Fairway Fashions: 5 Golfers and Their Crazy Style Choices

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Caroline Wozniacki showed up at the Masters sporting something louder than John Daly’s pants: violent pink hair. This of course got us thinking about Daly’s pants and other fairway styles that have been interesting to say the least. Some golfers can get away with what are usually fashion faux pas because, after years on the tour, we expect (and want) nothing less. Others have just misstepped so egregiously it is hard to take the style decisions as part and parcel of their life.

See which of the following five players has escaped the rough by virtue of charisma and who scored a fashion bogey.

Sources: https://twitter.com/shanebacon, https://twitter.com/European_Tour

Sources: https://twitter.com/shanebacon, https://twitter.com/European_Tour

1. Caroline Wozniacki and Miguel Angel Jimenez

Wozniacki was at Augusta to caddie for fiancé Rory McIlroy as he took part in the Par-3 Contest. McIlroy explained to The Augusta Chronicle why the shocking dye job occurred. “I just wanted it to match the azaleas,” McIlroy stated. He even assisted during the process, helping to dye her hair.

With painfully pink hair, Wozniacki upstaged Miguel Angel Jimenez’s hair. There is a bit of a love/hate relationship with Jimenez’s curly locks, which were out in full force on the first day of play. Known for his cigars and stretching routine, there is no denying that the Mechanic has a style all his own. That said, even his hair is at its best when it is tamed, and pulled back. It looked particularly frizzled and showed signs of thinning during day one at Augusta.

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