PGA Championship 2023: Our favorite looks from the first and second rounds at Oak Hill
All eyes are on Oak Hill as the top 100 male golfers compete in the second major of the year. The tournament brought chilly temperatures early on, but after experiencing almost every weather condition fathomable at the Masters the players came prepared with proper (and stylish) layering options. Friday was a bit warmer (albeit wetter) than day one, which brought a variety of colors, new patterns and summer-ready looks we can't wait to copy. Here are our favorite looks from the PGA Championship so far.
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Jordan Spieth (Round Two)
Jordan Spieth's floral-esque shirt for the second round was eye-catching in color and unique-yet-approachable in pattern. Easy to pair with simple navy pants, it's Under Armour's classic Playoff Polo that has a ton of stretch, ventilation and comes in 12 different patterns to match every look and environment.
Eric Cole (Round 2)
If we can set aside the debate of pant length and amount of ankle showing, we can all agree that Eric Cole's second-round ensemble hit on some major style trends of the moment. His blue Primo pants were the focal point of the outfit, balanced by a simple black crewneck over a golf shirt to button-up the look. Amping up the trendiness were his chunky sneaker-like golf shoes from FootJoy. It's a versatile look that can be worn off the course just as easily.
Max Homa (Round 2)
Max Homa's 1960s pinstriped-inspired golf shirt is a highlight from FootJoy's recent collaborative collection with fashion house Todd Snyder. It's a sophisticated look that gives off an aire of profressionalism—especially paired with simple khakis and white leather golf shoes like Homa did at Oak Hill. We couldn't find his exact shoes on the FootJoy website (they appear to be a model from a previous FootJoy X Todd Snyder collection), we did find a new shoe from the drop that is in line with the vintage boardroom styling the golf shirt has.
Justin Rose (Round Two)
Bonobos is a great destination for both versatile and seasonal golf clothing. This springtime outfit that Justin Rose wore on Friday is bright, cheerful and easy to wear for off the course occasions. A solid contrasting blue collar gives the floral patterned top an upscale finish and Rose expertly matched the top with pants of the same shade to pull it all together.
Keegan Bradley (Round Two)
Pocket polos are a look that is both retro and fashion-forward. Bonus points to Keegan Bradley for utilizing the pocket on this TravisMathew polo to add extra personality and style to an otherwise simple look.
Kyoung-Hoon Lee (Round 2)
While we couldn't find the exact shirt Kyoung-Hoon Lee of South Korea was wearing at Oak Hill during the second round, we found a few similar options from the WAAC brand that embody the eye-catching geometric look and feel. Slightly reminiscent of a hounds tooth pattern, it's a more modern look that pairs well with simple black and white pants and accessories.
Scottie Scheffler (Round 1)
Scottie Scheffler is known for being a well-dressed Nike ambassador, but typically keeps within a blue and navy palette. It was nice to see the 2022 Masters Champion in yellow at Oak Hill to brighten up the frostbit morning. The shade of yellow was almost pastel and he toned it down even more by pairing the quarter-zip with simple navy trousers.
Scott Stallings (Round 1)
Scott Stalling's round one look, head-to-toe in Nobull, shows how far the performance footwear brand has come in the golf apparel space. The red hoodie has a simple-yet-upscale design that gives it versatility for golfers. The center-aligned logo isn't available on the Nobull website, but we found some similar looks (below.)
Paired with the brand's Tour Pant, Stallings look is athletic and youthful while still looking professional. It's a great, balanced casual look that's tied together by simple white shoes and perfect tailoring.
Wyatt Worthington II (First Round)
Competing in his third PGA Championship, Wyatt Worthington II entered the first round of the tournament in a stylish yet simple ensemble. He paired with simple black joggers and the addition of a more upscale Nike silhouette (ADG 4) gave the look a sleek and sophisticated finish. Let's also give credit to the details that take the look to the next level. Note his high black socks that provide a seamless transition from the joggers to the shoe. We also love the pop of red at the collar from the golf shirt Worthington II layered the crewneck over, adding a touch of contrast to the nearly monochromatic look.
Justin Suh (Round 1)
If you're looking to add some extra calm to your on-course look, this Puma polo featuring a mandala-like pattern should do the trick. Mandalas are often used in meditative practices for grounding and focusing the mind. It's made with a moisture-wicking stretch fabric that will also help avoid any additional distractions and add comfort. Justin Suh paired the top with white pants and a matching navy cap for a fun and stylish way to try out a new pattern we don't often see in golf.
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Justin Suh (Wednesday Practice Round)
We'd be remiss not to include Suh's head-turning beanie from Wednesday's chilly practice round. It's a fun, cold-weather golf cap that he paired expertly with a simple blue crewneck.
Tony Finau (Round 1)
No major style roundup would be complete without at least one mention of Tony Finau. Aligning with the Nike yellow theme, Finau took the bolder avenue with an abstract printed yellow golf shirt topped with a coordinating yellow rope cap. And, to no surprise, his shoe game enhanced his look with monochromatic Nike Air Jordan Low 1 Gs contrasting the bright upper half of his look.
Matt Fitzpatrick (Round 1)
In three shades of blue, Matt Fitzpatrick's first-round look was colorful without going overboard. Putting the darkest shade on the bottom (trousers and golf shirt) gave the soft blue cashmere sweater room to shine. It's a masterclass on layering without having to sacrifice style or fit.
Patrick Reed (Round 1)
Patrick Reed's G/FORE golf shirt featured a stylish-yet-patriotic palm pattern that will be great for Memorial Day and Fourth of July golf rounds, too. He toned down the loud pattern with simple navy slacks expertly. A great tip for pairing with bolder patterns is to pick the darkest or most prominent color in the pattern and match your pants or shorts as closely as possible to that shade.