What say you about Phil Mickelson's white button down dress shirt on the course?

What say you about Phil Mickelson's white button down dress shirt on the course?

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What say you about Phil Mickelson's white button down dress shirt on the course?
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Old 05-11-2018, 10:20 AM
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Looked hot to me. As in uncomfortable.
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Old 05-11-2018, 10:27 AM
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And don't worry. Even though the Mickelson-Woods practice round was a sign for fans that their relationship had reached the point of friendship after years of perceived tension, Woods didn't let the chance to give Mickelson the needle.

"I was giving him a little bit of grief about that," Woods said that day. "The only thing that was missing was a tie."

"I just thought I'd give it a try," Mickelson said. "It's a stretchy fabric. It performs well, and I think it looks good."

Mickelson liked it so much, in fact, that Rovell's tweet actually played out. Mickelson recently signed a deal with Mizzen+Main and has played the first two rounds of the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass this week -- alongside Woods and Rickie Fowler -- again wearing the banker-style, button-down dress shirt.

The fact that many in the golf world are taking some playful jabs at Mickelson's new look isn't lost on Lefty.
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And don't worry. Even though the Mickelson-Woods practice round was a sign for fans that their relationship had reached the point of friendship after years of perceived tension, Woods didn't let the chance to give Mickelson the needle.

"I was giving him a little bit of grief about that," Woods said that day. "The only thing that was missing was a tie."

"I just thought I'd give it a try," Mickelson said. "It's a stretchy fabric. It performs well, and I think it looks good."

Mickelson liked it so much, in fact, that Rovell's tweet actually played out. Mickelson recently signed a deal with Mizzen+Main and has played the first two rounds of the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass this week -- alongside Woods and Rickie Fowler -- again wearing the banker-style, button-down dress shirt.

The fact that many in the golf world are taking some playful jabs at Mickelson's new look isn't lost on Lefty.
Do you remember when Tiger started wearing the Nike crew neck golf shirt. I was surprised. For years I was telling the golf team "collared" shirts only.
I followed the flow and owned a couple of the Nike crew neck golf shirts.
One day I walked in the pro shop to pay the green fees and the guy behind the counter, old school, said "collared" shirts only. Even though I showed him he was selling the crew neck golf shirt he would not let me play. I had an extra shirt in the car so I acquiesced.
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Results speak for themselves!! Shirt is heading home to Amy!
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Looked hot to me. As in uncomfortable.
Understanding that this man suffers Psoriatic Arthritis, my thought was that possibly he is having a flare/breakout and wished to cover his arms/hide the lesions. And if one reads on the subject, those who suffer this disease can develop problems if in the hot sun too long, the opposite of the affect that sun has on simple Psoriasis. And the fact that he has not played well only leads me to believe it is all related to this diagnosis..... and a serious flare..... just my thoughts on the subject......
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An old classic look. Looked a little tight. I don't think I would wear.
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"Mickelson will wear the shirt, made by Mizzen+Main, in exchange for an undisclosed stake in the company as well as cash.
Mizzen+Main founder Kevin Lavelle said the shirt Mickelson wears on the course will be the same that the company sells to its customers.
The shirts retail for $125.

But no matter: According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Mizzen+Main, a company based in Dallas and founded in 2012, enjoyed its highest sales rate of the year on Thursday thanks to the attention Mickelson brought to it."

Who wouldn't wear the shirt for the money?

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Understanding that this man suffers Psoriatic Arthritis, my thought was that possibly he is having a flare/breakout and wished to cover his arms/hide the lesions. And if one reads on the subject, those who suffer this disease can develop problems if in the hot sun too long, the opposite of the affect that sun has on simple Psoriasis. And the fact that he has not played well only leads me to believe it is all related to this diagnosis..... and a serious flare..... just my thoughts on the subject......
I was going to say something similar. Psoriatic Arthritis is a hideous disease (in the rheumatoid arthritis "family" but not the same). I'd say he's not going to say much about it and wants to protect his skin.
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Looked hot to me. As in uncomfortable.
I thought the same th.ing Grace
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