Missed cuts, speedy putts and Rory’s pants with elastic cuffs were the stories of Day 3 at The Players Championship.

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Jason Day (Adidas Golf)
Jason Day looked like he was going to run away with the tourney, but then sputtered on the front nine. Before it was all said and done, Day had the same four stroke lead that he started the round with. This shock mint color is one of Adidas’ key hues for summer. Pairing it with navy pants and a navy belt was a smart choice. Overall, this was a bit of a snoozer look, though. Expect Day to be holding the trophy on Sunday in an equally ho-hum ensemble.

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Rory McIlroy (Nike Golf)
Rory went back to the joggers and continued to wear those awkward looking Air Max 90 IT shoes. The blade collar polo is uber chic, but if anyone at Nike is listening, those joggers need to be a bit slimmer through the lower leg.

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Cameron Tringale (Nautica)
Tringale is quietly one of the best dressed players on Tour, and he showed up with the kit of the day. The tonal navy blue camo pants were in line with his simple and clean looks, and the subtle pattern elevated the entire outfit.

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Billy Horschel (RLX Ralph Lauren)
Billy Ho hasn’t been shy about sporting Florida Gator colors this week, and he was back at it again on Saturday with orange pants. Horschel has established himself as the best dressed in the game, and this was another example of his sartorial prowess. The tipping on the polo offered an old school vibe, while the orange pants and webbed belt were distinctly modern.

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Ian Poulter (IJP Design)
Poults always creates a buzz with his tartan trousers, but his best looks are these simple ones with bright colors. Stop trying so hard, Ian. Less is more.

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Jonas Blixt (Puma Golf)
Rickie was left slamming his trunk with a missed cut, but Jonas Blixt did his part to pick up the slack for Puma with a smooth look.


Morgan Hoffmann (Greyson Clothiers)
I couldn’t find a picture of Morgan Hoffmann, but his kit from Greyson was one of the best and most unique of the day. Mixing stripes with a pattern is usually a fashion no-no, but the tonal nature of the kit and the scaling of wide stripes with a micro print make this outfit an absolute winner. If you fancy yourself a fashion ninja, this is a look to incorporate into your game.

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