NOBULL Lightweight Textured Polo Review

Training apparel brand NOBULL continue to expand its golf range and Monty McPhee reviews its latest golf polo shirt

NOBULL Lightweight Textured Polo Review
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Golf Monthly Verdict

NOBULL has produced a high quality, comfortable golf shirt that many golfers will enjoy. The feel of the polo is excellent and whilst the camo design will divide opinion, it has a subtlety to it which makes it very versatile indeed.

Reasons to buy
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    Extremely comfortable

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    Smart look, suitable for on and off the course

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    Top quality performance fabric

Reasons to avoid
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    Camo style may not be for everyone

NOBULL Lightweight Textured Polo Review

For those readers that have never heard of NOBULL before, it is a brand best known for its affiliation with the CrossFit Games. It believes in ‘No Excuses’ ‘No Limitations’ and most importantly ‘No Bull****’ - hence the brand's name NOBULL. The company was founded in 2015 by Marcus Wilson and Michael Schaeffer and it has been expanding ever since into other sports. 

Over the past few years they have ventured into running, swimming, NFL and of course, golf. The company has been branded as the official training partners of the PGA Tour, cementing its place in the world of golf. 

Monty performing a chip shot in the NOBULL lightweight textured Polo

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Which leads us to NOBULL's current range of apparel and the lightweight textured polo. For most golfers the most standard part of golf apparel is the polo shirt and in this design NOBULL currently offers it in five different colors: Dusty Rose, Coastal Blue, Bright White, Black Camo and Slate Camo. 

Performance wise there is an athletic feel to the polo shirt with anti-chafe seams and a lightweight breathable design, which offers an unparalleled amount of comfort. It is great for when you are playing well and you’re not getting distracted by an itchy label or poorly hemmed seams. No Excuses - just like the brand says. These are also features which aid comfort when putting a golf top or hoodie over the top of it as well. 


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I wear a UK size large. This can be hit and miss between brands with some polos fitting better than others. The NOBULL polo shirt fits incredibly well, I feel comfortable in the shirt as it is not too tight nor is it too baggy. They have found a perfect middle ground that I believe most golfers would find comfortable. 

Horns logo on the back of the polo shirt

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Is it just for golf? Absolutely not. The polo is highly versatile and despite its golf polo appearance I have been able to wear it throughout the day due to its lightweight feel. The subtle camo design is also a nice touch; it separates NOBULL’s polo to any other white shirt. 

Monty wearing the white textured lightweight polo

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A reflective NOBULL badge sits on the front left chest. The reflective logo is a great touch, something a little different and looks great in the sunshine. The reflective logo also appears on the back at the base of the neck using NOBULL’s signature horns which is seen as the ‘U’ in NOBULL.

For more golf apparel, why not check out our guides on the best golf midlayers or best golf pants.

Monty McPhee

Monty is an upcoming golf journalist having completed his Multimedia Journalism degree at Bournemouth University; where he was also apart of the University’s well renowned golf team. He has had a passion for golf ever since he picked up a club at 12 years old and this love for the sport only grew stronger over time as his game developed and he pursued golf through different avenues. His game took him over to the United States on a golf scholarship and has had him travelling the UK to take part in competitions like the Nick Faldo series and general club scratch matches. Monty worked on ‘The Open’ radio team when it was hosted at Royal St George’s getting to walk inside the ropes with some of the top players like Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy and of course that year's winner - Collin Morikawa. Monty has been lucky enough to have three holes-in-one in his short golfing career and he looks to continue growing that number. Monty believes the ability to continue playing golf well lies in his dedication to keeping fit through his other passion, which is CrossFit.

What’s in the bag:

Driver: Srixon Z 765

3 wood: Taylormade AreoBurner

2 iron: Srixon Z U65

Irons: Srixon Z765

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM6 (50°,54°,58°)

Putter: Odyssey White Hot Nano 7

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