Ryder Cup Preview:\n\nUnveiling the U.S. Team Uniforms\nPractice Uniforms\n\nYou know it's the Ryder Cup when even the practice-day wear has such a coordinated, formal feel to it. The color palette of the Hickey Freeman trousers softens the impact, yet the Peter Millar sweaters and shirts communicate a serious, traditional tone.\nSaturday Uniform\n\nThe classic, six-button Peter Millar purple cashmere cardigan is more Palmer than Woods. Along with the Hickey Freeman, gray-striped trousers, the outfit will be a marked attire depature for someone like Rickie Fowler. The only thing missing is a pipe. Did Mr. Rogers qualify on points or was he a captain's pick?\nSunday Uniform\n\nThe black trousers and golf shirt, quarter-zip sweater have bright, red trim and a prominent "USA" logo -- very smart. You couldn't design a look more different than the 1999 Brookline shirts. The all-black motif screams serious, and favors the taller players like Dustin Johnson and Bubba Watson.\nRain gear\n\nThe Sun Mountain RainFlex suits, while waterproof and breathable, have the feel of a warm-up outfits from other team sports, with the flag, the names on the back, and the "USA" all in an old-fashioned typeface. The only thing missing are the tear-away trousers.\nHats\n\nThe hats made by Imperial, featuring the Ryder Cup felt logo patch and players' names on the back, continue the classic look. Very understated.\nHats\n\nThe hats made by Imperial, featuring the Ryder Cup felt logo patch and players' names on the back, continue the classic look. Very understated.\nCorey Pavin's bag\n\nThe Belding golf bag and headcovers are reminiscent of the 1981 U.S. team captained by Dave Marr. The throwback style gets high marks here.