Worst Dresser on the PGA.. - Page 4
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I'm not liking the shirts they're putting him in at all. I have noticed that he has looked pretty bad the last couple of tournaments (maybe it's the secret?)
You talking about Tiger or Rory, because I don't understand the new Tiger shirts with the splash of color. Looks like he was walking with a can of pink paint and then tripped and *SPLASH*
I was talking about Rory but Tiger is a good example as well! Not feeling either one right now.
LOL at most of these pictures being so outdated. . Like Golfingdad said something you wouldn't wear and being the worst dressed are two totally different things. I don't like the new Nike apparel or the pants with the spilt at the hem and I think that Rickie Fowler should tone it down a little but I wouldn't say they are the worst dressed. I'd say Brenden de Jonge and Kevin Stadler, if they're shirts aren't accentuating their stomachs then their pants look like a flag swaying in the wind. Ian Poulter's plaid pants look like the plaid cargo shorts found at Walmart and never coordinate let alone "match" with the rest of the outfits. I don't understand not having your pants (or shirts) altered unless thats how they prefer them Jimmy Walker enough said. According to most of the brands social media posts, the outfits are chosen by the company. I think alot to do with how well/poorly they're dressed has to do with logo placement and the size of the logo(s) and the cut of the pants. I am a little surprised I didn't see more votes for Billy Horschel.
Tony Finau on the Web.Com Tour always looks a mess to me. Shirt untucked and pants that appear to be worn way below the hip
I personally like his RLX clothing. Based on some of the other things said here just surprised his octopus or pink plaid pants and "army" belts didn't receive a little more hate
I had a feeling that this was related to body hair and googled "Bubba top button", sure enough:
“I didn’t like how my chest hair stuck out from the top of my shirts, so I started buttoning them all the way up to the top. Now, everybody recognises me as the guy who buttons his shirts to the top, so it’s just something I do naturally.” - Bubba
It's born from insecurity when he was a teenager and just kept going from there. Now he's stuck with it, if he got caught unbuttoned it would be a social media meltdown.