Hyo Joo Kim had a tasty round on Thursday at the Ricoh Women's British Open -- in more ways than one.
The 2014 Evian Championship winner shot 7-under 65 at Turnberry's Alisa course to take the Day 1 lead at the LPGA's fourth major of the year. She's a shot clear of world No. 2 Lydia Ko, who turned in a career-best major round of 66 to join Cristie Kerr in joint second place.
Kim also made a delicious fashion statement with a sweater that appears to have been a print of three sandwiches stacked on top of one another.
Logos on the sweater make it unclear what the print says, though the word "afternoon" is clear.
The 20-year-old's fashion statement follows on the heels of Mark Calcavecchia's bacon pants, which he wore to win the Principal Charity Classic on the Champions Tour in June.
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