U.S. Open Fashion Dimes and Crimes: day 4

Fashion Recap of Day 4 of the U.S. Open at Winged Foot

Rory leads Nike’s final-round comeback, why JT and BillyHo are All-Americans, and cool blue layers from Webb and Zach. Tour Editor Michael Ruuska wraps up the fashion scene from Winged Foot.

See also: U.S. Open Fashion Dimes and Crimes: Day 3

Fashion Dimes

Webb Simpson (FootJoy)

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I’ve been critical of Webb in the past, however, he has stepped up his game lately. The sweater and shoes steal the show but it’s his tailored pants that elevate the look.

Rory McIlroy (Nike)

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We’ve been harsh on the Nike athletes (and deservedly so) but let’s give credit where credit is due. This arctic blue pullover/polo combination paired with the sail/wolf grey-colored trousers is the best look I saw from Nike at Winged Foot.

Zach Johnson (Kjus & FootJoy)

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Another cool shade of blue that caught my eye; Zach Johnson matched his technical vest with his long sleeve polo for a Dime-worthy look.

Alex Noren (Nike)

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Others tried but failed to pull off this fruity pebbles inspired woven belt (looking at you Jason Day). Alex Noren made it work by letting the belt be the centerpiece of his kit. The navy trousers and a white top were the answers to this belt riddle.

Justin Thomas & Billy Horschel (Ralph Lauren & FootJoy)

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Justin Thomas and Billy Horschel show off the difference between Polo Golf and RLX. JT looks clean, classic, and all-American in the blue and white from Polo Golf. Billy-Ho gives us a sportier, preppy look from RLX. What’s your preference?

Fashion Crimes

Louis Oosthuizen

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With so many stylish technical vests available, Louis opted for this cotton v-neck sweater vest that made him look like he should be teaching high school chemistry.


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