Nick Faldo rocks Union Jack cardigan during British Open practice round

If there is a Man of Muirfield in professional golf, it's Nick Faldo. The six-time major winner snagged two of his three Claret Jugs at Muirfield, and is in the field this week hoping to make his first cut at the Open Championship since 2005.

No matter if he makes it or not, he is the early winner for best show of British support, rocking the Union Jack cardigan during his Wednesday practice round.

The funny thing is, this isn't the first time we've seen such a cardigan. Ian Poulter brought the same cardigan out in 2009, and went with the Union Jack pants back in '04.

Also, John Daly and his Loudmouth pants went the same route a year ago at Lytham, but unfortunately we won't see Daly at all this year because of an injury that has sidelined him the rest of the season.

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