Ping women’s 2024 apparel range is perfect for players who want to mix and match

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By James Tait Published: 5 March 2024 | Updated: 7 March 2024
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The women's apparel range from Ping for 2024 is here.

Who is it for?

Golfers looking for colours and patterns with the ability to create multiple outfit combinations.

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PROS

  • Three collections to choose from which can be mixed and matched to create an outfit
  • Floral design in tops and skirts
  • Four way stretch in trousers and shorts for added comfort

CONS

  • Floral design might be too much for some golfers

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Ping women’s apparel 2024 review

Ping’s 2024 spring and summer women’s apparel is a performance-driven collection, which offers a variety of prints, colours, and styling to suit every golfer. Ping will be supporting professional women’s golf on the world’s largest stage at the Solheim Cup, while the new season range provides a variety of styles that inspire confidence in all female players. 

First Look

The new spring and summer collection is made up of three individual colour and print designs. This makes up the new women’s range with versatility and outfit combinations available within each, to create a variety of clothing options. 

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The Tech

Here’s what Ping has to say about the latest addition to their women’s wardrobe for 2024.

With three collections we begin with the Aruba Geo collection which features a classic mid-scale geometric pattern. Designs which deliver a perfect high summer look in stylish print-driven pieces or opt for a sportier look with solid colours and sleek border striped detailing, all in a fresh colour combination of Aruba Blue and White. 

The Collage collection is the largest of the print stories and mixes a pretty feminine floral pattern to create a collage-style statement print. With this vintage inspired pattern, you can mix and match floral designs with navy or white geometric prints for a statement look, or with solid colours for a classic outfit. 

The third print story, Jagged Diamonds, brings a playful take on the traditional argyle pattern. Combining key shades of Pink Blossom and Coronet Blue on a dark navy base allows this colour story to coordinate with a variety of colour options. Also within this collection are styles featuring sporty striped details which offers an extensive range of choice for all preferences and generations of golfers. 

A notable addition to the collection comes courtesy of the second generation of the Verity trouser and short, which provides enhanced comfort and performance. Constructed in an incredibly soft, four-way stretch knitted fabric that provides the comforts of a legging with the formality of a trouser or short for a true on-course look. 

Building on the success and continued popularity of golf dresses, Ping’s new sleeveless performance dress, the Ellen, brings an air of elegance to the collection, with flattering side panels and a feminine mandarin style collar – providing a sophisticated and charming on-course look. 

The bunkered Verdict

If you want to add colour, fun patterns and mix and match to make a variety of outfit combinations, then Ping’s spring and summer collection will be up your street.

There are lots of outfits to be made and can be coupled up perfectly with accessories on offer. It looks clean, smart, and all three collections will add that pop of colour and style you need in your wardrobe this summer. 

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Click here for my full Ping Blueprint irons review

 


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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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