Harry Higgs is the owner of golf’s most relatable brio. His affinity for naps and quick meals is only matched by that of his buttons-undone, beard-unshaved, shades-on attire.
Frankly, in a sport defined by trim figures and meticulously crafted style, Higgs is a breath of proletarian fresh air. As for his golf game, that’s rounded into form nicely over the last few weeks. At the Safeway Open on Sunday, his best shot was his approach into the par-5 16th. Higgs hit a boomerang hook around a tree from 240 yards out and left himself two feet for eagle.
“Yeah, that was sick,” he said after a final-round 68 put him at 18 under for the week. “Kind of at the moment I needed it. I’ll remember that one for sure.”
After Sunday’s second-place finish at the Safeway Open, Higgs found himself with his second top-20 finish in three starts — and his most visible PGA Tour performance to date. With that in mind, it’s worth digging a bit deeper into his look, particularly his unbuttoned, deep-V Greyson polo.
This three-button polo from Greyson might appear simple, but inside the collar is some of golf’s most comfortable material. Greyson’s trademark “Brrr” technology is built for days in the sun and heat, combining natural cooling minerals, active wicking and rapid drying technologies to create a shirt that stays in peak performance (and peak comfort), no matter the elements.
Whether you’re popping the color and undoing the buttons in your best Higgsian interpretation, or simply looking to invest in a look you know can withstand the elements, look no further than Greyson.
The Greyson Omaha polo features “Brrr” cooling fabric and is breathable and machine washable, durable to withstand wear after wear and stretchable. The Omaha is designed with a spread collar and three-button closure.