The golf tan -- the embarrassing skin color contrast of two bronzed forearms and a torso pastier than pasteurized milk -- boldly proclaims, "I am golfer, hear me roar." It has been the plight of fair skinned golfers since the inception of the short sleeve polo and a fate many of us have had no choice but to accept.
However, there is a remedy out there for this condition; a natural cure that does not involve exotic SPF blends or boutique tanning salons. A simple practice that if executed under the right conditions and on a steady regimen will rid the golfer of his sun symptoms for good.
The secret lies in two-time tour winner and ball-striking savant, Phillip McClelland O'Grady: