Welcome to Spotted on Tour, where we’ll highlight buzzy apparel, gear, gadgets and more that caught our eye over the weekend. Better yet, we’ll help you get your hands on your own.
For better or worse, the holidays are the time for matching outfits. Perhaps your family dresses in the holiday classics —ugly sweaters, sweater vests and pajamas.
This December, the Woods family opted for a different kind of matching outfit to the delight of golf fans everywhere.
As you’ve probably heard by now, Tiger and his 11-year-old son, Charlie are competing in this week’s PNC Championship together, a parent-child event for former major champions. As such, the two have worn matching outfits in competition.
On Saturday, Team Woods elected to wear a pair of lilac Nike shirts and black pants. Of course, the outfits were an afterthought to the fun of the afternoon — and to the awesomeness of witnessing Tiger in full dad-mode.
On Sunday, however, the outfits took center stage. Tiger and Charlie walked to the practice range in Orlando wearing an unmistakable getup — Sunday Red.
Minutes later, the PGA Tour posted a video of Team Woods that left social media buzzing. The post showed a side-by-side video of both Tiger and Charlie hitting tee shots. In both attire and swing, the Woods’ were mirror images. Check the video out for yourself below.
While you might not have the genetic makeup to swing like team Woods, you can certainly share the pair’s iconic Sunday attire.
Nike’s Dry Vapor Solid shirt, Flex UV Victory pants and Aerobill Heritage 86 hat will do more than keep your Sunday Tiger fit in check; they’ll also keep you cool, comfortable and unrestricted on the course.
Perhaps it’s time to skip the sweater vests and pajamas this holiday season and instead opt for something a bit more suited for the weekend. We’re not saying it’s time for a Sunday Tiger Christmas, but hey, the colors match.
The fit might not produce Tiger-like results, but how many clothing items come approved by both a 15-time major champion AND his 11-year-old son? In that sense, it speaks for itself.