Looking to update your winter wardrobe? Nicola Slater has put the Puma Cloudspun Women's Golf Hoodie to the test...

Puma have expanded its apparel range for Autumn Winter 2022. The Cloudspun Golf Hoodie is one of their latest autumn-winter pieces. So how does it perform?

Puma Cloudspun Women’s Golf Hoodie review: NCG summary

Puma Cloudspun Women's Golf Hoodie review

If you’re looking for a comfortable, stylish, and versatile golfing hoodie, look no further. This is a great addition to your wardrobe for both on and off of the course this winter.


  • Very soft
  • Stylish
  • Quality material


  • Cropped length won’t be for everyone

First impressions

Golf hoodies remain a very controversial topic amongst some golfers, and for women aren’t so readily available. For this reason, I have never owned one, but I was excited to see what all the hype was about.

Unpackaging it, it seemed very casual in comparison to normal golf apparel. The design of the hoodie also sat slightly cropped, which wouldn’t be something I’d typically go for, especially as a winter piece.

Puma Cloudspun Women's Golf Hoodie review

Like most of Puma’s Autumn/Winter collection, the hoodie has moisture-wicking fabric, which, combined with the Cloudspun material offers a soft and stretchy texture. Puma has also used recycled fibres to help reduce its environmental impact, which is great.

On course testing

As a UK size 12 in tops, I wore this hoodie in a medium. At 5ft 8, this came up a little cropped. It doesn’t specify this as a cropped hoodie, but it was certainly shorter than standard. I felt that it fit very nicely, with a great sleeve length, and added thumb holes in the cuffs.

I found this hoodie really nice to play and practice in. There was a good amount of elasticity in the fabric made it easy to move in. The material isn’t too thick but is fairly heavy to hold. Alone it doesn’t offer a great amount of warmth; however, it did work well with a base layer and polo underneath. The neckline can also be adjusted with the drawstrings to keep the warmth in.

The two front pockets sit quite high, meaning they’re not great for putting your hands in and with no fastening, they’re not the most ideal for storage.

The 19th hole

For me, this is one of the most versatile golf garments out there. From unpackaging, I wasn’t sure if it would get much wear but I have reached for this so many times. Being a hoodie, it is very casual and can be worn in so many other settings. I really enjoyed that I could wear this on the course and then casually to the gym or shop, making it great value for money too!

Puma Cloudspun Women's Golf Hoodie review

Puma Cloudspun Women’s Golf Hoodie review: The details

Fit: True to size
Comfort: 9/10
Value for Money: 8.5/10
Sizes: XS-XXL (UK)
Colour options: Black Heather, Navy Blazer Heather

Available: Now
RRP: £65
More info: Puma website

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Nicola Slater

Nicola recently graduated from Stirling University where she studied Sports Studies, she wrote her dissertation on barriers to participation for women in golf. Nicola plays her golf at Hickleton and Woodsome Hall Golf clubs, she currently plays off +2. She plays for Yorkshire Ladies and has represented England at junior and senior level.

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