This Week In Golf Fashion: WM Phoenix Open

Rory’s lucky belt(?), James Hahn is dealing, Nick Taylor’s No-Show, Viktor’s multi-purpose jacket, and desert-themed shirts you didn’t realize you needed in your life. GolfThreads is here to get you caught up on all the fashion happenings from the WM Phoenix Open.

See also: This Week In Golf Fashion: The Celebrity Edition

Rory McIlroy (Nike Golf)

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So far in 2023, Rory has worn this beautiful House of Fleming belt for each of his final rounds (all other days he has opted for his usual Nike woven belts). I asked House of Fleming if this would be a trend going forward and they insinuated that there could be some luck in that belt of his….

J.T. Poston (Vineyard Vines & FootJoy)

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Vineyard Vines redesigned the cuffs on the Seaton Golf Hoodie based on feedback from J.T. Poston. Apparently, he prefers cuffs that stay up when he pulls up his sleeves. Makes sense, right? This has been incorporated into the new design.

Max Homa (FootJoy)

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Why do coyotes howl in the night? Because they can only see cactuses during the day. I never thought I would say this, but I need more coyote/cactus print shirts in my life. Thank you, FootJoy.

Jordan Spieth (Under Armour)

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It was refreshing to see Jordan Spieth get out of his comfort zone and add some printed polos to his repertoire. Look for Under Armour to offer more prints such as the abstract sketch and rodeo/cactus as they relaunch their franchise UA Playoff 3.0 Polos. These will have an updated “modernized” loose fit (cleaned up through the shoulders but maintain the loose feeling through the midsection).

Brian Gay (G/FORE)

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I miss having Brian Gay as a regular on the PGA Tour. However, my wallet does not. I always found myself buying what he wore! And now I need this G/FORE Killer T’s/Circle G embossed leather belt (sigh).

Viktor Hovland (J.Lindeberg & Nike Golf)

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This stylish J.Lindeberg Jarvis Mid Layer has the feel of a vintage track jacket. However, JL designed it to be worn on the ski slopes or the golf course. I guess you could say it’s versatile!

Nick Taylor (adidas Golf)

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Looks like Nick Taylor is flexing a polo from the new adidas Ultimate365 Tour collection. The highlight of this new line is the No-Show technology. No-Show is made of materials that are designed to hide the appearance of sweat through the combination of hydrophobic and hydrophilic yarns in a double-knit construction. As you begin to sweat, the yarns absorb the moisture from the surface of the skin and distribute it along the inside of the fabric, keeping you dry and comfortable, and limiting ugly sweat stains.

James Hahn (Puma Golf)

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If you are in the market for premium performance trousers, check out Puma’s Dealer bottoms. They are equally perfect for both casual and formal settings. They come in three different fits (from tailored to relaxed) and 11 colorways.

Erik van Rooyen (Greyson Clothiers & ECCO)

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The eye-catching design on this Greyson Clothiers Spirit World Polo is inspired by the folklore of neighboring state, New Mexico.

Justin Thomas (Greyson Clothiers & FootJoy)

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Typically, I am not a fan of black monochromatic kits but JT looked bad-ass on Sunday.

Rory Sabbatini (Bugatchi & FootJoy)

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While I am NEVER a fan of monochromatic red I am digging the new FootJoy Hyperflex Carbon Golf Shoes. These will excite fans of the Hyperflex series by offering even more stability, comfort, and performance. The updates include a molded carbon fiber power plate for Tour-level stability and performance, a Power Stabilizer that ensures a secure foundation, and additional underfoot cushioning.

Taylor Moore (B.Draddy & FootJoy)

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Taylor Moore is quietly one of the best-dressed guys in golf. He pairs B.Draddy tops with Greyson Montauk Trousers and FootJoy Premiere Series shoes for a winning combination.

Feature image taken by my friend, Nicholas Carlon

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