Mikael Lundberg showed off his futuristic golf apparel while displaying some fine form at Crans-sur-Sierre.
Published: 02 September 2010Mikael Lundberg got off to a great start at the Omega European Masters, while wowing the crowd with his keen golf fashion sense.
The Swedish golfer took to the field in a futuristic blue golf shirt with subtle white trim, sporting a matching golfer's cap.
A stylish white belt, featuring a classic metal buckle, stood as the centrepiece to the 37-year-old's pair of dark golf trousers.
His first round at Crans-sur-Sierre got off to a stunning start as Lundberg hit a string of birdies, punctuated by a hole-in-one.
This rare feat earned him the prize of a single gold ingot provided by Swiss bank Credit Suisse, worth about €23,000 (£19,000) and given to the first player to make an ace in the event.
Italian golfer Matteo Manaserro also displayed a strong showing at Crans-sur-Sierre, setting an early clubhouse lead and looking suave in his golf sweater.
Despite his strong start, things started to fall apart for Lundberg as he reached the turn and picked up his first bogey of the round. He finished for the day tied for 33rd position at two-under par.
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