- Rickie Fowler decided to wear unusual golfing attire on Thursday in Hawaii
- Fowler wore an untucked Hawaiian shirt, with his top few buttons undone
- He debuted Puma Golf's Aloha collection at Sentry Tournament of Champions
- The American sits tied fourth after one round, shooting four under par
Published: 11:05 EST, 5 January 2018 | Updated: 11:06 EST, 5 January 2018
Rickie Fowler's casual and laid back look in Hawaii at the Sentry Tournament of Champions attracted plenty of attention on Thursday.
Despite shooting an opening round of four under par and ending the day just two shots off the lead in tied fourth, Fowler's golfing attire was the main topic of conversation afterwards.
Fowler, who is no stranger to grabbing attention by adopting some extravagant outfits, gave a nod towards local tradition by deciding to don an untucked Hawaiian shirt at the Plantation Course at Kapalua.
Rickie Fowler wore an untucked Hawaiian shirt at the Sentry Tournament of Champions
Fowler gave a nod to local tradition by donning the laid back Hawaiian shirt on Thursday
The 29-year-old American debuted Puma Golf's new Aloha collection during his first round
If that wasn't already outlandish enough, the world number seven also chose to leave his top few buttons undone, pushing the golfing attire boundaries even further to the limit.
Fowler was in fact debuting Puma Golf's new Aloha collection, which is an assortment of apparel, accessories and footwear designed to celebrate his grandfather's Japanese heritage and the chilled out nature of Hawaii.
Traditionalists are likely to never want to see this shirt ever again but for many at the tournament, it seemed like a very popular choice.
Fowler enjoyed a strong round in his unusual attire, shooting four under par on opening day
Fowler walks alongside Japan's Hideki Matsuyama at the Plantation Course at Kapalua
Fowler's shirt was apparently the best seller in the merchandise tent on Thursday
According to the official Kapalua Golf Resort Twitter page, Fowler's shirt was the best seller in the merchandise tent on Thursday.
And the 29-year-old may opt to wear the unusual attire more often after shooting an impressive 69 during his first round.
Fowler has put himself in early contention and sits just two shots adrift of Australian leader Marc Leishman.
Marc Leishman leads by one shot following the first round after shooting six under par