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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Old 05-12-2018, 11:29 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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Old 05-12-2018, 11:41 AM
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What's old...is new again.
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Who doesn't miss Payne Stewart?

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Old 05-12-2018, 02:12 PM
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Why did he dress in the old fashion, golf fashion?
And why didn't anyone else do it?

The should have a Senior Tour "Payne Stewart we miss you Day." During a warm up day everyone including the spectators can dress up like Payne. Maybe collect money for his favorite charity, maybe have a fashion contest.
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Why did he dress in the old fashion, golf fashion?

And why didn't anyone else do it?
Here's a good interview with Payne...which might answer your questions.

From the Archive: Dialogue with Payne Stewart - Golf Digest




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The should have a Senior Tour "Payne Stewart we miss you Day." During a warm up day everyone including the spectators can dress up like Payne. Maybe collect money for his favorite charity, maybe have a fashion contest.
Rickie Fowler honored him at the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst...site of Payne's own 1999 U.S. Open win.

2014 U.S. Open - Rickie Fowler Honors Payne Stewart | Golf Channel

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There was something surprisingly emotional about watching Rickie Fowler honor Payne Stewart by playing golf around Pinehurst No. 2 in knickers and high socks on Thursday at the U.S. Open. It was a wonderful gesture, something that tells you so much about Rickie Fowler’s character. He did not know Stewart, of course. But he wanted to honor the man.

Fowler decided to do it a few months ago – worked out the details with his apparel sponsor – and he told only a few friends and family members. He wanted it to be a surprise. He very much enjoyed walking into the clubhouse and seeing Phil Mickelson, Stewart’s foil at the 1999 U.S. Open. Mickelson smiled and gave Fowler the thumbs-up. Well, it was just one of those perfectly understated displays of homage.

But as the afternoon went on, it became something more. The fans at every hole were touched. They yelled out Payne’s name. They shouted out, “Rickie Stewart!” I was here in Pinehurst in 1999 when Stewart made that putt on the 18th to beat Mickelson and then threw his fist forward in triumph.

There is now a PGA Tour award named for Stewart.

Payne Stewart Award - Wikipedia

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The Payne Stewart Award is given to a player whose "values align with the character, charity and sportsmanship that Stewart showed".

This includes respect for the traditions of the game, commitment to uphold the game's heritage of charitable support and professional and meticulous presentation of himself and the sport through his dress and conduct.
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Here's a good interview with Payne...which might answer your questions.

From the Archive: Dialogue with Payne Stewart - Golf Digest






Rickie Fowler honored him at the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst...site of Payne's own 1999 U.S. Open win.

2014 U.S. Open - Rickie Fowler Honors Payne Stewart | Golf Channel




There is now a PGA Tour award named for Stewart.

Payne Stewart Award - Wikipedia
Thanks for looking all that up. It must be annoying some times that you don't get any privacy. When he was not decked out nobody recognized him.
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Too funny!
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Old 05-12-2018, 07:53 PM
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Maybe it's just me, but I could care less what people wear on the golf course. Playing at a reasonably fast pace, raking bunkers, replacing divots, and repairing ball marks on he greens is way more important than any dress code in my humble opinion. And why can women wear shorts and sleeveless shirts with no collars on many courses, but men can not? Go figure??
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