What Is Sergio Garcia Wearing?

Take a look at the apparel and shoes Ryder Cup legend Sergio Garcia is currently using.

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Take a look at the apparel and shoes Ryder Cup legend Sergio Garcia is currently using.

What Is Sergio Garcia Wearing?

Sergio Garcia (opens in new tab) has been with adidas since he turned professional all the way back in 1999 and he signed an extension in 2018 too along with Xander Schauffele (opens in new tab) and Tyrrell Hatton (opens in new tab).

Related: Sergio Garcia What's In The Bag? (opens in new tab)

Sergio has often been a player to wear golf attire that really stands out and this has continued for the 2021 PGA Championship (opens in new tab) as he will don some vibrant and high-performing golf gear.

Check out what he will wear throughout the week below.

What Is Sergio Garcia Wearing?

adidas Heat.Rdy 3-Stripes Polo

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Sergio's first shirt for the week is the Heat.Rdy design in navy. The classic 3-stripes of the adidas logo work its way from sleeve, along the back, to the other sleeve to give a unique style, whilst the heat ready fabrication is breathable, moisture wicking and has a cooling effect to keep you comfortable on the course.

  •  Read our full adidas Heat.Rdy 3-Stripes Polo review  

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adidas Ultimate365 Classic Pants

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On Thursday and Sunday Sergio will opt for the Ultimate365 Classic pants in navy. These classic looking trousers feature moisture-wicking fabric with a water-resistant finish, as well as a sun protection factor of UPF 50+.

  •  Read our full adidas Ultimate365 Classic Pants review  

adidas Camo Polo

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The camo polos from adidas have proven to be very popular of late which explains why the new colours which have been introduced. One of which is the Wild Teal/Acid Mint version pictured above which Garcia will wear on Friday.

The polo is part of the brand's PRIMEGREEN initiative, and as such it is made from 100% recycled polyester. It's camo exterior is very modern and cutting-edge whilst the AeroReady fabric feels nice on the skin.

Don't worry though because if this colour isn't for you, there are several other nice options to choose from.

  •  Read our full adidas Camo Polo review  

adidas Ultimate365 3-Stripes Tapered Pants

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On Friday he will pair the above shirt with white 3-Stripes Tapered Pants. Made from 55% nylon, 34% polyester and 11% elastane, they are designed to offer maximum comfort and freedom of movement with a stretch fabric design.

  •  Read our full adidas Ultimate365 3-Stripes Tapered Pants review  

adidas Equipment Two Tone Mesh Polo

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Perhaps his most understated shirt design for the week, on Saturday Garcia has gone for the Two Tone Mesh Polo. Light and stretchy, it has UPF 50+ sun protection to keep your mind at ease when the sun is out.

  •  Read our full adidas Equipment Two Tone Mesh Polo review  

adidas Pin Roll Trousers

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To go along with the above polo he will wear Pin Roll trousers which continue the trend of trousers that sit above the ankle line of your golf shoes. Perfect for those warm days on the golf course, they are a modern style that we think works in a variety of situations moving from the course to the concrete. Oh and needless to say they are made with 87% recycled polyester too as part of adidas' aim to end plastic waste.

  •  Read our full adidas Pin Roll Trousers review  

adidas Ultimate365 Printed Polo

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His final polo for the week is this Printed design in Acid Mint. The all over graphic looks exactly like the trees Sergio will encounter around Kiawah Island but if the bright colour isn't for you then there are several others to choose from like navy and white.

  •  Read our full adidas Ultimate365 Printed Polo review  

adidas ZG21 Golf Shoes

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Two years in the making and designed to provide golfers with a high-performance shoe that is extremely lightweight and comfortable, the ZG21 went straight into our best golf shoes (opens in new tab) buyer's guide. It weighs just 13 ounces, is waterproof, stability comes from the strategically placed cleats, and the Lightstrike cushioning is top-notch.

So then it should come as no surprise Sergio is wearing these every day this week.

  •  Read our full adidas ZG21 Golf Shoes review  

Adidas 3-Stripes Tour Belt

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A belt often worn out on Tour by several top players, this belt is reversible and has a very cool 3-Stripe design buckle. Sergio has worn it at various tournaments in the past so he appears to be a fan.

  •  Read our full Adidas 3-Stripes Tour Belt review  

adidas 3 Stripe Tour Cap

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Finally Garcia has the 3 Stripe Tour cap on as well.

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Sam Tremlett
Sam Tremlett

A golfer for most of his life, Sam started playing the game to prove he was the best player out of his father and two brothers.
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Unfortunately, Sam is not a member of any club at the moment but regularly gets out on the golf course to keep up the facade of having a handicap of five. 


Sam is currently playing:
Driver: Titleist TS3
Fairway Wood: TaylorMade M5 (15 degrees), Nike Covert Tour 2.0 (19 degrees)
Irons (4-PW): Titleist AP2
Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 54˚, 58˚
Putter: Scotty Cameron Circa 62 #6