Face it: Golf has long been associated with fashion — mainly, the lack of it. But these days, several players stand out above the rest of the bland field when it comes to style and fashion trendsetting. Here are our favorites.

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Fred Couples
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Fred Couples
No one looks more relaxed on the links than he, thanks to his demeanor and casual clothes. Couples is Ashworth’s longtime poster boy, and he helped make the brand cool. When he wore skateboarding-style Eccos at last year’s Masters, he created a national rage for the shoes.

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Ian Poulter
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Ian Poulter
This Brit somehow makes loud clothing, wild belts and sunglasses seem really appealing. His lively personality only enhances the look.

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Natalie Gulbis
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Natalie Gulbis
She’s gorgeous, and she knows how to pull off a short skirt. Gulbis has done Fashion Week in New York, which helped soften the LPGA Tour’s image, and a season on NBC’s The Apprentice strengthened her influence, proving she can gracefully and intelligently model nongolfwear as well.

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Graeme McDowell
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Graeme McDowell
Last year’s U.S. Open champ exudes class and elegance. Think V-neck cardigan over plain polo, paired with dress pants and classic leather shoes.

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Paige Mackenzie
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Paige Mackenzie
The 5’8” Washington state native says she likes simple, comfortable clothing. And she seems to feel right at home modeling timeless golf apparel from MiC Sportswear on the links.