Who are the worst dressers on the PGA Tour?
Our friends over at Bleacher Report have posted an interesting photo gallery in which Mike Dudurich anointed the 10 worst dressers on the PGA Tour. Let’s just say it’s a subjective list – and, really, what can be more subjective than the fashion choices of pro golfers?
Some of his picks are awfully easy to agree with. Some others, however … well, let’s just say I think it’s Dudurich who’s commiting the fashion faux pas. My biggest beef is that some of the golfers he cites as fashion-backward I find to be a fun break from the norm.
Here’s one example: He’s calls Ian Poulter one of the flashiest dressers on Tour, but then wonders whether his look "plays better on that side of the ocean."
Here’s another: He says Sergio Garcia "believes every color goes well with every other color" and "many times conjures up images of a walking box of crayons."
Hey Mike, that’s just harsh. Personally, I think players like Poulter and Garcia usually look distinctive yet stylish out on the links, and I get bored looking at pairing after pairing of players outfitted in primary colors. This is golf we’re talking about, not a Fortune 500 board meeting.
But hey, that’s just my opinion. Click on over to the gallery and let us know what you think.
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