U.S. Open Style Review

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U.S. Open Style Review

June 18, 2013

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Justin Rose

The winner's the winner and everyone wins when the winner wins -- especially the sponsors. Ashworth should be on cloud nine with the increased visibility.

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Billy Horschel

There's no question that Billy Horschel not only has game, he's also willing to go bold with his clothes. I'm still getting emails about the octopi. Good for him! PS -- I'm starting to hear a lot of people say he probably won't be wearing those pants on Sunday ever again, but when was the last time an octopus made a four-foot putt?

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Hunter Mahan

First of all, these new FootJoys are really cool. The Under Armour pants, shirt and belt are also pretty modern. This combination of colors, however, is not only adventuresome, but risky.

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Ian Poulter

Here's a perfect example of Poulter being Poulter. A little bit of color, a lot of style. He's living proof that how you wear it is just as important as what you wear.

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Marcel Siem

It would be great if Siem would play a few more events in the U.S. because he's got a lot of style flair and isn't afraid to go strong with his wardrobe selections.

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Keegan Bradley

U-S-A! U-S-A!

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Bill Haas

Haas in flat fronts, making a solid statement in Peter Millar.

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Matteo Manassero

Terrific look! He can get away with the dark belt against the white pants because he's in such great shape.

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Graeme McDowell

G-Mac color blocking and looking quite good doing so. His clothes were certainly a winner last week even if he missed the cut.

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Webb Simpson

The slimmed-down Simpson is getting younger and more stylish with every wardrobe change.

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Freddie Jacobson

Freddie Jac showing how European companies, like Oscar Jacobson, also have taken to color blocking.

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David Lingmerth

Speaking of color blocking, it looks pretty smart on David Lingmerth, but I'm not too happy with the white belt, shoes and hat. A missed opportunity to change the look with a colored belt.

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Adam Scott

A class act.

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Rory McIlroy

We think Rory's great. We think this sweater is confusing at best. When is Nike going to put together a new, exciting, fun and fresh line for one of their biggest stars?

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Jim Furyk

Dunning is really looking great on Furyk.

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Luke Donald

I don't want to go Dan Jenkins on anyone, but aren't those slacks looking like a great summer picnic?

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Gavin Hall

Repeat after me: Gavin Hall. This kid's got game and style.

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John Senden

The Aussie is carrying the flag for Greg Norman apparel and doing it well.

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Phil Mickelson

The House of Fleming black alligator belt with the white wash treatment caught the eye of many at Merion -- and we think it looks pretty terrific.

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Sergio Garcia

Sergio going strong and bold. No further comment.

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Hideki Matsuyama

Is that a nautical signal flag shirt?

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Lee Westwood

Westwood looking great.

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Young Fans

The U.S. Open's real winners. How great!

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