Presidents Cup 2017: These outrageous fan outfits make our "best of" list from Liberty National
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Going into Sunday’s singles matches, it’s evident that the United States has all but won the Presidents Cup. With the American’s needing just one point to seal the deal, it’s safe to say that we’ll be deprived of a drama-filled Sunday.
However, what the Presidents Cup lacks in close competition can be made up for (at least somewhat) in the ridiculousness of some of the crowd’s apparel. Be it the roves of 20-something Manhattan finance bros decked out in red, white and blue or the South Africans riding around on inflatable animals, there is no shortage of pride for country at Liberty National.
So even though the competition has been lackluster, we can still get excited about these outrageous costumes worn by Americans and Internationals alike. Let’s take a look at some of the best outfits at the Presidents Cup.
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These American Flag onesies are patriotic AND comfortable—a must for watching a full day of golf.
Coming from work and no time to change before the afternoon matches? Just don an American flag suit and seamlessly transition from the office to the fairways of Liberty National.
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Here’s another photo of the dapper trio cheering from the stands with Rickie Fowler.
This gentleman opted for a more subdued option, but it doesn’t leave to question to who he’s rooting for.
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Ah yes, the International “Fanatics.” You’ve got to hand it to them. Even with the beatdown their team is receiving, their enthusiasm never wavers. They even got the players to join in on this picture!
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The South Africans (Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen, Branden Grace, and Captain Nick Price) should feel right at home with these animals around.
Wow, Miss Venezuela and friends made the trip to support Jhonattan Vegas!
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With just one Canadian on the International team, it’s clear these lads are here to support Presidents Cup rookie Adam Hadwin.
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Regardless of the outcome today, we’re all here to watch some golf and have a good time.