REVIEW: Lizzie Driver women's golf clothes
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REVIEW: Lizzie Driver women’s golf clothes

We here at GNN always want to highlight great golf products. However, without a female contributor, we're pretty limited in what we can do in terms of reviewing women's golf fashion (which, too, is far too limited in its availability compared to men's golf duds). So, GNN founder Ryan Ballengee turned to his mother-in-law for this review.

We've said it time and time again, that the mark of great golf fashion is that it looks good on and off the course. It's something you would wear wherever you are. That's what Lizzie Driver aims to do with its women's golf fashions, and they succeed, doing so at a higher-end price point.

Lizzie Driver offers a variety of tops, ranging from your standard polo, to sleeveless and three-quarter-sleeve tops. They all come in around $90-$100 each, which sounds expensive until you realize they serve a dual purpose. They don't have to be relegated to one end of the closet. Driver's skorts, pants and shorts are similarly well-made, but are more expensive than the tops, ranging from $120-$140 dollars each.

But enough background information. How did they look, feel and play? Here's my mother-in-law Joanne, who enjoyed a sleeveless shirt and skort combo:

The Lizzie driver outfit was great for playing. However, my friends thought I could were the skirt out for a casual day. They loved the plaid design. The material felt comfortable and allowed for good golf movement. The length of the skirt was perfect, meaning not too short. The front pockets are a little slanted to get at balls and tees

Some of the wicking shirts I have are clingy and feel constructing; the Lizzie driver wasn't that at all. It was very soft. It washed very well, too.

Lizzie Driver fashions are available on their website.

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