Sweater vibes from Camilo and List, Streb’s style shank, Tringale’s week-long fashion show, and the latest hoodies to hit the links. GolfThreads recaps the fashion scene from the RSM Classic.
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Camilo Villegas (J.Lindeberg)
If you weren’t rooting for Camilo Villegas, then you may not be human. In a year where so many things have been put into perspective, Camilo’s heartbreaking story may be the most sobering. Throughout the week, he looked angelic in an all-white kit and layered up with a grey v-neck sweater from a previous J.Lindeberg collection. Crewnecks have been the sweater style of choice the last few years, but will Camilo spark the return of the classic v-neck? Either way, the open collar of the polo under the v-neck is a certified vibe.
Luke List (Greyson Clothiers)
Speaking of sweaters, Luke List is a model for how to wear a golf sweater in 2020. The fit is on-point, the grey color balances his look, and I like the pop of color provided by the collar of the polo. This is a timeless cold-weather outfit that could find a home in any era.
Joaquin Niemann (Adidas Golf) & Adam Hadwin (Levelwear)
Hoodies continue to have a moment on the fairways. In fact, they are the golf fashion story of autumn. Young guns Joaquin Niemann and Adam Hadwin were the latest players to go the hoodie route. Niemann slipped on Adidas’ COLD.RDY Hoodie, which Tyrrell Hatton wore during his win at the BMW PGA Championship a few weeks ago, while Adam Hadwin turned to Levelwear’s ¼-zip Fuse Hoodie.
Robert Streb (Straight Down)
Black shoes have been in our fashion crosshairs this fall, and Robert Streb was the latest example of why black shoes shouldn’t be worn with light-colored pants. High-contrast pieces will always capture your eye. In this case, your eye is drawn to the black shoes, which makes his outfit feel bottom heavy. Not to mention, pairing black shoes with a brown belt is a Fashion 101 no-no. A white shoe, or even a light brown shoe, would have lightened the look for Streb’s outfit and allowed the eye to focus on the blue patterned shirt.
Cameron Tringale (Greyson Clothiers)
Best Dressed of the Week goes to Cameron Tringale. From Thursday through Sunday, he showed up and showed out in a variety of prints from Greyson. Whether it was the bold and colorful camo pattern on the Wolfscape Polo or the all-over bird microprint on the Birdsong Polo, he highlighted the breadth of Greyson’s collection.
Matt Wallace (J.Lindeberg)
J.Lindeberg’s layering pieces are very lightweight, but who knew they would make you levitate? In all seriousness, hybrid jackets showcase technological advances in golf apparel more than any other piece in your wardrobe. Ten years ago, the thought of zipping up an insulated jacket meant swinging a golf club like the Michelin Man. Now, lightweight insulation, such as the Primaloft Gold padding found in JL’s Packlight Hybrid, packs in the heat with minimal bulk while stretch fabrics allow the arms and body to move freely.
Matthew Fitzpatrick (Under Armour) & Zach Johnson (PXG)
The bobble vs. no bobble debate rages on. I’m certainly in the corner of bobble hats, especially when they have contrasting cuffs and poms. The old-school look brings me back to those vintage sports caps from the ‘70s and ‘80s. Of course, how your knit hat fits is the key to nailing your winter style. Follow Matthew Fitzpatrick’s lead and dial in your fit. While Zach Johnson’s camo option offers some personality, the excess material makes him look like a holiday gnome.