Stitch Golf Review: Function, Style & Detail
Throughout the past decade, more and more independent golf companies have been formed. In my experience, I’ve seen smaller companies put a lot more attention, detail, and quality into their products versus some of the larger brands that most golfers are familiar with. One company that has become a leader in the indie golf scene is Stitch Golf.
They started as a headcover company, but have quickly grown to offer a significant breadth of products that now include golf bags, luggage, apparel, and plenty of other accessories. I got a chance to try out some of their products, and they are one of the best options for golfers who are willing to invest more in premium products.
Stitch initially got its prominence as a headcover company. Several years ago, I bought these knit headcovers for my bag, and love them.
Their brand is built on their attention to detail and quality of materials used, and it’s evident when you see and feel these headcovers in person.
If knits aren’t your thing, they’ve got a pretty extensive selection of leather headcovers as well. There are tons of options now when you’re looking to add some flavor and personality to your golf bag, but Stitch remains one of the best choices if you’re looking for classic designs with premium materials.
While I didn’t get a chance to try out their newer golf bags, I have seen a ton of SL1 (which made our list of lightweight golf bags) and Sl2 bags when I’m out playing lately, and they offer the same classic style.
If you are someone who likes to invest in your luggage, Stitch has built an impressive line of travel bags that are well thought out and stylish.
While I’m not someone who generally travels too much, backpacks have always been essential to me because of their versatility in everyday life. The Stitch Traveler is pretty impressive.
Whether you are using it for your work commute or a weekend getaway, this backpack can handle either scenario. It’s large, comfortable, and features a 2-in-1 design. You can load your laptop and items as you would like any other backpack. Or, you have the option to unzip the entire length of the bag like a duffle bag and throw in some of your golf clothing if you’re planning on playing after your workday is finished.
Every little detail is well thought out in the Stitch Traveler, which makes it an excellent choice for someone who wants something extra in a backpack.
Stitch also has garment bags, duffle bags, and other accessories in their travel section.
Last but not least, Stitch is also a golf apparel company.
I’ve been wearing their Speedster Pullover, which is very lightweight and easy to swing in – perfect for a slight chill on the course.
Also, I tried one of their polos out, which was equally comfortable, and I liked the subtle pattern.
Overall, I think they did an excellent job on the apparel side. However, I think their prices are a bit steep, even compared to other premium brands I’ve tried. If materials are vital to you, I’d say other brands like Redvanly or Rhoback offer better performance fabrics at a slightly lower cost, with similar designs.
They’ve Got the Premium Market Covered
You won’t buy anything from Stitch if you are budget-conscious. But if you are looking for the best materials, classic designs, and intuitive features, I can see why the company has become so popular.
They’ve put a lot of thought and detail into every product, and it certainly lives up to the company name, which promises “precise attention to detail, all the way down to the last stitch.”