Miguel Ángel Jiménez—aka the Most Interesting Golfer in the World—chomps on his favorite accessory during the pro-am at the Open de España in Madrid. (We’d be remiss if we didn't also mention the badass belt buckle.)
We could have made an entire gallery from just a single round’s worth of outfits from the Japan Women’s Open Championship—seriously, the competitors at this event pushed the proverbial envelope when it came to their attire—but we settled on this heavenly ensemble worn by Megumi Kido.
With his flat cap and highly reflective shades, Rikard Karlberg of Sweden is one cool cat.
Welsh footballer Gareth Bale looks relaxed as all get-out while playing the role of spectator at the Open de España.
“Real men don't wear pink.” “Don’t wear white after Labor Day.” Playing in the first round at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, Matthew Wolfe says “pshaw” to your fashion rules.
We couldn’t resist tossing in another example of the incredible fashion that was on display at the Japan Women’s Open Championship. This outfit worn by Chie Arimura has us swooning.
Spain’s Adrián Otaegui dons a different kind of pirate hat. (Otaegui’s nickname is “El Pirata,” which, depending on who you ask, he acquired for his propensity for stealing either women or birdies.)
Korea’s Mi Jung Hur brings a tropical vibe to the LPGA’s Volunteers of America Classic—which was staged near decidedly landlocked Dallas—with this shirt adorned with images of flip-flops, sunglasses, and other beachy accoutrements.