US Masters 2014 Style Highlights Saturday
Posted at April 13, 2014
Rickie Fowler, Puma Golf
So, we might be a little biased, but we must once again begin with Rickie Fowler and his Saturday Puma Golf outfit. This Raglan Digi golf shirt and Monolite golf pants combination features in much of the Puma campaign imagery and it's for good reason! Rickie is in contention for securing his first ever major at the US Masters and tees off with Miguel Angel Jimenez in the third last pairing today.
Jonas Blixt, Puma Golf
Another Puma Golf star, Jonas Blixt is also in the mix at the top of the US Masters leaderboard. He sits T3 alongside Matt Kuchar and will bid to become the first man from Scandinavia to win any golfing major.
Rory McIlroy, Nike Golf
Rory McIlroy only just made the cut on Friday at the Masters and, as a result, teed off all alone on Saturday for Round Three. Rory led off from the clubhouse and also led the way in terms of style, with his blue and white Nike combination a very popular outfit choice amongst other golfers. Who said golf fashion doesn't work in trends?
Bubba Watson, Oakley Golf
Bubba Watson had a comprehensive three stroke lead going into round three and is still sitting pretty at the top of the leaderboard, albeit tied with youngster Jordan Speith. We've asked it before, we'll ask again. Can Bubba win his second Green Jacket in three years in 2014?
Jordan Spieth, Day Three Leader
This baby-faced star was the PGA Tour's rookie of the year last season and many will have had their eye on Jordan Spieth for glory at Augusta this week. He looked incredibly cool and composed on the course during round three but will this be the same come Masters Sunday? Jordan is the joint leader and will pair up with Bubba Watson in 2014's final group.
Jason Day, Adidas Golf
Jason Day kept the trend going with his blue Adidas golf shirt and white golf trouser combination. He currently sits two over par and can't be ruled out for a final day charge today!
Thorbjorn Olesen, Nike Golf
Thorbjorn Olesen is our kind of man. A real golf-poser, wearing these Vivid Blue trousers from the Nike SS14 collection. He won't win, but he is at least in contention for GP's most stylish man of the US Masters, 2014!
Adam Scott, Masters champion of 2013, was fancied by many but sits six shots behind the lead going into Masters Sunday. He also wore blue and (almost) white trousers - clearly the chosen look for Moving Day!
Lee Westwood, Druh Belts
Everybody, rejoice. Lee Westwood has made it into our 'Good' outfit section! Arguably playing it safe with blue and white, Lee looked a lot happier on Saturday and his third round reflected that - a round of 70 becoming his best so far at the US Masters 2014. Right in contention to seal his first major come Sunday evening.
Miguel Angel Jimenez, Nebuloni
OK, maybe not the shirt, but we love Miguel Angel Jimenez and his classic Nebuloni golf shoes. Miguel will tee off alongside Rickie Fowler on Sunday and we can't wait to see the contrast in styles of these two sartorial gents!
Martin Kaymer, Hugo Boss
Martin Kaymer seems to have been out of sync all week at the US Masters and also wore the blue/white combination the wrong way around with his Hugo Boss Paddy MK shirt on Saturday. It still looks good, though, and coincidentally has just become available online at Golfposer.
and finally...Jan Gal
Lastly, here is LPGA star Sandra Gal and her father, Jan Gal. We just wanted to say that we love the shorts/sunglasses combination, Jan!
Henrik Stenson, Hugo Boss
Sorry, Henrik. We love your style and we love Hugo Boss clothing - but the shirts you have been wearing this week are not from the new Summer 2014 Hugo Boss golf collection. Inexcusable.
Justin Rose, Adidas Ashworth
Justin, Justin, Justin. Your Adidas x Ashworth outfit looks good. But you wore this identical combination on Thursday and we even included you in our Masters Thursday style highlights video. Did you not expect to be playing this weekend and only pack for the first two days?
Jeff Knox, Augusta National
It's a shame for Augusta National club member, Jeff Knox. Had he known he would be photographed by so many on Masters Saturday having to mark for a certain Rory McIlroy, we are pretty sure he would have planned for a better outfit. An ill fitting shirt and sweater vest combination in the dullest of greys; maybe he was just trying to take the attention away from Rory's indifferent form this week?