The 2019 U.S. Open is upon us, and that means golf fans are in store for some gorgeous views. No, I’m not talking about Pebble Beach’s iconic and scenic 18th hole. I’m talking about the world’s best golfers in some damn good fits.
One of those talented and stylish folks is named Justin Rose. He’s currently number four in the world golf rankings. He’s also one of the tour’s best-dressed players, thanks to a partnership with Bonobos (he even curated a Father’s Day gift guide for the brand). For those of you unfamiliar with how traditionally unstylish golf looks are, look at this photo, and then let me tell you how brands like Bonobos are changing the game.
The days of baggy pants and oversized polos in pro golf are behind us. Bottoms are getting slimmer—but not too slim. Polo’s are fitting better—and adorned with sponsorship logos. Shoes are getting the sneaker culture treatment—and thank God. It’s a whole new (and quite stylish) world out there on the PGA tour, and you don’t have to be Justin Rose to be a part of it. Bonobos’ golf clothing is the best of both worlds—the brand makes golf attire fit for holes 1 through 18, and the 19th, too. They’re the kind of threads you don’t mind wearing to work on a Friday, only to skip out at 4 p.m. to get a quick nine in at a nearby course. And on the course? The flexible, cool, and comfortable options were made for the game.
And so ahead of this year’s bout at Pebble Beach, we got a sneak peek at what Rose will be wearing all four days of the tournament. The best part is, these picks aren’t just for the world number four himself. You can pick up any and all of them and be fully ready for next weekend’s round. Here’s what Bonobos and Rose have in store for the third major championship of the year.