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Featuring our Croc Daniel Berger, the U.S. former Presidents and more...

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The Presidents Cup is a team match play competition featuring 24 of the world’s top golfers – 12 from the United States and 12 from around the world, excluding Europe. The tournament is held every two years, and since 1996 has alternated between United States and international venues. It's the first time in Presidents Cup history that one brand has had provided apparel for both the U.S. and International teams. Lacoste worked closely with the 2 captains Steve Stricker and Nick Price to create their respective team uniforms. All of the pieces in the collection are embroidered with the iconic gold Presidents Cup trophy and the corresponding team flag.

United States

The U.S. Team’s collection draws inspiration from the American flag and features a patriotic red, white and navy blue color palette.


Blue and gold are the prominent colors for the International Team’s apparel, mirroring their Presidents Cup team flag.

Presidents Cup Fan Collection

Choose your team and shop the U.S. and international uniform-inspired collection of polos, caps and more. Each piece of the collection displays the Presidents Cup logo.

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Presidents Cup Polos

The polos feature stretch and wicking technical details to ensure full comfort for all players.
All of the collection’s polos are embroidered with the iconic gold Presidents Cup trophy.

Lacoste Ambassador Daniel Berger

Our Croc played his first Presidents Cup tournament at Liberty National Golf Club.

Daniel Berger

Ranked 22nd by the Official World Golf Ranking, Daniel Berger has an impressive record for someone so young. The 24-year-old crocodile, a professional since 2013, already won 2 PGA titles and is among the most promising players of the season.

Golf Heritage

This year LACOSTE is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Catherine Lacoste’s win at the U.S. Women's Open.

While LACOSTE was founded by tennis legend René Lacoste in 1933, the company also has a rich golf history. Both René Lacoste’s wife, Simone Thion de la Chaume and daughter, Catherine Lacoste, were champion golfers. Catherine Lacoste was the first amateur to win the U.S. Open in 1967. After this historic win, the American press nicknamed her “The Crocodile Kid,” a nod to her father’s famous nickname. Chantaco, the LACOSTE family golf course, remains one of the most recognized clubs in France.

Golf Collection

For him

The Lacoste Golf Collection

For her

The Lacoste Golf Collection