Best Golf Outfits of 2015

Outfits we fell in love with during the 2015 majors

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Golf Monthly takes a look at the impressive outfits worn by players whilst playing in the majors . By Jonathan Spencer

Best Professional Outfits of 2015

After looking at the wonders of the beard, we've got the taste for more. This time we take a look at the best outfits worn by players at majors in 2015.

The majors have provided a great opportunity for the players to strut their stuff down the years and it has left a lasting effect.

We are always quick to downgrade players' outfits and some in the past have been very dubious to be honest, including these at the USPGA, the Open, the Masters and the US Open, so it's time to look at the best in the business and there are some crackers.

We all hide the fact we think very carefully about what to wear on a golf course when we wake up. So if you love looking flash on the course, then look no further.

The nominees that make our list include Dustin Johnson, Tom Watson, Billy Horschel, Henrik Stenson, Bryson DeChambeau, Rickie Fowler, Ian Poulter and Luke Donald.

Plenty of manufacturers have made the cut and the competition goes on to produce the best outfits in 2016. Who will take the crown?

 

Billy Horschel

These colours worn by Billy Horschel at the Masters are brilliantly combined. Never thought green went with anything really!

Billy Horschel

These colours worn by Billy Horschel at the Masters are brilliantly combined. Never thought green went with anything really!

Henrik Stenson

Henrik Stenson turned up well to the Masters. It goes quite well with the trousers too. Another touch of class added to the Masters.
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Henrik Stenson

Henrik Stenson turned up well to the Masters. It goes quite well with the trousers too. Another touch of class added to the Masters.

Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter is a certainty on this list. Poulter never fails to amaze us with his outfits. He pulls these plaid-pants off well and the shirt isn't bad either.
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Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter is a certainty on this list. Poulter never fails to amaze us with his outfits. He pulls these plaid-pants off well and the shirt isn't bad either.

Bryson DeChambeau

This old fashioned outfit caught our eye during the US Open at Chambers Bay. This needs to stick around
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Bryson DeChambeau

This old fashioned outfit caught our eye during the US Open at Chambers Bay. This needs to stick around

Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler is well known for his more flamboyant outfits but this relaxed approach at the US Open works well.
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Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler is well known for his more flamboyant outfits but this relaxed approach at the US Open works well.

Dustin Johnson

Grey on grey usually doesn't work well but if one man can pull it off, it's Dustin. The grey adidas jumper goes well with the white TaylorMade cap. This outfit was worn during the 2015 Open Championship at St. Andrews
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Dustin Johnson

Grey on grey usually doesn't work well but if one man can pull it off, it's Dustin. The grey adidas jumper goes well with the white TaylorMade cap. This outfit was worn during the 2015 Open Championship at St. Andrews

Tom Watson

It just wouldn't be the same without this guy. Tom Watson has the pose to go with this fantastic sweater. The blue sweater and glove was a lovely touch for the Scottish fans at St. Andrews during the Open.
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Tom Watson

It just wouldn't be the same without this guy. Tom Watson has the pose to go with this fantastic sweater. The blue sweater and glove was a lovely touch for the Scottish fans at St. Andrews during the Open.

Luke Donald

Well Luke Donald's pink trousers from the USPGA leave their mark don't they? A very good mark in fact. This photo is slightly ruined by the caddies choice of socks...
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Luke Donald

Well Luke Donald's pink trousers from the USPGA leave their mark don't they? A very good mark in fact. This photo is slightly ruined by the caddies choice of socks...


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