To help you look your best, we’ve compiled our list of the best golf trousers 2018. Give it a read and you'll have no excuse for buying a standard pair of chinos

Best Golf Trousers 2018

Take a look at some of the Best Golf Trousers 2018 has to offer below.

It might be tempting to pop into your local shopping centre and grab a pair of cheap chinos for the season, but your local golf store or pro shop should really be your first port of call.

A good pair of slacks won’t save you shots, but they do have their subtle advantages, from comfort to flexibility. What’s more, golf brands dedicate their resources to designing practical golf touches, so you get nice detail that you don’t find with a generic high street trousers.

Below are some of our favourites. With some of the products you’ll see a ‘Buy Now’ link. If you click on this then we may receive a small amount of money from the retailer when you purchase the item, but this doesn’t affect the amount you pay.

Best Golf Trousers 2018

PUMA Golf Heather 6 Pocket Trousers

PUMA Golf Heather 6 Pocket Trousers, Best Golf Trousers 2018

Constructed with a mechanical stretch and stretch waistband, these PUMA trousers give you an increased range of motion during the swing. The six-pocket design gives you plenty of space for all of those accessories you tend to carry.

BOSS Hakan 9-1 Daphne Blue Trousers

A slim fit with water repellent fabric, these have an athletic fit which brings out the best silhouette in all golfers.

J.Lindeberg Ellott Micro Stretch Trousers

J.Lindeberg Ellott Micro Stretch Trousers, Best Golf Trousers 2018

If you’re a fan of a tighter fit, then these trousers are definitely the ones for you. They are stretchy and extremely lightweight, but also water repellent.

Nike Flex Golf Trousers

Made from Nike Flex fabric, these trousers move with your body to allow for unrestricted movement throughout the swing. The elasticated waistband also allows for these to fit all manner of shapes and sizes.

Stromberg Sintra 2.0 Summer Tech Trousers

Stromberg Sintra 2.0 Summer Tech Trousers, Best Golf Trousers 2018

The Stromberg Sintra 2.0 Summer Tech trousers are designed for the summer months with moisture wicking fabric technology. The reduced ‘noise’ and aesthetics have also been upgraded.

PING Bradley Slim Trousers

These trousers are no nonsense in terms of their design and are made of a fast drying fabric in case you get caught out in the rain.

G/FORE Straight Leg Trousers

These G/FORE trousers are lightweight, extremely soft and have a great casual look so could be used off the course too.

Inesis Men’s Wild Weather Golf Trousers

Available in five colours, these cheap and functional chinos look and feel great on and off the golf course.

adidas Adipure Trousers 

adidas Adipure Trousers, Best Golf Trousers 2018

The Adipure trousers have been cut for a relaxed fit. You can’t go wrong with this style, one that might be considered safe, yet they’re smart and functional and will match well with pretty much anything you choose for the top half.

Oakley Golf 2018 Take Pro Trousers

Oakley Golf 2018 Take Pro Trousers, Best Golf Trousers 2018

Be brave and take on the glowing white or go dark with black or navy (Fathom). The 4-way stretch ensures a comfortable fit, as does the regular cut. The deep pockets are handy for tees and scorecards.

Under Armour Showdown Tapered Chino Trousers 

Under Armour Showdown Tapered Chino Trousers, Best Golf Trousers 2018

There’s a lot to like about this tapered leg fit design. As well as the 4-way stretch construction for freedom of movement, these trousers feature deep, ultra-soft knit pocketbags with an internal pocket phone.

FootJoy WRT Xtreme Trousers

FootJoy WRT Xtreme Trousers, Best Golf Trousers 2018

As well as the stretch performance fabric, these trousers have an easy care system to avoid wrinkling and shrinkage, so you’ll benefit from last lasting performance.

Polo Golf Ralph Lauren Performance Chino Blackwatch Trousers

The premium brand of Ralph Lauren have made these smart and fashionable trousers for you to strut your stuff out on the course.

Keep an eye on the Golf Monthly website for new ranges hitting the shelves soon.