Birdies and red and black kits were the themes for round two at the PGA Championship. In fact, there were so many players wearing red and black that it seemed like it was a Tiger Woods Tribute Day.
Who rocked it? Who flopped it? GolfThreads breaks down the best and worst looks from Friday at Baltusrol.
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Jimmy Walker (FootJoy)
Best kicks of the day? Jimmy Walker’s custom spectator shoes.
Henrik Stenson (Hugo Boss) & Danny Willett (Callaway Europe Apparel)
You won’t find two better examples of how golf apparel should fit in 2016.
Jason Day (Adidas Golf)
This is probably the best look we’ve seen from Jason Day EVER. The color blocking is modern and athletic. It also looks like Day is wearing slimmer trousers with more taper. As a result, he looks taller and thinner.
From Crimes to Dimes. Quite the turn around for Ikeda. The pants could be tapered a bit more, but everything else is on point.
Danny Lee (Devereux)
Another solid setup from Lee. Modern chest stripes with a splash of color and a braided belt that matches the trousers. So smooth. Seeing a lot of players sporting these new FootJoy Pro SL shoes that are being released August 5th.
Ryan Moore (Linksoul)
Every golfer should have a retro-looking chest pocket polo in his wardrobe. This one from Linksoul isn’t a bad option.
Rory McIlroy & Paul Casey (Nike Golf)
Nike has won the color battle this week with a mix of dark and light greens. Great way to transition from summer to fall.
Anirban Lahiri (Chervo)
Shouldn’t everyone have a pair of fuchsia trousers in their repertoire?
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Marty is the white belt victim of the day, and he can’t even use the excuse that he is matching his belt to his shoes.
#NoWords #PrayForHugoBoss Nobody screws up designer clothes more than Dubuisson.
Bubba looks about 15 to 20 pounds heavier than he is due to the oversized shirt. He needs to take a cue from his Oakley brethren (Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Zach Johnson, and James Hahn) and slim things down.