Ernie Els, Andres Romero and other sartorial abominations on the golf course
I think jeans and jean shorts are terrible for the golf course. Let me add to that cargo shorts. I saw some guys playing recently at an upscale course and they were all wearing rumpled cargo shorts that hung well below their knees. They looked like orphan clam diggers.
And while I’m complaining about attire, let me add Ernie Els to the list. Who told him to pair a baby blue sweater vest with a pink golf shirt and the dullest gray slacks anyone’s ever seen at the British Open. Good God, Ernie, get it together. At least Andres Romero has the excuse of being unschooled on the world’s stage. His sartorial decisions were pretty bad during his 67 in the final round, too. Red shirt from the 1970s with the T-shirt hanging out the sleeves and matching gray sweater vest and pants? Come on. I know all Argentines don’t dress this badly. Oh, and by the way, Taylor Made - can you make a hat that doesn’t look like it just came of a long-haul trucker’s head?
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