The nadir of golf style, and perhaps all American fashion. Golfers wore trousers purple, magenta, and kelly green that could only be worn on a golf course, and paired the likes of brown polyester with orange nylon. As in the office, men wore turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks on the course. The hound's-tooth pattern became a staple of '70s golfwear, on both pants and shirts. The emergence of golf on TV increased the style influence of pros such as Jack Nicklaus and Johnny Miller.