This Week In Golf Fashion: Hero World Challenge

A sneak peek at new shoes for 2020, tropical island prints, the type of slow play we like, and more. The final This Week In Golf Fashion of the decade recaps the style scene at the Hero World Challenge.


Henrik Stenson (Hugo Boss)

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It seems fitting that Henrik Stenson would win Tiger’s tournament while wearing a blade collar. Looks great! One of my favorite golf fashion bloggers is The Golf Fashion Guy, Sam Jones. Sam is a big fan of Hugo Boss polos. I’ve never worn one but will have to make that happen in 2020. If you haven’t seen Sam’s YouTube channel, check it out.


Rickie Fowler (Puma Golf)

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I could wax poetic about the many reasons I love Puma Golf, however, because of languages endless limitations I will leave you with this picture of Rickie Fowler. This polo is called Slow Play and is from their Saltwater Collection that was inspired by the Bahamas. I need this in my collection. Brilliant and fun.


Gary Woodland (Puma Golf)

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While on the topic of Puma Golf, let me share some love for the Volition Sky Polo, too. What a great shirt for Gary Woodland. He has the perfect physique for this top. The “V” design is also a great option for a thinner lad who wants to create the illusion of having broader shoulders.


Kevin Kisner (FootJoy)

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Kevin Kisner gives us a sneak peek at the new FootJoy Tour-S. A friend of mine swears by the PowerStrap on this shoe. It looks to be slightly redesigned. For what it is worth, Kisner has the most underrated belt game on TOUR. He wears exotic skin leather straps as well as anyone. I’d love to have his House of Fleming collection of belts.


Jordan Spieth (Under Armour)

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Speaking of new shoes, it appears Jordan is wearing the soon-to-be-released Under Armour Spieth 4’s. These look pretty sharp. I can’t wait to see them in person in January. Has anyone else noticed that Jordan’s kits seem more tailored lately? I’m embarrassed to say this, but I didn’t even hate his white belt on Wednesday. I must be getting old!


Jon Rahm (adidas Golf)

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I really liked Jon Rahm’s adidas Climachill Tonal Stripe Polo. It looks especially dope with his custom belt. If you haven’t checked out Collection 0 by adidas, you will want to hurry up and do so (as soon as you are done reading this, that is).


Justin Thomas (Polo Golf Ralph Lauren)

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In all honesty, I do not think I have ever come across a Polo Golf shirt that I wouldn’t wear. This glen plaid jersey with a spread collar is no exception. Classic and timeless style.


Justin Rose (Bonobos)

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Bonobos M-Flex Polos with pink flamingos and cove palms? From the Course to the Copa, indeed!


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4 comments

  1. Mike, do you like Gary with white shoes off black pants? Same goes from Rahm with white pants and black shoes. I struggle with the massive contrast. I prefer a gray or black shoe with black pants and a white shoe or lighter shoe with white pants. You?

  2. Hi Jim, white shoes with black pants don’t bother me, however, the black shoes and white pants are a no-no for me. Overall, your stated preference would be my advice as well. Happy Holidays!

  3. White shoes, preferably plain, look great with black trousers but black shoes/ white trousers are a big no no in my book.Any idea when bonobos are coming to the uk? Want that flamingo polo so bad.

  4. Hi Jason, I just checked with my contact at Bonobos and unfortunately they don’t ship to the UK and don’t know of any immediate plans to expand to the UK. Bummer.

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