U.S. Open 2021: Celebrate the third men's major of the year with these products inspired by Torrey Pines
It’s U.S. Open time and that means golf brands are ready to release their newest major-inspired collections to celebrate the third men's major of the year. Many companies—like Nike, Seamus and Devereux—are pulling inspiration from the coastal California venue of Torrey Pines with beachy colors, retro SoCal designs and summer golf themes. But don’t worry if your style is more on the tame side; there are options from companies like adidas and Johnston & Murphy that are a more subtle nod to the U.S. Open, too. Here are some of our favorite U.S. Open-inspired golf products released so far, with more expected to drop as the tournament begins.
Available for pre-order, this scotch whisky was created in partnership with the USGA to celebrate the 121st U.S. Open. The limited-edition bottle has a custom design and will make a great gift (don’t forget Father’s Day is this Sunday). It's a likable blend aged 19 years, finished in bourbon casks and goes down ultra-smooth with notes honey, toffee, vanilla and ripe cherries.
Devereux was inspired to create the Feeling Good collection as a way to spread optimism, celebrate community and remind golfers to have a good time. The patriotic colorways and beach-y vibes are inspired by the U.S. Open's coastal California venue and light-hearted summer staples like hot dogs, Popsicles and energetic infusions of color.
Part of FootJoy’s popular Premiere Series, the brand has released two new designs just ahead of the U.S. Open. The Pacific Sunset Collection features two primarily white leather golf shoes with pops of colors reminiscent of California’s iconic sunsets. The upscale designs are a great way to brighten up your look while maintaining a sophisticated style.
Nike’s Torrey Footwear pack pulled inspiration from coastal colorways and incorporated textures from the bark of Torrey Pines’ namesake tree. Available in limited quantities this week, these shoes are expected to sell out fast.
Not many people know about Torrey Pines' unofficial mascot that lives just off the first tee in the bushes. The raccoon that clubhouse employees have named Rocco is a beloved resident and mainstay at the course. Inspired by Rocco and the abundance of wildlife at Torrey Pines, Puma created the Rocco collection with patriotic colorways and nods to the critter throughout.
This shoe design doesn’t scream U.S. Open or Torrey Pines, but the footwear brand is releasing a limited edition version of its popular new golf shoe to celebrate the tournament. The navy colorway is upscale and stylish with waterproof construction and a lightweight finish.