Masters 2013 Players’ Outfits (Round 1)

 We’re back at it! Checkout out Mulligang & celebrity stylist, Charmaine Palermo’s review of the players’ outfits from the first round of the 2013 Masters. Posts to follow after each day.

Photo Credits: Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images

We all knew what Tiger would wear a week prior to the Masters. Palermo didn’t though and thinks it’s simple, basic and predictable. Tiger let’s his game speak for itself though. I’ll say it again… Tiger could do with a bit of tailoring in pants.


Lee Westwood looks very sharp in his lime green shirt and crisp white pants and shoes. I recommend a different hat… perhaps a newsboy hat 🙂

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Sergio Garcia is in the provided Adidas Golf athlete’s uniform. A black belt would’ve been better given how busy the top is but Palermo likes the color combination so whatever. Not a big deal when you’re sharing the lead after Round 1.


Ok outfit for for Brandt Snedeker. Top fits well and clean pants with subtle checks. The belt is nice but Palermo doesn’t think it compliments the rest of the outfit  (tough crowd…). She specifically doesn’t like the leather part and think it would’ve been better as a neutral color like a grey canvas per say.


Nice play on colors from Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark. Palermo agrees and likes the yellow shirt with the yellow highlights in his shoes.

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Ryo Ishikawa of Japan shows the importance of a fitted outfit. He’s also rocking the bicep sleeve, which I’ve noticed is a big hit amongst Asians.


Like Tiger, we already know what McIlroy’s outfits are for the week. Only difference is his fit 10 times better.

Ian Poulter pairing plaid pants with pink Puma shoes. Palermo thinks it’s fun and out there. Poulter seems to be pulling it off well…


Jose Maria Olazabal of Spain could’ve gone over the top douchebag with his outfit but instead goes all class pairing a really nice black striped shirt with black pants an a black belt. Only problem is the pants are pleated, which went out of style circa 2000.

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A clean, fitted look for Mickelson. Can’t find a fault with the 3-times Masters Champion.

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Mike Weir of Canada knew that his red pants and belt should be paired with a less bold white shirt. This is probably my favorite outfit of the day. Very basic and subtle but he still stands out.

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Graeme Mcdowell rocking probably the sickest alligator leather belt on tour!

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Gary Player in his traditional black on black on black on black on black… Mad respect to the legend who can probably beat everyone of us in a pushup competition. Old man strength, son!

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Great look for Fuyrk. Nothing special about it until you pair it with his awesome and unique 2-plane swing!


Freddie Couples still looking young and fit at the tender age of 52. He showed the rest of the field in Round 1 that he still has game sitting T-4th with a 4-under-par.


Nice playful colors from the world number 3, Luke Donald. Good outfit because he didn’t go over the top, pairing his bold polo with white pants and a white belt.


Rickie Fowler dressing like Rickie Fowler… enough said…

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Brian Gay looking a bit… er… gay (gay as in jolly!) in this outfit. Sorry dude.. a bit over the top.

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Arnold Palmer rocking the red cardigan on the course! Dude’s a pimp… click here if you don’t believe me!


Adam Scott always looking suave. Probably why he gets all the hot women and the Benz deal. Palermo likes the stripes on Scott’s belt.

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5 thoughts on “Masters 2013 Players’ Outfits (Round 1)

  1. Was Bubba wearing camo? Because he just seemed to disappear. At least he can go home and play with his hovercart over the weekend.

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