I am giving you fair warning that I woke up feeling rather surly as a result of the Boston Red Sox getting swept in the Bronx this past weekend. Such an uninspiring and disspointing season! With that being said, if you were expecting a pick me up, look elsewhere….
Aaron Wise (Nike)
I will be happy when we move on from these bold color blocked polo’s. They make these men look like little boys on the first day of school.
Webb Simpson (FootJoy)
Webb might rival Bubba for the number of times he’s been caught wearing oversized and shapeless shirts. To make things worse these pants are huge on him. I would love to properly fit him. The technology in the FootJoy fabrics are such that it won’t impact his swing. I don’t get it.
Viktor Hovland (J.Lindeberg)
It was strangely exciting for me to see Viktor wear the Nike Roshe Tour G ‘No Denim.’ I was skeptical when they were released but these look surprisingly good in person. He is still developing his style, but Viktor looks awkward at times in his J.Lindeberg kits. Maybe he needs to do another button on his shirt? Small style tip for Viktor: get a fitted hat. If there is bunching on the back of the lid as a result of having to make the snap-back smaller, the hat is too big.
Dylan Frittelli (Nike)
These boxy Nike AeroBill Adjustable Golf Hats are really starting to grow on me. I may need to pick one up and see how I look. I will report back.
Brice Garnett (Callaway)
Brice Garnett looked sharp during the entire tournament. He adopted the less is more approach; simple, classic, well-tailored golf apparel. Sometimes that is all you need. Kudos, Brice.
J.T. Poston (Vineyard Vines)
J.T. Poston sported a winning look wearing Vineyard Vines and appeared to be having a whale of a good time on Sunday. Be on the lookout next week for my review of the new Vineyard Vines Bowline Polos. These are tailored to be a little shorter and slimmer than their traditional shirts.