To the wild colors of the '50s add synthetic fabrics especially nylon and polyester in brown, orange and yellow. Ban-Lon shirts and nylon windbreakers ruled. The country club and the street were in different universes. The caddies looked like hippies; the players looked like Tom Jones playing Vegas. A notable exception was Chi Chi Rodriguez, slim, slouchy and cool. Doug Sanders, a stylish dresser whose socks often matched his shirts, was known as "the peacock of the fairways." The great South African golfer, Gary Player, became conspicuous for his all-black outfits amid the reigning riot of color.