Tiger Woods is currently playing the second round of The Masters, and at the moment, he’s a handful of shots behind leader Francesco Molinari. While most golf fans aren’t upset with his play, some are upset with what he’s wearing.
Woods, the first two days of the tournament, has been wearing a turtleneck tee shirt made by Nike. It doesn’t have a collar, and a number of fans are criticizing him for the look. Oddly enough, it’s a look he wore years ago when he was dominating the tour.
Some fans are asking the PGA why Woods is allowed to wear what resembles a tee shirt, since they’re banned. The answer is likely that it technically has a collar at the top.
Here’s a look at what Tiger’s worn the past two days:
Here’s a sampling of what’s out there on social media. Believe it or not, people are mad:
The PGA should have fined Tiger Woods for that shirt. Looked like a swim shirt my kids wear.
— Votto Rakes (@noodlebebendin) April 12, 2019
@PGAcom Why is Tiger Woods allowed to wear shirts without a collar?
— Jean Russell (@Jean22Russell) April 12, 2019
So how is tiger woods getting away with NOT wearing a collared shirt….
— Coach Burg (@MaeveBurg) April 11, 2019
— SMIS (@dixiestu12) April 11, 2019
— Greg Fearon (@gfearon77) April 12, 2019
— SJU Alum (@MOMOLIMBO) April 12, 2019
Woods will likely need to shoot a few strokes under par on Friday to put himself in good position heading into the weekend. He should make the cut, which is projected at three-over par.