Our Golf-Themed Costume Suggestions\nIt's time to bring your A-game to this year's Halloween party.\nConcept: Former golfer.\nEssential costume elements: Red shirt, Nike hat, back brace.\nExtra mile: RSVP to your friend’s Halloween party at the last minute, then don’t show up.\nConcept: Everyone's favorite caddie appeals to kids, grown-ups, and most importantly, Lacy Underall.\nEssential costume elements: Bushwood CC hat and ratty caddie shirt.\nGo the extra mile: Grow your hair out to create late-70s winged look.\nConcept: A man who knows the world is his oyster.\nEssential costume elements: Glass of wine, blazer, well-coiffed hair.\nExtra mile: When trick-or-treaters arrive, turn on the Masters theme music and poetically narrate the origins of Halloween.\nConcept: Golf-loving leader of the free world, always looking to sneak in a quick 18 between global emergencies.\nEssential costume elements: Lefty clubs, cargo shorts, Secret Service detail shadowing your every move.\nExtra mile: Assemble a group of outraged Republican protesters to stand nearby with pickets.\nConcept: A person who walks around with an undeserved sense of power.\nEssential costume elements: Button-down shirt, sunglasses, radio/ear piece.\nExtra mile: Point out mistakes in others’ costumes, call out party fouls, generally ruin the festive atmosphere.\nConcept: Irreverent hockey player-turned-golfer.\nEssential costume elements: Boston Bruins jersey, hockey stick-style putter.\nExtra mile: Carry around a cardboard cutout of Bob Barker.\nConcept: An oblivious drunken knucklehead.\nEssential costume elements: American flag, USA-themed hat and shirt, two drinks in hand.\nExtra mile: Scream expletives and unfunny comments at trick-or-treaters.\nConcept: Long-hitting everyman. No need to shave.\nEssential costume element: Loudmouth pants. Can of Diet Coke.\nExtra mile: Recreate 1991 Daly by growing out mustache and mullet.\nConcept: Fun-loving bloke who can't believe his good fortune.\nEssential costume elements: A beard (real or fake), pillow under shirt, Arby’s bag, beer.\nExtra mile: Punctuate every successful trick-or-treat stop by joisting your candy bag in the air.\nConcept: Perennial runner-up golfer with home-grown looping swing.\nEssential costume elements: Perpetual look of exasperation, 5-Hour Energy logos.\nExtra mile: Overflowing pockets from string of top-10 finishes, empty hands thanks to no trophies.\nConcept: Role of stuffy club president allows you luxury of being a jerk to everyone at party.\nEssential costume element: Trusty Billy Baroo putter.\nExtra mile: At mid-party, change from golf clothes into yachting attire to christen "The Flying Wasp."\nConcept: Brash, stylish Englishman.\nEssential costume element: Tartan pants and custom Poulter visor wig (see inset).\nExtra mile: Flash a manic "I just made a big putt in the Ryder Cup" expression to scare little kids.\nConcept: Tough guy caddie.\nEssential costume elements: Caddie bib. Golf bag. Perpetual scowl.\nExtra mile: Forcibly separate party-goers from cameras and smartphones.\nConcept: Steely legend.\nEssential costume elements: Cardigan sweater. Hogan-style hat. Technically-perfect golf swing.\nExtra mile: Severely-blistered fingers.\nConcept: Storied golfer, clubmaker, architect, teacher.\nEssential costume elements: Bushy white beard. Mashie.\nExtra mile: Get a buddy to play "Young Tom Morris."