Fashion recap of Day 4 at the U.S. Open
Tour Editor Michael Ruuska puts a wrap on the fashion scene at Pebble Beach with a look at Danny Willett’s kicks, Chesson Hadley’s ocean blues, Haotong Li’s pop of color, and more.
See Also: U.S. Open Fashion Dimes & Crimes: Day 3
Danny Willett (Descente & G/FORE)
Danny Willett fit right in with the color story for Sunday. However, he did it better than everyone else. Matching his Descente polo to his G/FORE Branches Disruptor shoes made for a beautiful visual against the backdrop of Pebble Beach.
Chesson Hadley (Peter Millar)
Speaking of Pebble Beach as the backdrop, this is such a cool photograph of Chesson Hadley. It looks like he is hitting into the beach-goers. “FORE!” The Peter Millar Performance Five-Pocket Pants in Iberian Blue look great with a simple navy pullover.
Haotong Li (Adidas)
I don’t think I have ever seen Haotong Li in an ill-fitting pair of pants or shirt. Sunday was no exception. I love the splash of color he brought to the field in his Adidas Ultimate365 3-Stripe Tapered Pants in Active Pink.
Jim Furyk (Stitch)
I am not overly familiar with the new apparel line from Stitch but from what I have seen and heard it is quite luxurious. Jim Furyk looked very classy in the merino wool Delaney Pullover as a layering piece over the Sid Stripe Polo.
Henrik Stenson (Hugo Boss)
Henrik Stenson and Hugo Boss continue to dominate the sweater game on planet Earth.
Let’s wrap up the U.S. Open Fashion Dimes with Graeme McDowell on Father’s Day. Graeme looked like the golf-everyman. When in doubt a simple navy polo and khaki trousers is always a good look. Notice the tan leather belt; that is where most dads would’ve gotten tripped up. Happy belated Father’s Day to all the dads out there.
Tiger needs a lesson in layering. A base layer, mock neck, and a sweater vest? Oh my!
Dressing in multiple shades of off-white can be tricky. Rory was not up to the task on Sunday. He looked washed out.