I find the whole white belt thing lame. Folks trying to look like the pros on TV. For that matter, I think the pros look lame wearing them. Everyone wants to hit the same driver, use the same shaft, wear the same belt, etc.. as the pros. I think it hurts their golf game and makes them look silly at the same time. The majority of us should not be trying to use the same equipment as our favorite pro, and sure as hell should not be trying to look like them. Like I said, it hurts your game and makes you look lame.
I'm not sure who wears white belts on tour besides Camilo Villegas but nothing wrong to dress like the pros. I don't wear the white belt because of him but because I like it and what belt I wear does not dictate how I play. When I'm dressed better, it may inspire me to play better but not worse. Your logic is horrible in this.
I've had a white belt for 2 years and people have wearing it commonly for longer than that so I guess time is almost up on those white belts.
I know many people (including myself) who have a 34" waist or higher whom are not even close to being overweight. Mind you, most of the people I speak of are all 6'2" or taller and former DIV 1 athletes but others, ar3 35 or 36 and aren't overweight by any means.
As for the OP, I don't know why having variety is a bad thing? A white belt is just another option than the same ole' black or brown belts that we have seen for years. Personally, I have a huge collection of fashionable belts for golf and my every day work/casual attire and love the options. Especially if you have the shoes to match.
Yes, that's why I boldfaced the "I". I do not play with the giants of the Sand Trap where everyone is like 6 foot something. Most of the people I play with are under 6' and any of them over 34" waist are fat. Obviously those stocky athletes can have waists larger than 34" without being fat but not anyone I know of.
Are you saying color match your belt and shoes? Because a lot of people own white shoes and do not own a white belt. I find that brown belt and black shoes work out fine.