Kevin Kisner (Peter Millar)
Kevin Kisner is looking cool in these arctic hues. The Peter Millar Reversible Camo Wool Crewneck really stood out on the course.
Bernd Wiesberger (FootJoy)
The stripes on the sleeves of this FootJoy half-zip gave a sleek and sporty look that had Bernd Wiesberger looking dime-worthy.
Haotong Li (Descente)
Sensing a theme? Clearly shades of grey were everywhere at Harding Park and they played well along the San Francisco coastline. Haotong Li looked as good as he played Friday in his Descente mock-neck and perfectly tailored trousers and pullover.
Ryo Ishikawa (TravisMathew)
I went back and forth on this look from Ryo Ishikawa and finally opted that it was a Dime. The tropical chest stripe sold me. Apparently, TravisMathew has a Japanese division and I am excited to check it out based on what I’ve seen from Ryo the past two days.
Gary Woodland (Puma)
I’ve been a big fan of the Puma Haight Golf Polo since it was released. I wasn’t so sure about the bohemian inspired tie-dye Golf Crew and Limited Edition Ignite PWRADAPT Caged Shoes until I saw Gary Woodland rocking them all together. I am now all in.
Lanto Griffin (Galvin Green)
Matt Wallace (J.Lindeberg)
The JL side stripe along the outseam on these trousers is sick. Matt Wallace is a great amabassador for J.Lindeberg and among the best dressed guys in the game. Legit Dime here.
Justin Thomas (Ralph Lauren)
Imagine having access to JT’s wardrobe? I’d settle for his collection of Ralph Lauren Golf technical layers. Starting with he RLX Jacquard Half Zip Sweater…
The base-layer under the polo, under that cardigan gives the illusion that Tommy is wearing a white t-shirt under his polo. A major fashion crime.
And then there is Danny Lee sporting another base-layer and another white belt on back-to-back days. Oh, Danny!
Way too much going on here, youngster. Take a look above at Gary Woodland or at Paul Casey in yesterday’s Dime section for a lesson on how to incorporate tie-dye tastefully (never thought I would write that sentence). Please.