Here’s how to buy Bryson DeChambeau’s U.S. Open-winning look

Bryson Sunday US Open

Bryson DeChambeau's Sunday look at the U.S. Open was classy and sophisticated — with a little pop of patriotic flair on his feet.

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Newly-minted U.S. Open champion Bryson DeChambeau has been sporting Puma apparel since his very first week as a Tour pro, way back in April of 2016.

Like his Puma stablemates Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson, DeChambeau quickly separated himself with a signature look: a flat cap, which he wears as an homage to the late Payne Stewart, with whom he shares an alma mater SMU, and Ben Hogan.

If you’re looking to upgrade your golf wardrobe, there’s no better place to start than with DeChambeau’s U.S. Open Sunday winning look. Check out the links below to buy each piece of his final-round ensemble, and while you’re at it, take a scroll through the rest of the items on offer in GOLF’s Pro Shop.

Puma Tour Driver Cap

This statement-making headwear features a moisture-wicking performance sweatband to protect sweat from affecting your game and a classic brim designed to shield your face from the sun.
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Puma Cloudspun Caddie Stripe Golf Polo

This classic, sophisticated polo features ultra soft, moisture-wicking fabric with 4-way stretch for unrestricted range of motion.
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Puma Reversible Web Golf Belt

Not only is this belt reversible, It’s reversible, it also features a metal clamp buckle and a bottle opener on the back of the buckle.
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Puma Jackpot Pant

Durable, comfortable, and designed to keep you cool on the golf course, these pants have a stretch waistband and durable polyester construction.
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Puma Limited Edition Ignite Pwradapt Caged Wings Golf Shoes

Anatomically designed to provide outstanding comfort and a perfect, tailored fit, these Puma spiked golf shoes are inspired by Winged Foot’s iconic blue-and-white striped awning.
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