What a great comeback! But that jacket. . .you'd think if a tournament is giving winner's jackets, they'd sort out the sizing a little better. Then everyone wins.
Maybe UnderArmour can tell all of us what's going on. Not only are they dressing Jordan Spieth in gray, but now they're dressing everyone in gray? Did I miss the memo?
Kaymer's one of our favorite guys because he can look good no matter what he's wearing. He's the perfect ambassador for Boss Green and adidas -- especially in this many stripes.
Don't you just love this rig? It fits, he looks athletic, I like the stripe down the side and the accents on his pocket and shoes (of course, I would've gone with green grips). Now that Rory's got a winning look, let's get his winning score down.
Phil's the exception to the rule, because not only does he match the color of his belt to his shoes, he also matches the skin of the leather.
Jonathan Byrd was on top of the style leader board all week, even when he was swinging out of his shirt.
Munsingwear is a cool, young-in-attitude brand that gives Bae a really sophisticated look. Solid.
Justin Rose looks perfectly acceptable in this Ashworth argyle sweater. We generally like a little more contrast with the shirt and the trousers, but the pink tends to do that on its own.
Cink continues to look on trend each and every week. The pink striped shirt is smart, and we love the fact that he hasn't concerned himself with overmatching.