Win Curo Golf Clothing worth more than £400!

Two lucky golfers will win new wardrobes from British premium clothing brand Curo Golf.

Launching a premium golf clothing brand had been on Sam Bailey’s mind ever since taking up the game at 11, and during the pandemic, he finally took the plunge and created Curo Golf.

We've got Curo Golf clothing to give away to two winners!

Over the last 13 months his start-up has been a labor of love, and with his sensitively- sourced products now available on the Curo website, we’ve teamed up to give two TG readers the chance to win a mid-layer,
two polo shirts, a beanie hat and a tour towel – a package worth £206 each. 

Curo means ‘to care’ in Latin, so looking after our planet and the brand’s workers is front and center of the company’s philosophy. 

We've got Curo Golf clothing to give away to two winners!

Sustainability is also hugely important to the brand, so Curo use recycled polyester and natural wool to create a range of super soft, comfortable yet durable golf wear – each product is built to look great and last.

“Each Curo clothing article is thoughtfully crafted using a variety of materials, including recycled polymers and wool,” explains Bailey. “We carefully select these fabrics to strike a balance between durability and comfort, ensuring that our apparel stands the test of time. 

We've got Curo Golf clothing to give away to two winners!

“By creating premium products that last longer than fast fashion, we aim to combat the disposable culture and reduce waste, providing more value to our customers at affordable prices.”

Find out more about Curo’s dedication to quality, value for money and sustainability at and follow the brand on Instagram at

To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, simply fill in the form below and hit enter. And make sure you enter our draw to win £500 of Lyle & Scott golf clothing.

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Simon Daddow

Simon Daddow – Today’s Golfer Equipment Editor

Having tested and played more than 10,000 clubs in his life, what Simon doesn’t know about golf clubs isn’t worth knowing.

He’s a specialist in all things metal having spent a large part of his career as a golf club maker and product development manager, and has worked in the golf industry for more than 30 years.

He joined EMAP Active (now Bauer Media) as Equipment Editor in 2006 and has made the most reliable source for golf club testing.

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