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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 255
H EAD-coverers offering sun protection rarely earn notoriety, but despite winning 30 times in Japan and twice finishing in the top-5 in majors, it was Shingo Katayama’s unique cowboy hats that made him stand out from the crowd. Also fond of a bold print, Katayama’s clothing and bizarre warm-up routine made him a fan favourite worldwide. E HAT’S OFF T HE most recent PGA Championship marked a first in majors golf, with players wearing shorts in practice rounds, a move widely praised by players and fans. But Morgan Hoffman added fuel to the naysayer’s fire with his long black socks and shorts combo. A fashion crime that transcends golf. JOCKS & SOCKS EYE SORE J ARMO Sandelin didn’t follow many conventions during his European Tour career particularly in the fashion stakes. From a health standpoint Sandelin should be commended as one of the early adopters of sunglasses on Tour, but his choice of frames at the turn of the century left a lot to be desired and unsurprisingly didn’t take off. WATCH KATAYAMA'S STRANGE WARM-UP TECHNIQUE
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