Daly's garish golf fashion raises a few eyebrows at the British Open practice.
Published: 17 July 2009Golfer John Daly wore trousers to the British Open practice which could be described as "pushing the boundaries of good taste", a claim suggests.
According to the Associated Press, Daly wore striped golf trousers which were black, brown, pink, orange and beige - and were topped off with a pink belt.
Rachel Weingarten, a former make up artist to the stars and author of numerous books, tells the source that Daly's golf fashion choice was not a good look.
However, the source notes that what counts as good golf apparel could vary from player to player, with some people's garish being hip to someone else.
Writer Paul Newberry says that golf fans can see "snazzy" golf apparel all over the golf course.
He specifically mentions the golf fashion credentials of Ian Poulter, Darren Clarke and Sergio Garcia.
Ian Poulter is well known for his interesting golf apparel and often takes to the course in brightly coloured golf trousers.
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