Go back in time and check out the progression of fashion in women's golf. Here are the past 10 U.S. Women's Open Champions and what they wore on Sunday.
Since 1956, women’s golf wear has taken it’s own form. In the 50’s-80’s, you saw neutral colors in baggy cotton from head to toe. Today, there’s professionally engineered wicking material in every color you can imagine. It has transformed to conform to the demands that the game has for its players, allowing them to express themselves in the process. We looked back in history through the last eight USGA U.S. Women’s Open Champions, and what they wore on Sunday.
Where do you think it will go from here? Will we ever see the long high waisted 50’s skirt again? What do you wear on Sunday? Let us know on social media. #LifeInPlay