The 2022 Masters Tournament was full of tradition, but players brought some non-traditional golf style. From bold colors, prints and personality, this year was a tournament to remember and had a lot of people talking golf fashion.
We have seen golf fashion make big strides over the last year and many players hopped on board to keep up with the trends. Take a look at some of the funkiest and freshest looks we gathered from the 2022 Masters tournament.
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You knew this review was coming. Tony Finau made a shocking statement in this Nike Dri-Fit long sleeve top. Many said that the color didn’t work together and that it was too bold. This top reminded me of a skateboarder’s style and I was a fan of the Desert Bronze color. The blue and pink should’ve wrapped around the entire top because it looked as if Finau was wearing swim floaties from the back.
Nike Dri-Fit Long-Sleeve Golf Top – $90
Adam Scott of Australia wore an entire outfit of neutrals on Friday’s round. The white shoes were the only pop of a bright color this outfit had.
Woah, Viktor! Almost didn’t see you there. Viktor Hovland came out with a pair of pink or azalea-colored pants on Thursday. He brightened up the field with these J.Lindenberg Stuart Stripe golf pants and definitely caught everyone’s attention.
Tiger Woods’ pink mock neck may almost have, I said almost, outdone his classic Sunday red. This color was extremely flattering and most likely made mock neck sales surge.
It seemed as if Scottie Scheffler’s Nike vest had a busy Saturday. It kept coming off and going right back on in between every swing. Scheffler was also wearing the same blue polo that Tiger Woods wore on Friday.
Nike Therma-Fit ADV Repel Golf Vest – $200
Collin Morikawa kept warm on Saturday with a neck warmer. He was masked up and combatting the cold in style, a bit like a super-cool assassin.
Adidas Alphaskin Neck Warmer – $26