I bet the people at Greg Norman for Tasso Elba are as thrilled as Bud Cauley with his stellar showing. We're not just talking about his wardrobe, but also his recent T-16 at the Shell Houston Open.
This is the reason you don't want to cut D.A. off at the next intersection. Congrats on an exciting win and a Masters invite. Does this mean you're taking the family to Lego Land?
Anyone else notice his blue socks? White socks would've been better with his white pants and shoes. That belt however, is the perfect solution for matching your pants to your shirt.
A very pensive Keegan Bradley.
Interesting that Phil Mickelson, in addition to wearing white shoes and white pants, has gone to white grips on his clubs. In fact, Phil has been using white grips for a while, so we might say he was ahead of the color trend.
Who's the Boss here?
Oh, Rory McIlroy in white, what a surprise! Is that a white ball he's playing? And he's right on trend with a blue shirt.
This white trend is obviously becoming universal because we're also seeing a lot of white pants on the European Tour.
Or maybe it's becoming an epidemic.
Don't you hate guys that look this fit? Or is it just me?
If it would please the court, I would like to enter photographic evidence, Exhibit 15, in the case of the white pants vs. the field.
Ryo striking the Charlie Chaplin pose. Don't you just love this photo?
Crazy Sock Day
I'm having a hard time picking out the most unusual pair. I wonder if they've got Loudmouth pants to go with it.