Or, Dress Codes, Mis-Hits, and Man-Boobs
Much discussion took place at the Masters Cookout Party I attended Sunday over Tiger?s choice of final-round golfwear. Correct me if I?m wrong, but doesn?t Augusta National, like most country clubs, have a collared-shirt dress code? On any other day, Tiger would?ve been taken aside and asked to change. I guess they made an exception for the guy going into the final round with a three-stroke lead. As it should be.
So what was with that mock turtleneck thing? Or was it more of a mock mock turtleneck? I thought only women could get away with those.
Did anyone catch the four-letter words coming out of Tiger?s mouth after his bad shots? I?ve always wondered how the pros manage to seem so stoic after mis-hits?when I get out on the course I go from mild-mannered mom to cursing sailor. But it turns out Tiger?s human too. I definitely heard the s- word and maybe even the f- word.
Poor Phil. He missed many a birdie opportunity, but kept smiling through the pain. Ben Wright would blame Phil?s struggles on the weight he gained in the last year?he couldn?t make a good swing because his boobs got in the way.
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Would you find it OK to see multi millionaires who play golf for a living wearing tacky shorts like the nimrods in the NBA (Oh that's right , they do allow awful shorts on the LPGA). Your statement is kind of rediculous . All other sports have uniforms Jeff , golf and tennis leave it up to the player to dress themselves , unfortunately some shouldn't be allowed . Jasper Parnevick or Duffy Waldorf would come to mind .