haha, I do get it. Double flaw.I just don't get it. Payne Stewart wore Plus 4s when nobody else was wearing them. John Daly is famous for his Loudmouth outfits. Ian Poulter wears the ugliest pants he can possibly find. Rickie Fowler spent years walking around the course looking like a glow in the dark citrus fruit, and has shown up in Hawaiian shirts for a few tournaments. Tiger wore blade collars. Cameron Champ can't even find two shoes that match. Now all of a sudden people are losing their minds because this kid was in joggers and didn't have his shirt tucked in.
I have played golf in a t shirt and shorts at a muni and possibly not wearing shoes where there is no dress code. As long as the course allows it, then go for it as far as I'm concerned.haha, I do get it. Double flaw.
1- not tucked in
2- basically a t-shirt
I get that not everyone agrees, and I am good with that, I just think tucked shirts represent professionalism. I also don't see why shirts should not have collars. It's pretty wide open to interpretation what is appropriate on the tour, and tons of freedom, but I like maintaining the collar, the tuck, and the pants (even if joggers). Totally personal preference.
are you trying to be witty?Most places I'd get fired if I wore a mechanic's outfit to work too. Or an NBA or NFL uniform, or a farmer or oil rig worker's clothes.
I do get that it's a sloppy look, I don't disagree with that part of it at all. He pulls it off because he's young and lean, but it would definitely be a bad look on a lot of guys. Honestly, I'm surprised the PGA Tour allows it - I always figured their dress code included collared shirts.I have played golf in a t shirt and shorts at a muni and possibly not wearing shoes where there is no dress code. As long as the course allows it, then go for it as far as I'm concerned.
That being said, this is a sloppy look.
Lot more leniency on outerwear than there is on pants/shorts and shirts.This thread is going to end up costing me. I’m going up to Long Island for a couple of weeks during Easter. Before I do, I’m going to stop in the TPC Myrtle Beach pro shop (it’s DJ’s home course) and see if I can pick up a logged version of that hoodie he wore yesterday morning.
It’ll be perfect for early Spring golf up there. I’ll let you guys know what the pro shops I wear it in think, lol.