2018 PGA Championship Apparel Scripts

Who is wearing what at Bellerive for the 2018 PGA Championship

Billy Horschel steals the show with his own collection, DJ sings the (bright) blues, JT breaks out the late summer pastels, Rickie dials it down, Sergio dials it up, Troy Merritt brings an edge…and more. Here’s a look at what the top players will be wearing at the 2018 PGA Championship.

Listed by world ranking, Dustin Johnson still has the honor.

Dustin Johnson (Adidas Golf)

2018 PGA Championship Apparel Scripts Dustin Johnson

A brighter blue than the usual navy that we see from Dustin. A nice mix of modern and sporty looks with heathered textures and color-blocked designs. Bold engineered stripes for Moving Day on Saturday.

Favorite look: Saturday

Shop DJ’s looks.

Justin Thomas (Polo Ralph Lauren)

JT reminds us that it is still summer with these soft pastels. Classic preppy outfits with stripes and prints, including ‘flying bandanas’ on Saturday. Clean and crisp solids on Thursday.

Favorite look: Saturday

Shop Justin’s looks.

Jon Rahm (Adidas Golf)

2018 PGA Championship Apparel Scripts Jon Rahm

Simple and classic. Nothing too exciting for Rahm. Contrasting placket and collar for the opening round offer a modern take on an iconic design. Signature red on Sunday.

Favorite look: Thursday

Shop Rahm’s looks.

Jordan Spieth (Under Armour)

Jordan wearing blue at a major? What a surprise. Hits of mint green and teal add personality to his kits. Stripes, color-blocked designs, and gradients provide contemporary looks.

Favorite look: Sunday

Shop Jordan’s looks.

Rickie Fowler (Puma Golf)

A muted version of his signature orange with a jacquard diamond print. Tonal camo and geometric prints put Rickie on trend at Bellerive.

Favorite look: Saturday

Shop Rickie’s looks.

Bryson DeChambeau (Puma Golf)

These deep, rich reds are the trendy colors for fall. Puma’s new FusionYarn fabric combines the feel and breathability of natural fibers with the performance of a technical polyester.

Favorite look: Saturday

Shop Bryson’s looks.

Sergio Garcia (Adidas Golf)

Saturated magenta makes a strong statement. There is a little bit of everything here for Sergio. Modern stripes on Thursday. Sporty color blocking on Saturday. Classic stripes on Sunday.

Favorite look: Sunday

Shop Sergio’s looks.

Louis Oosthuizen (Ping Apparel)

Resort hues allow for the perfect transition from summer to fall. Space dyed effect the opening two rounds softens the intensity of the vibrant colors while adding a sophisticated texture.

Favorite look: Friday

Billy Horschel (RLX Ralph Lauren)

This is the script everyone will be talking about. Billy Horschel designed it in conjunction with the team at Ralph Lauren. The 5-outfit collection showcases many of Horschel’s go-to looks. Preppy navy and pink rugby stripes. A bold urban camo trouser. Engineered stripes. And, colorful pants on the weekend. Oh, yeah. BillyHo is bringing back the octopus print bottoms in the form of shorts for Wednesday’s practice round. I love everything about this script. I’d wear all of it. Read my PGA Tour Style Insider feature for more info on the RLX x Billy Horschel Collection.

Favorite look: Saturday

Shop Billy’s looks.

Troy Merritt (Galvin Green)

On the weekend, Merritt debuts Galvin Green’s EDGE Collection, which won a GolfThreads Style Award at the PGA Show. The urban-inspired line can be worn on and off the course. The tone-on-tone camo patterns capture the ultra-modern vibe of the collection.


  1. I live in STL and am going to the PGA tomorrow. I love Billy’s looks but JT’s are also strong. DJ in this lighter blue I am very interested to see. He always looks so sharp!

    1. Jim, you couldn’t be more right about JT’s strong scripting game this week. I’m more excited about the green pants than the performance.

  2. Greg, Dj and Rickie both went off script. Looked good but that seems unique. Tiger changed shirts on 12 i think from his range session sweat. Poulter looked very clean and cool. Rory’s shoes were awesome. Phil wore a weird kit and his pants were huge. Pat perez looks terrible and has some weird design on his pants. Some of the asians really impressed me with clean kits. Danny Willetts shirt was fantastic looking.

    1. Thanks, Jim. Great recap. Hope you had fun out there and stayed cool. Rickie went with yellow as a tribute to Jarrod Lyle. Classy move. He always does the right thing. Shugo Imahira looked sharp. Ryo Ishikawa-esque. We may need to have a GolfThreads trip to Japan to grab some gear. Way too much contrast in Phil’s kit with the black shoes and belt against the light colored shirt and trousers. You’re right. Those pants are huge and he needs a haircut.

      I’m off to London on a family vacation so no Dimes & Crimes this time around. Sorry. Promised the family not to work. Feel free to drop your thoughts here throughout the weekend. – Greg

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