If you're trying to impress your boss the next time you play golf together, you should probably stay away from these. That said, British manufacturer Dunlop's "Nudie Tees" will certainly generate a conversation.
The Nudie Tees, sold in packets of six, are the latest form of naked lady tees to enter the market. The product isn't necessarily new; you may remember Rodney Dangerfield's Al Czervik character in "Caddyshack" buying a set.
Perhaps predictably, but not incorrectly, some people are using this as a stick to beat the whole sport with.
"It's definitely sexist...you're hitting the ball off a headless, naked woman," one reader told the New York Daily News. "The online sale of such garbage is part of a larger picture, one in which sport is simply the easiest playing field for men to behave badly on," writes Jane Martinson for the Guardian.