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Fashion: For Pete(r)'s sake! Internationals look good

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For Pete(r)'s sake! If the International Presidents Cup team's wardrobe provides any indication of what's in store for the golf next week in Ohio, the U.S. team had better bring their A-game.

Peter Millar will outfit team captain Nick Price, captain's assistants Shigeki Maruyama, Mark McNulty and Tony Johnstone, along with all International team participants for the Opening Ceremony, as well as provide on-course attire, including knit shirts, pants and sweaters.

Internationals Presidents Cup scripting

The uniforms of the International team at the Presidents Cup combine the rich history of the event with Peter Millar's signature style – timeless craftsmanship, superb sophistication and bright hues of wearable color.

The week’s events will welcome the finest in luxury apparel styling, uniquely tailored clothing and performance fabrics with the International team donning expertly crafted tailored clothing from luxurious super 120’s wool, imported cotton dress shirts, silk neckwear, 100 percent cashmere sweaters and superfine wool pants along with high-performance fabrics.

The Internationals will certainly look the part, but with four consecutive losses in the biennial event, they'll need to play the part if they want to take the cup away from the Americans.