Golf is all about style. Forget about how you play—well don't because that makes you cool, too—but having a great look always puts an emphatic exclamation point to your golf game.
Look no further for your prime example than superstar and one of the greatest golfers to ever step onto a golf course, Tiger Woods.
Above you can see what he rocked Friday, representing the red, white and blue. Talk about looking fresh. If you think that's sharp, check out what he rocked during Thursday's opening ceremony.
Talk about stylin' and profilin'. Ric Flair would be impressed.
Woods has had a great year in the scheme of things, if you don't look at the win column. His play in the early stages of tournaments has been great, but his inability to finish has put him in porous positions down the stretch.
Yet, Woods still gives the Americans the best chance of defeating the competition at the Ryder Cup.
Tiger wasn't the only one rocking fresh attire. Check out what Graham McDowell was wearing.
Rory McIlroy, looking to cap off his great 2012 campaign, also came to the country club looking fresh.
Ryder Cup action may be a step below the four majors, but it's still up there. It's the greatest team event in golf, and players are thrilled and honored to be a part of it.
I recently talked to Peter Hanson's golf coach Gary Gilchrist and he had this to say about the Ryder Cup:
"The Ryder Cup is the best team event out there. It's not as important as the four majors because that's the main goal as a golfer, but it's way up there. The memories of playing in the event and playing for your side is very important."
If you haven't watched the Ryder Cup before you are in for a real treat. Emotions will be high with respect on the line, and any time you have those two components, great television will be made.