Isn't it great to see not only players, but fans, bringing attention to the "Pink Out" and raising breast cancer awareness? Thumbs up to everyone!
Continuing the theme, we have the offices of Stenson, Watson and Furyk. Think pink, and let's not stop on Mother's Day. Feel free to wear it all year long!
Has Rickie's game gotten so erratic that his fans have taken to wearing hard hats?
Speaking of Rickie, it's clear that Keegan has had an influence on his intensity. And we like the outfit. It's colorful, it's fun and it says spring times two. There's no missing the Puma logo on that hat!
Even though Ryo makes it look easy, pulling off two different patterns is not recommended. And he has all of the details down perfectly. I bet his underwear even coordinates.
No, Rory McIlroy is not pregnant. While the photo might make it look like an optical illusion, this is actually a great engineered striped shirt. It's bold, youthful, athletic and perfect on Rory. Let's hope it becomes a trend.
Hey, check out that hat. The summer straws are here in full force and they're looking pretty great.
This is an uncharacteristically serious look from Webb Simpson. It's not stopping him from looking great in that signature red, white and blue color palette.
Matsuyama gives us another solid pink option with a great block pattern.
Here's a great example of wearing tartans beautifully. It's important to note that his shirt is not competing with the pattern of his trousers. Of course, my instructor friends would like to see his chin up ever so slightly. Pretty good body turn, though.
If Ryan Moore plans on wearing UNLV red every week just like Rickie wears Oklahoma State orange, I plan on seeing a lot of red this summer.
I'm loving this, Nate! Touch 'em all, you've hit a home run with these Nike Swingtips. They're cool, both on and off the course. Well done!
The Knicks star is sporting a pretty solid look. We love the shirt, and we'll give him a hall pass on the white belt since he's in great shape. Pretty stylish for a guy who's just a spectator.
We tip our caps to Vesti Ascendi for reminding us of the rich traditions apparel from years past. We think it's a great concept. They just need to get a serious golfer to help edit their visuals -- at least, to let them know they're carrying the golf bag backwards.