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Let's let guys wear what they want to wear

Let's let guys wear what they want to wear

If you follow me on Twitter, and are able to wade through the wide array of sporting tweets (my apologies) to find commentary on golf apparel, you'll know that I'm pretty open minded about everything, and want to hear both sides. 

There are those who rail against me because I've said I'm ok joggers, high tops, skin tight shirts or tensor strength 1/4 zips. But just because you'd not be caught dead at a fancy dress party in one of these ensembles doesn't mean you shouldn't respect others for putting it on and putting it out there.

Letting people do their thing when it comes to style on the golf course has always been a thing, and it always should be.

Rory McIlroy | 2016 Players Championship | Heathcote/Getty

Rory McIlroy | 2016 Players Championship | Heathcote/Getty

Close your eyes, fast forward 20 years or go back in time 20 years. Now open them. Sure, you may cringe at what you see on the first tee, but again, golf has always been that way. It's a place where men and women can have fun with what they're wearing, taken seriously or not.

Right now it's the Lululemification of on course fashion, but so what? Hasn't golf always followed mainstream trends? Of course it has. 

We all like to relax. We should be comfortable, feel good, and look good. 

Rickie Fowler | 2016 Wells Fargo Championship | Lecka/Getty

Rickie Fowler | 2016 Wells Fargo Championship | Lecka/Getty

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TaylorMade on the block, looks to sell gear to new kids on the block

TaylorMade on the block, looks to sell gear to new kids on the block