer is dry and warm via Mizuno’s Warmalite and Impermalite technology. The latter protects against up to 5000mm of rain, ensuring that you stay warm and dry even in a summer downpour.

The range includes brand new accessories, such as the belts, caps and visors – including the Tour Visor as made famous by Mizuno ambassador Luke Donald.

For detailed pricing of Mizuno’s Spring/Summer range please click here.





The Golfers Club is offering a lucky member the chance to win a Mizuno Eight50 Cart Bag – RRP £160.00. To enter, simply answer the following question.


Q: How many garments are in Mizuno’s spring/summer apparel range?

To enter, email your answer to with your name, membership number and contact number. The prize draw will take place on the 1st June 2015.

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