AT&T Pro-Am Fairway Fashion: From Hot to Hideous
February 14, 2011
There were plenty of snacks to be seized as part of the AT&T Pro-Am proceedings—Billy Murray alone stole enough cocktails, sandwiches and ice cream treats from the gallery to merit his own munch watch. There was even some surprising food news to consume at The Clambake for a Cure (more on that soon). But with all the diverse style being lavished on the links, the Food Blog had to take turn into the land of fashion.
Here, then, a peek at the best and worst aesthetics of the weekend, including the most stylish (and accessorized) accessory out there, a toddler in argyle with clip-on pacifier (above).
Best exotic feline pants pattern: A lot of the leggy loudness used extreme, artificial wallpaper patterns. This one benefits from some more natural animal action. Nice purse on the guy too.
This guy's modeling his own Loud Mouth gear, which gains its greatest visibility on John Daly. As comedian Jackie Flynn said at one point, "It looks like Daly wakes up, throws glue all over his naked body and then runs through his closet."
These chaps hail from Kansas City. Surprised they let them on the plane.
As I focused my lens on these winners for worst look, a man walking by hissed under his breath. "Hideous," he said. When Flynn spotted these Bay Area fellers he had this: "You look like you never want to get laid again."
Hair, I am told, is part of fashion. Georgetown, Texas' Richard Harwell had the second best 'do in the gallery.
Here's number one, complemented nicely by braces and hat.
Not too many tats in play—which makes this double sleever that much more defined by comparison.
Comfort is functional. That shirt is not.
Pebble's 18 brought out the best dresses of the weekend. The runner up's in the middle.
Now hail the champ of the grassy runway.
Second best accessory in sight.
Here's number one, arguably Del Monte Forest's best fashion element ever.
Former world champion boxer Oscar De La Hoya was dapper and de la adorable all weekend...
...but Anthony Anderson earns the nod for best dressed celeb.
Next year, I heard him say at one point, he's going to try a new look: "a thong and flip flops."
It was Murray, though, who laughed last and best as he took the team title with pro winner D.A. Points, but not after popping his collar on the second-to-last hole of the event...
...and unbuttoning his shirt (to reveal a black V-neck t-shirt beneath).