U.S. Open Fashion Dimes & Crimes: Day 4

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

Fashion Dimes

Danny Willett (Descente & G/FORE)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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Henrik Stenson and Hugo Boss continue to dominate the sweater game on planet Earth.

Graeme McDowell

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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.

Fashion Crimes

Tiger Woods

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Tiger needs a lesson in layering. A base layer, mock neck, and a sweater vest? Oh my!

Rory McIlroy

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Dressing in multiple shades of off-white can be tricky. Rory was not up to the task on Sunday. He looked washed out.

1 comment

  1. When its gray out, off white doesn’t look good even with Rory’s fit. Stenson 1/4 zips were the best of the week. I actually like Willett in the header over the first Dime.

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