If any American player was going to rock a snazzy pair of shoes at the Ryder Cup then fashion-forward Justin Thomas was always the man for the job.
Thomas was the lead performer for the stars and stripes in his Ryder Cup debut at Le Golf National in 2018 when taking four points from a possible five, taking down Rory McIlroy on the 18th hole in the Sunday Singles - albeit in a convincing team loss for USA.
Ahead of the action in their clash against Europe at Whistling Straits, the World No.6 has taken to social media to show off his new pair of FootJoy shoes for the 2020 Ryder Cup - yes, it's keeping that title as it was pushed back a year due to the Covid pandemic.
Thomas teamed up with Nomad Customs to design his latest pair of FJ shoes.
Check them out in the post below, and click on the button to the right of the post to view more images:
As you can see, the shoe features AMERICA on the back.
There is also room for Uncle Sam, Lady Liberty and a bald eagle.
It doesn't get this much more patriotic when it comes to a US Ryder Cup golf shoe.
Hat tip to Nomad Customs, FootJoy and JT for this outstanding piece of work.