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Caution: Looking directly at Lee Westwood's shirt may cause permanent retina damage

By Luke Kerr-Dineen

Lee Westwood is wearing an extremely bright shirt on Friday at the Masters. Put on your sunglasses and take a look.

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This is the second straight day he's worn a shirt that could potentially make people dizzy. On Thursday, he opted for a radioactive waste-themed outfit. Notice the reflection on his neck.

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Here's a picture of him glowing from far away.

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This hazardous trend seemed to start at the 2013 British Open, when he showed up on Thursday wearing a similar shirt (and matching shades).

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It calmed down a bit before picking back up at Bay Hill this year (our working theory is that he was excited for the year's first major).

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If you're planning on watching Westwood on Friday -- especially in person -- don't stare at him too long. Probably best to wear sunglasses. Sunblock, too. And drink lots of water, just in case.

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July 28, 2014

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