Looking for a new waterproof jacket? These are at the top of our list for 2019
As the weather turns more unpredictable, we'd happily put any of these waterproof jackets into our bags
1. Galvin Green Andres - £290
We're big fans of Galvin Green's Gore-Tex Paclite performance for golf. Andres is great as it's very, very light, it allows you to layer up without overheating, it's packable into the smallest golf bag and doesn't look like a wrinkled bag when you get it out.
2. adidas Climaproof - £129.95
adidas don't actually say the Climaproof is guaranteed waterproof, but it does have a seam-sealed construction like other waterproof jackets. For us the mesh lining (which is warmer) makes it a multi-purpose jacket.
3. Sunderland Quebec - £130
Sunderland can trace their history all the way back to 1911, so it's no wonder they're happy to back their waterproof expertise up with a lifetime guarantee. The Quebec's fleece-lined pockets are a godsend in chilly conditions.
4. Callaway StormGuard - £129
Worn by Callaway's staff players on tour the StormGuard is an excellent blend of breathability, waterproofness and all with a very reasonable price tag. Comes with a three-year waterproof guarantee.
5. FootJoy Hydroknit - £180
FootJoy says the Hydroknit is a waterproof pullover, which will be a new concept for most. It's an ideal choice for golfers who don't like wearing "traditional"waterproof jackets.
6. Galvin Green Archie - £460
Galvin's ultimate waterproof jacket. A stretch Gore-Tex material and C-knit backer offer both comfort and performance. A serious piece of performance apparel for serious golfers.
7. Galvin Green Ashton - £290
The only waterproof jacket you can shake dry... literally. The Ashton is the lightest waterproof golf garment we've ever come across, and it rolls up into the tiniest of packages. It barely feels like you're wearing it.
8. Mizuno Nexlite - £115
The Nexlite's sleeves can be removed, making it a good option for golfers who don't like that feeling of jacket cuffs around their wrists while they swing. A high performance jacket, with sound two-year guarantee.
9. Peter Millar Albatross - £250
The Albatross' four-way stretch material is not only unrestrictive, it's really soft and quiet when you're wearing it. A lovely dress jacket for away from the course, too, that doesn't scream "golf".
10. Ping Anders II - £100
Most golfers spend less than 5% of their time on a golf course wearing a waterproof jacket, so a decent value option can be a sound investment. And at £100, the Anders II offers excellent value. Subtle Ping branding.
11. Under Armour Storm Gore-Tex Paclite £200
A fuller cut means the Under Armour is great for golfers who either like to layer up in the cold with a jumper or those that don't have a trim athletic build. So that's most of us!