2014 U.S. Open: Best Day 2 Style

As per usual, with the golf season’s second major comes another fantastic chance to see what the leading apparel companies have up their sleeves. Their players are getting more TV time, and playing in front of larger audiences, so the stakes are raised not only for the athletes but the clothiers as well.

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Here’s who wore their Friday best for the second round of the U.S. Open:

Marcel Siem – Brax Golf
On Thursday, it looked a bit like Gary Woodland was glowing in his hot pink polo. On Friday, it was Marcel Siem’s lower half. The 33-year-old German sported some hot pink pants, topped by a baby blue Brax Golf polo accented with pink and white stripes across the chest. Just imagine if Siem had worn those trousers Thursday, when he too donned a hot pink polo.

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Dustin Johnson – adidas
Blue is arguably adidas’ favorite color, and one of the company’s top players wore the signature shade well Friday. Dustin Johnson sported solid solar blue climalite pants with a navy climachill polo accented with a solar blue block around the shoulders. The adizero one shoes could have added more solar blue to the look, but Johnson wears adidas’ white pure 360 shoes.

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Luke Guthrie – Hugo Boss
It’s not uncommon to see players don red, white and blue for the United States Open, but few ever wear the American flag. Guthrie did so Friday on the back of his Hugo Boss polo shirt, which is called the “Paddy Flag.” We’ve definitely seen worse American pride gestures.

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Justin Rose – Ashworth
The defending U.S. Open champ looked sharp Thursday with his limited-edition Ashworth Majors Collection polo, but we were fonder of Ashworth’s Performance Engineer Chest Stripe shirt on Friday. What really made the look were the dark red stretch trousers running down to the light grey adicross gripmore kicks.

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Jordan Spieth – Under Armour
The 20-year-old doesn’t get too crazy with his getup, and simple shouldn’t be ignored. Spieth sports UA head to toe, and looked great Friday with a light orange Elevated Heather Stripe Polo and navy blue Bent Grass pants. And as usual, he’s wearing the first style of golf shoes UA has ever made. They’re not even available to the public yet, only to Spieth and Gary Woodland.

Jordan Spieth 600

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