Luke and the bold and modern RLX are a great match.
All white, all Dunning, all good!
A solid guy wearing the right size of Under Armour always looks good.
G-Mac in the pink!
See? At the Masters
, Rickie proved he can look good in something other than all orange.
Classic patterns always look good on classy players. Perfect match.
If you look up "putting it together," IJP in IJP Designs is what you will see. Like this outfit he wore at the Masters
; nice use of yellow to add a bit of pop.
If you are starting to get the feeling that we are selecting players that put it all together, you are 100% correct. And no one, repeat, no one covers the details better than Ryo.
I dare you to find a bad image of Adam Scott. It's certainly not this one from the PGA Championship
. He is singlehandedly keeping Acquascutum Golf in the game.
It's one thing to pack many layers, but at a certain point you'll get so bundled up you can't swing.
Speaking of class acts; Ralph Lauren has a great one in our U.S. Open champion
We repeat the "Rule of 36": If your waist is bigger then 36 inches or you're older than 36, then try to stay away from white belts. And by the way, when paired with darker colors they call attention to...
Big men and horizontal stripes are not a good match
Pay attention to the fit of your trousers, these are more than a bit big.
Wow. I thought this shirt looked like the test pattern on my TV when Joost wore it at the British Open
It's so off the charts, it's actually starting to look like the perfect match: Daly and Loudmouth. And this was at a major
And from behind.
Take nothing away from his Australian PGA Championship victory, as it was pretty cool to see him win, but if you are this big keep everything in the same color/tone so as to avoid contrast.
For some reason (age) I cannot get adjusted to short over long. I know it works (see Stricker), but it just looks odd.
See Peter Senior.
Tommy needs to spend a bit more time in wardrobe. He looks like the Maytag repairman.