Golf Apparel Review: Antigua Men’s Quiet Golf Polo

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, July 29th, 2013
Categories: Golf ApparelGolf GearReviews
Antigua Quiet Golf Polo

Quietly sitting in my Antigua Quiet polo… click to zoom

While in St. Andrews and then Cabo San Lucas, Mexico this month I was happy to be sporting some new threads.  On the top was the very cool Antigua Men’s Quiet Polo and on the bottom the mega-comfy Santa Fe Golf Shorts.

Men’s Quiet Overview

The Men’s “Quiet” (not sure how they came up with that name) is a 100% polyester polo.  I really dig polys.  They’re easy to wash, resist wrinkles and don’t need ironing if cared for properly.  I’d rather spend my time on the golf course rather than ironing.

The Quiet polo employs “Desert Dry” moisture management.  This technology “wicks” moisture away from the skin and helps it evaporate away from the body.  In other words, the shirt helps keep you dry.


The Quiet is available in five colors: White/Black/Silver (pictured), White/Margarita/Silver, White/Melon/Silver and White/Phlox/Silver.  Sizes range from medium to 2X-Large.

Golfing with a completely white background! Must be a snowstorm… At least he’s comfortable.

On The Course

In St. Andrews it was a bit chilly at times, requiring a light jacket or sweater. When the sun would come out, it warmed up enough be able to play in just the polo.  In either situation the polo was very comfortable and didn’t bind or pull during the golf swing.  In the much warmer Cabo conditions in Mexico last week, I enjoyed the moisture wicking, which helped keep me dry.  I just wish the shirt covered my hands, which were very sweaty.

Santa Fe Shorts

The Quiet polo is a fantastic match with Antigua’s Santa Fe shorts.


The $65 (retail) Antigua Men’s Quiet is not quiet in terms of style and comfort.

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