Rickie Fowler's wearing an untucked Hawaiian shirt at the 2018 Tournament of Champions
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Rickie Fowler’s wearing an untucked Hawaiian shirt at the 2018 Tournament of Champions


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Rickie Fowler is wearing -- gasp! -- an untucked Hawaiian shirt at the year-starting 2018 Sentry Tournament of Champions.

The shirt, which is part of Puma Golf's special Aloha collection celebrating the Hawaiian start to the PGA Tour year, is a button-up Hawaiian-print shirt using the company's dryCell moisture-wicking fabric to keep Fowler looking good.



The pattern on the Thursday shirt, which is a mixture of traditional Hawaii with golf clubs in an X pattern, is repeated on the special Puma hat he's wearing this week.

The collection also features a more traditional polo shirt with a pocket featuring the pattern as an accent. There are shorts and a T-shirt, too.

The best part may be the special Ingite Pwradapt golf shoes, which feature the pattern as an accent and just look mighty slick.

This is a fun look to start the year, and there's nothing wrong with a properly fitting untucked golf shirt every now and then. Besides, this looks a million times better than when Jim Furyk used to wear button-up shirts totally tucked in like a lazy office worker who didn't want to wear long sleeves anymore.


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