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March 02, 2016

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Jaime Donaldson

This is a great way to wear fancy pants. Although tonal outfits usually look smooth from head-to-toe, working a micro-print pattern into the equation can elevate the style yet still make a subtle statement.
J. Lindeberg
FootJoy

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Zac Blair

A little frat style goes a long way, and I think this Skull and Bones needle point belt is right on, um … point? Whether or not you’re a Prep School alum, this strap is sweet and a nice break from the standard stuff we see on tour.
FootJoy
Titleist
Smathers & Branson

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Phil Mickelson

Phil has always been among the dressier tour pros, and these side-tab trousers compliment his aesthetic nicely. That said, if you’re going to wear dress pants, whether on or off the course, make sure they have a crease down the front. Without a sharp crease, these pants can completely lose their shape.

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Rickie Fowler

Rickie obviously has gotten a lot of attention for his joggers and high-tops, but I still think his simplest looks are his most stylish. This graphic color-blocked polo in soft, slate tones is mature and modern.
Puma

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Adam Scott

The Honda Classic champ rode straightforward style with smart accents to victory at PGA National. This contrast-placket polo and button-down collar really elevated his look. When you keep your swag on the simple side, details can make all the difference.
Uniqlo
FootJoy

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Vijay Singh

A few of the game’s elder statesmen are holding on to their pleated pants, and we cannot figure out why. Vijay may be a big dude, but extra fabric isn’t doing him any favors. You can’t tell me that all those extra creases and folds are more comfortable—or more stylish—than the flat-front alternative.

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Blayne Barber

Now these are some fresh FootJoy shield tips! Lately, the market is split between spikeless hybrids and classic kicks like these. I play in pairs from both worlds, switching back and forth all the time.
FootJoy

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Justin Thomas / Adam-Scott

We’re seeing more guys in pink polos all the time, and they are looking better than ever. Pop the color against white, gray or tan trousers and you’ll be able to ride that spring style all the way through Labor Day.
Polo Golf
Uniqlo
FootJoy

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