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High Noon Highlights(4/5): Rickie Fowler’s looks for the Masters, siblings accomplish goal

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Rickie Fowler’s looks for Masters week unveiled:

Golf Digest released a post this morning detailing what former Cowboy Rickie Fowler will be wearing when he takes Augusta at the Masters this upcoming week. Hide your credit card because they also have a list of where you can buy the gear so you can look like Fowler when you take the course next.

When it comes to majors, it’s no surprise that Fowler will wear his signature orange shade. A fun surprise he’ll debut at Augusta is Puma’s new Union Camo Collection. The camo trend has been huge in golf recently. From bold camo patterns to subtle tonal versions, there is a camo for every style. Puma’s most recent iteration pays homage to the location of the Masters by incorporating the shape of the state of Georgia and the USA into the design. This pattern is available in green and black on golf shirts, jackets and hats. Rickie will wear both colors of the shirt, a black all-over camo version of the P-Cap and the pattern will be featured on the patch of his flat brim hat on Thursday. This quieter tonal camo is not your traditional hidden-in-plain-site camouflage look; it’s an elevated, Augusta-ready pattern that is ultra-stylish. {Golf Digest}

Factor siblings take on college athletics together:

Cowboy baseball player Cross Factor (what a name!) and his sister Chyenne, a Cowgirl softball player, both always wanted to attend OSU together and play their respective sports for the orange and black. Now that’s becoming a reality for the duo. Jordan Bishop of the Stillwater Newpress writes about their experience.

“Looking back on it now, I wouldn’t want it any other way,” Chyenne Factor said. “I got beat up a lot. I was the fourth child. I had two older brothers and wanted to be like them. Growing up competitive like that helped me for the better.”

The duo helped make Yukon a team to reckon with as Cross and the baseball team took care of business in the spring with Chyenne and the softball squad hitting cleanup in the fall. {Stillwater News Press}

Kevin Dougherty draws reaction from fans:

Check out the reaction from fans when former Cowboy golfer Kevin Dougherty making a water hole-out sans shirt during Savannah Golf Championship.