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Fashion Roundup: Week of Nov. 18-24
Poults goes purple, Doc steals JT’s look, and Koepka plays it super casual while sitting courtside
  Mickey Brown // 11.22.2019

Although the shoes Rory McIlroy wore during the pro-am at the DP World Tour Championship—the season-concluding event in the European Tours Race to Dubai—appear conservative at first, a closer look reveals some interesting detailing around the collar and on the soles. 

Ol Poults is at it again, this time with a shirt and pair of pants that (somewhat) complement each other with their purplish tones.

Thomas Detry’s glove is a shout-out to the school colors of his alma mater, the University of Illinois.

Maybe Justin Thomas started a trend. Here we see Doc Redman rocking a hoodie à la JT during the pro-am at the RSM Classic.

A man known for his taste in footwear, Scott Hend models these multi-colored bad boys at the DP World Tour Championship.

Brooka Koepka attends the Miami Heat-Cleveland Cavaliers game in an outfit that looks like it was ripped straight out of the grunge scene of the early ’90s.

Joost Luiten (left), Tyrrell Hatton (middle), and Louis Oosthuizen don shirts of a similar pinkish hue in the first round at the DP World Tour Championship.

No stranger to the Fashion Roundup, Erik van Rooyen shows a little skin thanks to these joggers and low-cut socks.

A rose for a Rose? Justin Rose’s polo has the thorny flower printed all over it. 

This psychedelic skirt worn by So Yeon Ryu during the first round of the CME Group Tour Championship is, like, far out, man.

The competitors at the Daio Paper Elleair Ladies—this week’s  stop on the LPGA Tour of Japan—brought their A game when it came to pants. From left to right: Megumi Kido, Sayaka Takahashi, and Erika Hara.

Talk about a head-to-toe look. Mamiko Higa is working the you-know-what out of this outfit.

Mami Fukuda pays tribute to the Home of Golf with this pullover knit.

What Nelly Korda’s outfit lacks in color it makes up for in chicness.

Almost every golfer on Tour with subpar vision either wears contacts or has gotten laser eye surgery—but not Dylan Frittelli. The South African proudly wears his glasses while he plays, which gives him a distinct look from his fellow competitors.

Players were dressed to the nines at the LPGA Rolex Players Awards in Naples, Florida. From left to right: Lexi Thompson, Cheyenne Knight, and Celine Boutier.

Rafa Cabrera-Bello didn’t have his best day on the links in the second round of the DP World Tour Championship, shooting a 1-over 73, but at least he looked good doing it.

If he’d added a dash of pink to his outfit, RCB would have blended right in with the signage in Dubai.

Nothing says swag like a personalized yardage book holder.

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