We have all heard the phrase, “you get what you pay for”. With some products or services, that isn’t always the case. However, with golf clothing, it certainly is.There are hundreds of manufacturers all claiming their line is the best. But, can they back it up? Galvin Green can. Their designers are real life golfers themselves, who know what designs and materials work best out on the links. They not only style their clothes for looks, but also function. The company claims to always have performance in mind, no matter the article of clothing involved.For too many years, golf clothes were the fodder for stand up comedians. The loud, sometimes garish colours and prints were often referred to as “Circus attire”. Galvin Green changed that, proving you can both look good and feel comfortable while hitting the little white ball.For example, their Multi-Layer concept line features state-of-the-art technology which allows the golfer to stay dry, yet does not trap uncomfortable heat and moisture. It’s nice to feel protected yet be able to have the skin breathe.The men’s and women’s collections include shirts, trousers and shorts, jackets, sweaters and even underwear for the guys. There are selections for juniors and also a long list of quality accessories including hats, gloves and an even umbrella for the die hard, stuck in the bunker on a rainy day.Is wearing the proper golf clothing an important part of the game? The average golfer spends immense amounts of time researching the best clubs, shoes and body mechanics. But if you have to take a mulligan when it comes to looks and comfort on the course, you may be compromising your performance. Your mind is already filled with hundreds of tips about stance, swing and where your nose should be pointed when you stroke the ball. When you know you look and feel your best in the Galvin Green line of clothing and accessories, that is one less thing you have to think about.Galvin Green has a slogan…”We Never Compromise”. If you feel that way about your game, why settle for anything less?