British Open Style Recap

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British Open Style Recap

July 20, 2014

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Rory McIlroy

This is a perfect example of how the careful use of a little bit of color can go a long, long way. If Tiger is going to use red, Nike should continue to dress Rory with a touch of pink. It should also be noted he was also wearing gray socks. I think that's brilliant!Nike Golf

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Rickie Fowler

Fowler's looking great, with or without the orange. Another example of a little bit of color going a long way, and it looks to me like he's bringing a bit of maturity to his signature Puma look.PUMA Golf

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Sergio Garcia

Seems like only yesterday that Sergio was wearing all yellow on Sunday at Hoylake in '06. This outfit, with the subtle touch of teal detailing in his shirt adds a bit of dash. The white belt cuts Sergio in half.adidas Golf

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Dustin Johnson

And here's a perfect of example of why matching your belt to your trousers serves to create a clean vertical look and helps you to look taller.adidas Golf

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Tiger Woods

Continuing with the white belt theme, Tiger gets away with it by pairing his with this interestingly-printed, mostly white shirt, so the belt almost disappears.Nike Golf

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Billy Horschel

Leave it to RLX and Billy Horschel to get on the wild side and have some fun with these snake print trousers.RLX Ralph Lauren Golf

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Charl Schwartzel

While it might be a bit of a departure for Charl to wear this interesting print, it takes his style to a new level, and that's all good.Nike Golf

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John Daly

I don't know where to start on this one, but I do know that I'm smiling at the end.Loudmouth Golf

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Jason Dufner

It's probably the Fowler influence that's gotten everyone to cut their hair, but we think it wears well on Jason Dufner. And that touch of lime green adds just enough pop to the equation.PGA Tour Apparel

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Graham DeLaet

Puma's handing out fun clothes to all of their players. Also note how the gray belt disappears when paired with the gray slacks.PUMA Golf

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Ryo Ishikawa

It's getting tiresome having to keep complimenting this guy, but Ryo has as much, if not more, style as any other player on tour. Hands down.Callaway Apparel

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Ian Poulter

Poulter's combination of the Prince of Wales pattern with this dark shirt and black belt look very synchronized — even down to the color of his shoes.IJP Designs

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Keegan Bradley

Speaking of shoes, Keegan's straightforward, feel-good look is certainly emphasized by those Air Jordans. Let's hope that they consider releasing these just so more people can join in on the fun, because I'm pretty convinced that with shorts, these shoes are going to look even better.Tommy Hilfiger Golf

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Brooks Koepka

Brooks is getting a birdie for sporting these FootJoy saddles. Also love the the wide, blue stripes on his shirt; looks great both in person and on TV.FootJoy

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Hideki Matsuyama

What a great graphic print. This is a modern look that Srixon has wisely begun marketing with Hideki. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to try and buy it online.Srixon Apparel

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Victor Dubuisson

Is he wearing Ian Poulter's hair circa-2008? Another example of a bit of color adding some serious dimension.J. Lindeberg

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Henrik Stenson

Then again, a lot of color also goes a long way.BOSS Green

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Luke Donald

Is it me or is Luke starting to look like Michael Bolton? By the way, that striped shirt is a nice, fresh look.RLX Ralph Lauren Golf

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Martin Kaymer

Maybe the most athletic match between a player and his clothing, Kaymer's Boss Green clothing is perfectly suited to him.BOSS Green

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Matteo Manassero

Orange is the new red.RLX Golf Ralph Lauren

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Paul Casey

Ditto.

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Kevin Na

Kevin Na's choice of five-pocket trousers is right on trend. Now if we could just convince him not to match his shoe, belt, and hat.

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Jim Furyk & Darren Clarke

While they might be a little bit older, there's no question that both Furyk and Clarke are looking to be in great shape. Furyk's striped Dunning shirt has just the right amount of pop and Clarke's all-black Antigua rig is quite bold. And Darren, we love the graying beard -- looking more like Sean Connery every day.Dunning GolfAntigua Golf

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J.B. Holmes

J.B. Holmes proves you can wear all white and look great. It just takes a touch of blue and a black glove to make it stand out.

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Graeme McDowell

This is a great shirt, but unless you get up really close, you're going to miss the intricate pattern.G-Mac by Kartel

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Chris Kirk

Notice how the small pattern and bold colors make Chris Kirk's stripes pop more than most players'. Subtle, but impactful.Travis Mathew Golf

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Billy Hurley III

I like everything here, just not all at the same time. The blue shirt seems out of sync with the brown trousers.

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Francesco & Edoardo Molinari

Kudos to the Molinari brothers for playing so well. Now if we can get Edoardo (right) to tell his brother how much taller he'd look without the white belt, we'd be all good.Nike GolfColmar

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Tom Watson

The Beatles' "When I'm Sixty-Four" is an apt title for this image: Tom Watson in Liverpool at age 64. He doesn't look, act, or play his age at all.Polo Golf

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