Si Woo Kim (TravisMathew)
Si Woo Kim may have closed the door on THE PLAYERS Championship field late on Sunday, but from a fashion standpoint, his best look of the week came a day earlier with this black-on-black kit. These dark monochromatic looks are fairly easy to execute, but the key to success is keeping the proportions in check. Kim did just that with modern fits that struck a happy medium between not too tight and not too baggy.
The biggest risk taker of the week was also the best dressed. Yuta Ikeda pushed the fashion boundaries with colorful pants that made a huge impact. The checked trousers and the long placket looked like a modern take on one of Johnny Miller’s outfits from the ‘70s. Saturday’s salmon colored pants made a bold statement and worked well with the navy blue shirt, shoes and accessories.
Michael Kim (AG Green Label)
Simple and sophisticated wins every day of the week. As much as I talk about vibrant colors and cool prints, you can never go wrong with a crisp white shirt, well-tailored navy trousers, a matching belt, and some sick bespoke brogues.
Billy Horschel (RLX Ralph Lauren)
Billy Horschel caused a bit of controversy on Friday with his walk-off chip-in, but there is no debating the fact that his outfit from Ralph Lauren was one of the best of the week. Mixing light and dark shades of blue is always a smart strategy, and Horschel added a stylish twist to the look with micro print trousers.
Jason Day (Nike Golf)
Chlorine Blue is one of Nike’s key colors for summer and Jason Day debuted it in style. This is a great color for summer! It’s bright, fun, and as refreshing as jumping in a pool on a hot summer’s day. Day paired it with white pants, but it works equally as well with light or dark gray.
Dustin Johnson (Adidas Golf) & Kyle Stanley (Nike Golf)
With most of the field participating in the Pink Out on Sunday, standing out from the crowd was no easy feat. Dustin Johnson and Kyle Stanley turned heads by dialing up two of the best looks of the day with intense hues, tonal belts, and razor sharp fits.
Lefty typically sticks with a neutral color palette of black, white and gray, but he amped up his looks with muted greens, blues, and pinks at the Stadium Course. If your golf wardrobe is in a bit of a rut, take a cue from Phil and add some dusty pastels to the mix this summer.
Mackenzie Hughes (Ping Apparel)
Fit and texture are two of the best ways to take your outfits to the next level. Check out the tailoring of the sleeves on Mackenzie Hughes’ shirt. They are the perfect width and length. The marled print also brings an added dimension and elevates the standard blue-shirt-grey-pants setup.
Lucas Glover (Linksoul)
If these new fangled athletic looks aren’t for you, then follow Lucas Glover’s example. Glover mixes timeless styles with contemporary details as well as anyone. The classic stripes and button-down collar can find a home in any decade, while the fit and the gray belt are distinctly modern.