Bryson DeChambeau is right in the mix on Sunday at TPC Scottsdale, and he's getting plenty of airtime. As he vies for his second PGA Tour win, Bryson is solidifying himself as one of today's up-and-coming stylish professional golfers.
Whether it's the eye-catching driver's cap he wears, or the throwback cardigan he occasionally opts for, Bryson is not afraid of going against the grain. On Sunday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Bryson showed up to the first tee wearing one of Puma Golf's first-ever short-sleeve button-down shirts.
Unlike Rickie, who earlier in the year wore a Puma Golf Aloha button-down untucked, Bryson tucked in his button-down for a more professional, clean-cut ensemble that still offered an edgy, cool look.
Here's where you can buy Bryson's Puma Golf button-down, along with some other golf button-downs that offer enough stretch and breathability to keep a golfer cool and comfortable on the course:
Made with anti-microbial and moisture-wicking properties, the fabric is comprised of 56 percent Lyocell and 44 percent polyester. It comes in three colors.
Made with a stretch-woven, breathable, lightweight material and available in three colors.
Made with a quick-drying, moisture-wicking fabric comprised of 54 percent pima cotton and 46 percent polyester.
The cotton blend fabric made to use this long-sleeve button-down (50 percent cotton, 45 percent polyester and 5 percent spandex) makes it performance-driven and moisture-wicking.
The blend of 56 percent cotton, 40 percent polyester and 4 percent lycra make it breathable, easy to care for and sweat-resistant.
A classic dress shirt with stretch and shorter sleeves for extra mobility and comfort.
75% Cotton, 21% Poly, 4% Lycra
The blend of 96 percent cotton and 4 percent spandex allows for movement, and its all-over print and curved shape make it perfect for a relaxed, untucked look.