Ten points for any tour player that wants to step out of what we currently expect as normal. I love that Freddie gave these knickers a try and happen to think they look pretty elegant.
On the nice guy leader board, Duke's name always appears. And while he had to sweat out the finish in his Tommy Bahama shirt, it was well-earned and well-deserved.
You know, he doesn't look that big on TV, but when you stand in front of him he makes a heck of an impact -- even in salmon-colored pants. Good thing I don't have to tackle him!
DeLaet carrying the flag for Calgary -- and doing the city proud.
Well, at least we can say that John's consistent about his pants. Could you pull off Loudmouth?
Merrick sporting John Ashworth's new Linksoul line. Nothing more casual, comfortable and classic than John Ashworth designs.
If you look up "gentleman" in the dictionary, you'll see a picture of Harris English. It helps that Peter Millar and Omega are supplying him with some classic timepieces and clothing.
While we normally expect to see Hoffman in some element of Oklahoma State orange, he looks pretty stylish in RLX. And aren't those FootJoys great?
Speaking of orange, here's Dufner with the volume turned up to nine. Keep it there!
"I hate Lee Westwood, because he looks great in everything. And he also can play!"
Mark this name down, because this kid in Polo Golf can not only play with style, but dress with it too. I don't know what they're doing in Tuscaloosa, but the University of Alabama keeps churning out outstanding young men. (Bud Cauley, Cory Whitsett, Drew Love and Thomas to name just a few).
Lee looked great all week in BOSS Green.
"Two gloves" looking very sharp! And the white belt is justified because he's wearing white pants.
I'm going to start a new column each week featuring tour players' kids, who also seem to dress with great flair. This week, it's Freddie's son Max looking like a million bucks!