The Team USA wardrobe selections have almost been as bad as some of the pairings chosen by captain Jim Furyk.
I’m struggling to think what has been worse, the combination of Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed or this cap and beanie effort from the 14-time major champ.
Once again, we saw real unity from the Europeans and a complete mixed bag from their opponents.
This four-button-down polo saw a fair bit of action but I don’t think golf fans will be rushing to the merchandise tent to get their hands on one.
After his horror show on Friday, we did not see Phil Mickelson make an appearance on Saturday. But he was definitely there in spirit.
All the American players sported a pair of pin-stripe trousers in Lefty’s honour.
There was some good news though as Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas finally managed to get their outfits in sync.
Maybe it was no coincidence they delivered America’s only point in the morning fourballs?
Maybe I’m being a little harsh on our friends from across the pond?
No, I think I’m on steady ground…
The one positive has probably been this padded blue and white jacket – easily the standout garment from the Team USA wardrobe.
When it comes to the European team there has been very little to talk about. Which can only be a good thing.
Hopefully it’s images like this which will be the lasting memory of the 2018 Ryder Cup.
This orangey-brown, beige trouser combo certainly meant business on day two.
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