The Most Stylish People in Golf

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"If I'm not comfortable, then I don't feel good," Wie says.
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The endearing newbie on CBS's announcing crew shines as brightly off camera as she does on it, but as Amanda tells it, keeping it chic isn't always a gimme.
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"Growing up I liked the game, but my passion really came from when I joined the PGA Tour and started to learn the players and storylines."
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When the LPGA enforced a stricter code on plunging necklines last year, Paige Spiranac cried foul - and still turned heads with a style that says, well, Game on. It's one she picked up from another flashy pro, Natalie Gulbis.
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Remember when Horschel flat-out stole the 2014 FedEx Cup? He did it with play as fearless as his fashion choices.
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"Off the golf course, I like to keep things simple," he says.
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"I love wearing shorts and heels. Being in Florida, I'm shorts all the way," she says.
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A tip for men? "Khakis are a no-go," she says. "Go with performance fabric instead."
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She brightens the Golf Channel with her smarts and beauty, he jabs Tour players with his on-point analysis. Their takes on each other? Wedded bliss.
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He's the one with all the clothes" Bailey says. "But I like his looks - very sophisticatedvery suave.""
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He's a man of few words, but his breakthrough win at last year's U.S. Open did all the talking necessary. Brooks likes to make a statement with his look, too, and not surprisingly, it's assertive - like his game.
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"I feel I have my own style," Paula says. "I'm classic but very edgy at the same time."
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The Masters champ tells us he prefers form-fitting clothes. "If it looks good and feels comfortable, that's the best," he says.
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"I'm not big on bright colors. I don't like yellow or orange," says Johnson, pictured here in a killer Prada suit. "I keep it pretty tame."
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On Sundays you know Fowler as the man in the orange, but Rickie's palate extends far beyond one shade, as evidenced by the head-turning get-up he wore to the 2017 Kentucky Derby.