White pants always seem like a great idea for a tour pro -- particularly an especially fit one -- until there's a chance of getting them dirty. Gary Woodland was the latest victim of such a scenario on Sunday at the Honda Classic when his tee shot on the sixth hole trickled near the water. With a lot more golf to play in his round, Woodland decided to ditch the pants altogether for his second shot:
Not a bad effort. And Woodland went on to make one of the more memorable pars of the day. Unfortunately for Woodland, though, he made seven bogeys and no birdies the rest of the way to shoot 78 and fall all the way to T-61.
But at least, Woodland was dry. And we don't anticipate the former college basketball player having to take any cracks from Rory McIlroy about his calves.