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Golf Australia Express : September 2013
There’s an argument to be made that Fowler’s controversial clothing choices aren’t doing much for his game, given he’s only troubled the trophy makers once in his four years on the PGA Tour, but that hasn’t stopped him making headlines almost every time he tees it up. In a glaring example of just how much the industry has changed, the colourful Californian now reveals his suite of outfits for each day of The Masters well in advance of the actual major itself. OF COURSE, FOWLER was not the first golfer to don a head-to-toe colour theme. The inimitable Doug Sanders [pictured left] was nicknamed the 'Peacock of the Fairways' for his plethora of one- tone fashion statements in the 1960s and ’70s. He even made sure he had matching undies on any given round. Talk about outfit commitment. More recently, Billy Horschel pushed the boundaries beyond anything most people this side of a runway had seen before when he stepped out for the final round of the US Open in a pair of Ralph Lauren trousers covered in an octopus motif. Guess it was a modern take on 'army' pants. For a guy who doesn’t mind some attention, the slacks couldn’t have done their job more successfully for Horschel, even if his fellow competitors weren’t overly convinced. “I’ve caught a lot of grief from guys out here,” Horschel said. “All the fans have been unbelievably nice and love’ em. I got a lot of (internet) hits and a lot of good stuff from it. Any press is good press, right?” COVER
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