Beat, that was me posting the article on what pants Tiger would wear and quoting the Nike people. So you do read my Tiger posts after all.
And, Eye, I raised the issue of the white belt a long time ago. So we agree on one thing at least. Tiger even used to make fun of players (such as Anthony Kim) for wearing white belts. I don't know what happened. Maybe he lost a valuable advisor in the clothings department. It is only OK if worn with light-colored pants.
I am all for comfortable shoes, but he needs to adjust the pants accordingly. You cannot wear dressy balloon pants with sneakers. He needs more of a slim and sporty fit. I learned (from Osubass) that he has an issue with tight-fitting clothes when playing, but it may just be a matter of getting used to them. He definitely has the body.
The most important thing, of course, is winning as DK rightly points out. But please keep his kids in mind. Kids are overly sensitive to what parents wear and want them to look cool.
You have me laughing again, girl . . .
I am "less than thrilled" with the (Easter-egg) shirts that Tiger has worn lately. The little horizontal pin-stripes are beginning to drive me nuts !
I hope Tiger cruises onto the Tee (at The Masters) wearing that beautiful cream-colored ensemble he wore in 2011. He looked (really) sharp (and very handsome) wearing that well-tailored number.
Tiger's buddy, tennis star (Rodger Federer) has great style, and wore a similiar cream-colored matching ensemble at Wimbledon a couple of years ago (man-oh-man; he looked good) . . . LOL.
By the way, who is in-charge of security around here; (while Donnakay is out entertaining the grandkids)?
I'm just asking . . .
GREAT PICTURES OF TIGER !!
I have a folder full of great Tiger shots as well.
Great style !
Thanks for the GQ (bonus) photo.
I know the one. It is my all-time favorite. Third round 66 at the 2010 US Open.
Tiger dictates the style and design of his apparel.
Published: Friday, November 05, 2010 | 03:22:00 PM
Tiger Woods has been sporting a new look on the course — white
belts, mesh caps, ultra-bright shirts — nothing too radical or in your
face, surely, but different. At the HSBC Champions tournament in
Shanghai this week, he again wore the white belt — a big change for him,
according to his apparel handlers at Nike — as well as electric green
and pink golf shirts. He was also working on a few day's growth of
circle whiskers (known in beard parlance as a "Van Dke" or
"Hollywoodian"). Executives at Nike Golf said last week in New York that Woods has been expressing a desire to change his look this fall.
"Tech me out," Woods said, according to Nike execs who met with him
recently, meaning that he wanted to try more exotic, technical fabrics
and performance clothes. For a long time, Woods' signature look has
included plenty of mercerized cotton shirts — that is, made from cotton
yarn that has been polished during processing to give it a silky sheen.
"He was starting to get tired of them," said a Nike executive, who added
that Woods in the past has been very slow to change. "He's always had a
real safe look that works for him."
The new Tiger will be wearing "brighter, jewelly colors" like
sapphire and will add technical touches, like the mesh caps and shirts
with no-sew (seamless) button plackets and polished black snaps instead
of buttons. Among his pre-scripted looks for the 2011 Masters, for
example, is a very bold, green, asymmetric, vertical striped shirt in
Nike's high-performance polyester Dri-Fit fabric.
Woods enjoys a reputation as one the best-dressed guys on tour, and
remains a pretty traditional guy. But he recognizes it's time to move
forward. "He wouldn't change for change's sake," said Doug Reed,
director of golf apparel at Nike. "He's just been looking for a slightly
Hey Tiger Troops,
YEAP . . . thats the one the (long-sleeve) cream sweater, with matching slacks & cap).
Simple elegance; classic, healthy, fit, athletic (masculine) style. VERY KOOL; It works every time !
In my opinion, Tiger should focus on (solid) matching colors; or soft (vertical) pin-stripes (down the SLEEVE, only). Leave the little "Easter egg" (horizontal) pin-stripes for the bubble-gum "young guns" (like Ricky Fowler & Rory McIlroy).
Once he does that (Beat18T); the third (3rd) round match will be a breeze.
LOVE YOU TIGER . . . always have . . . always will . . .
We'll be watching . . .
Its back to the DRAWING BOARD . . . LOL . . .
Tiger spotted wearing the white belt again today; and
the white shoes (just to shake things up) at Club Tiger (LOL).
HEY TIGER TROOPS,
OKAY . . . NOW I'M OUTRAGED (LOL) . . . Tiger is just being mean (LOL) . . .at Abu Dhabi
He is wearing the (neon) green shirt; the crazy white belt; AND the white polo shoes!!
Where is the logic, Tiger Troops ??
Whats next (the Golf Channel logo) ??