Some seriously dodgy style – including Union Jack trousers – was on display at the 146th Championship
John Daly famously won the 1995 Open at St Andrews wearing a Reebok jumper that looked like something he grabbed from the back of his car at the last minute.
John Daly’s incredible trousers have been on display at Birkdale
The eye-catching slacks were made up of postcards from around the world
And he was back at it in some garish slacks that actually featured pictures of postcards from around the world.
American Justin Thomas rolled back the years in an interesting cardigan and tie combination.
His “classic Open look” by Ralph Lauren featured a “woven knit skinny tie” and, speaking of the look before teeing off, said he couldn’t wait to”rock it”.
Perhaps worst of all were Jason Day’s hi-tops.
Rickie Fowler has donned elasticated trousers with the retro trainer style before.
But Day’s bright white shoes stood out even more so against his all-black attire.
Justin Thomas rolled back the years in this retro look
Justin Thomas’ look drew raised eyebrows from some
Jason Day’s hi-tops made a loud fashion statement at Birkdale
The former world No 1’s white trainers contrasted strongly with his black outfit
The Indian star clearly though white was the order of the day
Anirban Lahiri was impossible to miss in this all-white ensemble
Ian Poulter pulled off the Union Jack look some 13 years ago
Golf legend Gary Player, 81, bellyflops while doing backflip off boat
Speaking of bright, it was impossible to miss Anirban Lahiri in the rough.
The Indian star wore white shoes, white socks, white trousers, white glove, white shirt, white top and white hat.
Fans weren’t immune to a few bad choices though.
One bloke sparked memories of Ian Poulter’s old Union Jack trousers.