The 10 Best Golf Towels

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This wiki has been updated 22 times since it was first published in November of 2017. Keeping your clubs and balls dry and clean will increase their longevity and improve your consistency, but doing so while you're on the course can be tricky. With a quality golf towel, it's easy to maintain your equipment on the go. Plus you can use it to soak up moisture from your hands on a rainy day or wipe away sweat when it's hot. No bag is complete without one of these hanging from it. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Frogger Amphibian

2. Mile High Life Pack

3. Club Glove Caddy

Editor's Notes

October 13, 2019:

Removed the Simplicity Tri-Fold because of quality issues (fraying edges, grommet separating from towel, etc.) and the Under Armour Golf Towel due to availability concerns. Replaced them with the Mile High Life Pack (a nice, thick towel that comes with a brush that's helpful for cleaning both clubs and shoes) and the Team Golf NFL (which makes a good gift for a fan of any NFL team).

These towels come in different sizes, so make sure to check the dimensions before you buy. Smaller models are easier to carry around, but options with more surface area can more effectively clean your clubs and balls. There's also some variety in shape. While most are the typical tri-fold style, the Spotless Swing Premium has a hooded shape that fits nicely over the head of a club.

Most options come with a clip, so you can hook them up to your golf bag and easy bring them along from hole to hole. These vary from heavy-duty carabiners to lightweight plastic clips.

4. Greens Towel Microfiber Three-Pack

5. Spotless Swing Premium

6. Callaway Uptown

7. Clothlete Greenside

8. Team Golf NFL

9. Giggle Golf

10. JP Lann USA Flag

Sheila O'Neill
Last updated by Sheila O'Neill

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