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 [the European] 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 .