At the British Open in Carnoustie, Scotland, the drizzly, windy weather had the golfers donning their usual pullovers and sweater vests. But sweaters tend to add bulk, and as the day goes on, players got hot. Several top pros chose a new twist: pairing a light polo shirt with a long-sleeved undershirt, for insulation. The contrasting colors of the longer sleeved shirt beneath often resulted in a vivid two-tone look.
Mike Weir chose a black undershirt with his two-tone golf shirt.
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Tiger Woods had his own two-tone approach: a camel-colored Nike sweater over a tight, long-sleeved white mock turtleneck.
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Sergio Garcia played the final round in a bright green Adidas polo shirt with a white mock turtleneck beneath.
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Boo Weekley stood out in a camouflage-print. Several reporters initially thought he was heavily tattooed.
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Rich Beem also went for a tight-fitting long-sleeve jersey, almost like a second skin, under his golf shirt.
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