Who hit it pure from a fashion standpoint? Who had style shanks? We break down the best and the worst of style from Day 2 at the Masters.
Morgan Hoffmann (Greyson)
#PantsGameStrong #BotanicalBritches #WelcomeToTheJungle
Billy Horschel (RLX Ralph Lauren)
Wowie! Those Maui Lime pants! Perfect balance of color and contrast. Killer brogues.
Jordan Spieth (Under Armour)
The Jordan-ator made a lot of good decisions in round 2. Not the least of which was ditching the scripted white belt for a tonal navy one to create a seamless look.
Dustin Johnson (Adidas Golf)
Once again, Dustin Johnson flipped his script for the better. He was scripted to wear a white belt with pants that matched his vibrant blue polo. Opting for light beige pants and a tonal belt, instead, was a smart choice.
Jason Day (Adidas Golf)
Crisp. Clean. Appropriate use of the white belt. Great color and fit on the polo.
Rickie Fowler (Puma Golf)
Another youthful and energetic kit from Rickie.
Brandt Snedeker (Peter Millar)
Just as the name describes, these Sorbet-colored trousers are cool and refreshing.
Adam Scott (Uniqlo)
Great to see Adam in a color that pops. Appropriate use of the white belt.
Graeme McDowell (G-Mac by Kartel)
Tight checked pattern on the pants is on point.
Jonas Blixt (Puma Golf)
Bold stripes add some personality and texture to this clean look.
I’m tired of this Volt color and it isn’t even the weekend. Neon belt destroys the continuity of this monochromatic look.
Hunter Mahan really likes white belts. He should take a lesson from fellow Under Armour brand ambassador, Jordan Spieth, and opt for tonal hues around the waist.
It is painful to put Luke on this list. I love the lavender pants, but they are too long and bunch around his ankles. I expect better tailoring from Luke.
Not sure if it is the fit of Sergio’s pants, or what, but he just looked a bit sloppy in round 2. Colorwise, his kit looked a bit washed out, too.