The teams for this year's Ryder Cup haven't been completely solidified yet, but Team USA already has a pretty slick lineup of uniforms to wear for the festivities at Whistling Straits in late September.
Exactly who will be sporting these Ralph Lauren ensembles is still not quite set in stone, as the team won't be finalized until captain Steve Stricker selects the remaining six players for his squad. Collin Morikawa, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Thomas, and Patrick Cantlay have made the cut, while pros like Jordan Spieth and Xander Schauffle remain on the selection bubble.
Stricker is, of course, going to do his due diligence in putting together a team that will snap the United States' current losing streak. Despite winning more tournaments overall over Europe, the Cup has eluded Team USA seven out of the last nine events. The United States last won the Cup in 2016 with Davis Love III at the helm of the team. That victory also produced one of the funniest photos of the sporting season, courtesy of Rickie Fowler.
No one to kiss after a Ryder Cup victory?— ESPN (@espn) October 3, 2016
Rickie Fowler didn't seem to care.
[Credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images] pic.twitter.com/qOT74spzFT
Of course, the only question bigger than who will be on the team is whether the team will get along. Stricker said in a recent interview he has made sure Koepka and DeChambeau have put their ongoing feud to rest ahead of the tournament, but it's anyone's guess as to whether the rivals can hold to that promise once the Ryder Cup gets underway.