Just curious what everyone thinks. Do the clothes make the golfer, does the golfer make the clothes, or doesn't it matter?
I've found that when I take the time to color co-ordinate my outfit, from top to bottom, clean hat, shirt (sweater or pull-over or vest), shirt, belt, pants or shorts, socks and shoes, glove and clean towel, it makes a huge difference with my mental attitude.
When I look good in all my FJ, Titleist, Cameron and Vokey attire, (any combo of these), and everything is clean and pressed, I feel better.
When I feel better, I stand straighter and therefore, play better.
This is one thing I notice every time I go to a PGA Tour Event. I'm always impressed when the Pros look like pros. I love the look of top of the line golf attire. They walk and act differently than someone who just shows up at the first tee, sweating, like they just rolled out of bed late and pulled on some outfit from the dirty hamper.
Of course, the piece de resistance and proverbial cherry on top is starting off with a new Titleist golf ball right from the box. Keeping it clean and pure every hole.
How important is your physical appearance/attire in relation to your attitude, golf experience and/or score?