U.S. Open style
Fashion Winners & Losers At Olympic
June 18, 2012
How to make white pants, belt, shoe and hat all work together. Luke might not always play like No. 1, but he certainly dresses the part of No. 1.
This a textbook example of how to make the entire outfit work.
There's a new rule if you're over 40: You cannot wear a white belt. Ever.
Wearing it two days in a row just makes it worse.
If you're Ben Hogan, you can wear a cardigan. If you're the U.S. Open champion, you can wear a cardigan. Just ask Webb Simpson, or 2010 U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell. The defense rests.
The Four Blocks of Color. Don't try this at home!
Cloudy, with a 30 percent chance of rain.
Bright sunshine, NO chance of rain.
Diamonds are forever, part I.
Diamonds are forever, part II.
Are we getting too logo happy, or is this the Breeder's Cup?
Kooch, we love you and your effervescent personality. So why are you dressing like a dead man? And don't get us started on the pleats.
There should be a rule against wearing everything you packed at the same time. I'm sorry, but this long sleeve/short sleeve combination violates Rule 27 (long sleeves over short sleeves, not the other way around).
See Rule 27.
Great shirt for:A. An oarsmanB. A jockeyC. A golferD. None of the above
Does anybody know what time it is? Bubba certainly does with his Richard Mille timepiece.
Something tells me we will be seeing a lot more of Beau and frankly, I think it will be refreshing. Here's a player who even knows the brand of socks he's wearing.
Pick any day and I guarantee you that Ryo is on the style leader board.
Down to the last detail, including the socks.
Alex the First (in style). Stay stylish, my friends. Stay stylish.
Love the red FootJoys.
OK, we get it, Mr. 5-hour Energy. It's kind of hard to miss.
A perfectly-coordinated ensemble. Would you expect anything less from a style icon?
Winning look on a winning player.