This Week In Golf Fashion: Dunhill Links

The Biggest Golf Fits from the Scottish Coast


From trendy hoodies and cozy beanies to insulated vests and luxurious knits, the Dunhill Links Championship served as a four-day style guide for cold-weather golf fashion. Grab your waterproofs and hand warmers; we’re headed to the east coast of Scotland for This Week In Golf Fashion.


Tyrrell Hatton (Adidas Golf)

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If you are not rockin’ hoodies and bobble hats on the course this fall, what are you even doing?

Billy Horschel (Ralph Lauren & FootJoy)

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New-school hoodie and casual five-pocket chinos combined with old-school brogues. The juxtaposition of styles makes this look.

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Shout out to BillyHo’s dad who proved that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Not many 70-year-olds bring this level of fire to the fairways.

Haotong Li (Descente)

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By now you have at least one insulated jacket in your golf wardrobe. The next step is to get one with interesting channeling.

Chris Wood (Nike)

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Ditto for insulated vests.

Thomas Detry (Hugo Boss)

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Another way to wake up your vest game for fall–complementary colors and vibrant accents.

Ewen Ferguson (Puma Golf)

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Sheeesh! Check out this fit. From head to toe, let this serve as your template for a cold-weather golf fit.

Luke Donald & Jamie Redknapp (Greyson Clothiers)

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Sweater weather is upon us and nothing hits the spot like a soft, luxurious cashmere. Here are two jumpers from Greyson that have reached iconic status. Luke Donald in the Twilight Mountain Sweater and Jamie Redknapp in the Koko Hoodie.

Laurie Canter (Galvin Green & FootJoy)

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Dialing in your custom Pro|SLs to match your jacket is a straight-up boss move.

Haydn Porteous (Hugo Boss)

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Trend alert: the neck warmer is looking like the cold weather accessory of the year. Seeing them used for warmth rather than protection is a welcomed sight.

Joost Luiten

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Hoya Saxa! And finally, I need to know the back story here. What’s Joost Luiten’s connection with Georgetown? Did he spend an epic night at the Tombs? Is he a big Patrick Ewing fan? This beanie looks like it has seen more than a few D.C. winters.

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