The Week In Style: 02.10.16

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The Week In Style: 02.10.16

February 10, 2016

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Hideki Matsuyama

The Waste Management Open champion has his own style centered around these super-sharp geometric polos in high-intensity colors. It's not a look that's all that appropriate to take off the course, but it certainly seemed to work for Matsuyama inside the ropes at TPC Scottsdale.
Srixon

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Harris English

I'm a sucker for throwback details, and English's old-school rope brim cap totally fits that bill.
Callaway Apparel

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Mark Hubbard

Not much of a surprise to see some Super Bowl style in Phoenix. Hubbard, a Colorado native, was one of a handful of guys flexing their Bronco pride last Sunday.

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Rickie Fowler / James Hahn

We continue to see this neon movement trend on tour. I still believe these high-impact shades work better as accents and accessories as opposed to full-wardrobe pieces. That said, Hahn and Fowler certainly have the swagger to pull this color off in big ways.
Puma, Oakley

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Danny Lee

The former U.S. Amateur champion has quietly carved out a very stylish spot on the PGA Tour. Lee's not afraid of bright color, but he generally wears it in a soft pallet that creates a more subtle, sophisticated look. He's on the first page of our style leader board, for sure.
Devereux

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TPC Scottsdale gallery

The gallery at TPC Scottsdale is the most, um, "creatively" styled of any event on the PGA Tour, including the Ryder Cup and major championships. Like few other crowds in golf, these folks bring the party.

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Scott Piercy

Piercy's brand of subtle style doesn't create nearly the waves as say Rickie Fowler's joggers. Still, if you're into classic looks with a modern attitude, here's a guy to follow from week to week. A slate-colored trouser paired with a tonal belt and crisp white polo can take you a lot of places in style these days.
J. Lindeberg

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Ryan Palmer

Although camouflage prints had their major moment a few seasons ago, they are still hanging around in a few different iterations. Palmer's Columbia Aztec camo pullover, for example, was one of the cooler pieces we saw at the Waste Management. Columbia clearly has the foul-weather chops to make a major impact in golf, and we can't wait to see more of what's to come this season.
Columbia

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Billy Horschel / Rafa Cabrera-Bello

After seeing two cool bright pink looks from Billy and Rafa last weekend, we give the edge to Horschel for who wore it best. Light grays and whites balance bold color much better than black, and Cabrera-Bello's belt, hat and shoes broke up what could have been a very smooth statement.
Ralph Lauren RLX, Oakley, FootJoy

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Danny Willett

Willett winning the European Tour's Omega Dubai Desert Classic can only help fuel the trucker-hat trend we saw gaining steam at last month's PGA Merchandise Show. Make sure to follow the Englishman's lead and keep your mesh back the same shade as the front panel if you want the trucker 2.0 trend to stay on the straight and narrow.
Callaway Apparel

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