"If you want to get noticed, wear some bright colors," says one fan dressed all in orange at Chambers Bay on Tuesday. Busy patterns and preppy styles also abound on the U.S. Open course and in the 41,000-square-foot merchandise pavilion.
With more than 250,000 spectators expected this week at Chambers Bay, how do you stand out in the crowd while staying comfortable walking the rigorous course in the sun?
“If you want to get noticed, wear some bright colors,” says Zachary Annicchiarico of Edmonton, Alberta. On Tuesday, Zachary dressed completely in orange in honor of his favorite player, Rickie Fowler.
Bright colors, busy patterns and preppy styles abound on the course and in the 41,000-square-foot merchandize pavilion full of U.S. Open-branded items.
Other tips from fans attending the practice rounds are to dress in layers, bring a sun hat and don’t forget the sunscreen.
Watch the video to see what people are sporting at Chambers Bay and learn how to stand out just like the pros this week at the U.S. Open.