Si Woo and Chesson bring a strong belt game, Kraft and Ryder feed the wolf, Patrick Reed laces up Star Spangled shoes and more. Tour Editor Michael Ruuska sizes up the best looks from the Travelers Championship.
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Si Woo Kim & Chesson Hadley (Peter Millar)
Si Woo Kim and Peter Millar are a great pairing. I really love the O-Ring Belts Kim started wearing at the U.S. Open. These are a terrific summer item. My only complaint is that the belts I have seen Kim wear the past two weeks are not available to purchase, yet.
Chesson Hadley also got in on the action and grabbed my attention with the Woven Check Trimmed Belt. Another stylish Peter Millar accessory that pairs especially well with khakis.
Sam Ryder (TrendyGolf & Greyson Clothiers)
These Greyson Printed Montauk Trousers are bold and fun. My favorite detail in the camo print is not visible in this picture; the grey wolf on the front of the left thigh.
Kelly Kraft (Greyson Clothiers)
Greyson certainly knows how to make apparel that stands out on the course. Kelly Kraft had one of my favorite outfits of the tournament highlighted by the Greyson Chaska Polo.
Patrick Reed (Nike)
Patrick Reed unveiled his custom Nike Lunar Control Vapor 2 at the final round of the U.S. Open and I failed to mention them. Fortunately, he wore them again at the Travelers. These kicks suit his personality and are the perfect golf shoes for that Fourth of July round.
Lanto Griffin (Nexbelt)
It is highly unlikely that you will get your hands on a pair of Patrick Reed’s custom kicks but you can buy a USA Flag Belt from Nexbelt to celebrate America’s birthday. Not sure I could pull it off but I thought Lanto wore it well.
Zach Johnson (Kjus) & Ryan Blaum (Oakley)
Saturday’s weather brought out the layers. Nothing is more versatile and handy this time of year than a reliable wind/rain vest. Zach Johnson and Ryan Blaum were protected from the elements and remained sleek and stylish in their Kjus and Oakley vests.