Sport Tiger proposes radical change

06:31  25 may  2018
06:31  25 may  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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At present golf’s biggest tour requires players to wear long pants, but Woods has used a sponsor appearance to call for change.

“I would love it,” he said during an event for Bridgestone Golf.

“We play in some of the hottest climates on the planet. We usually travel with the sun, and a lot of our events are played in the summer, and then on top of that when we have the winter months here a lot of the guys go down to South Africa and Australia where it's summer down there.

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“Also, a lot of the tournaments are based right around the equator so we play in some of the hottest places on the planet. It would be nice to wear shorts. Even with my little chicken legs, I still would like to wear shorts.”

Professional golfer Tiger Woods© Lynne Cameron/PA WIRE Professional golfer Tiger Woods The European Tour changed its rules in 2016 to allow players to wear shorts during practice rounds, a move that was supported by Jordan Spieth, while calling for the American tour to follow suit.

“I think it’s awesome,” said Spieth at the time.

“I think it will be something that I would love to see on the PGA Tour, as well. Guys seem to all love it over here. And most of the guys that are really talking highly of it are the older guys oddly enough. Yeah, I think it’s a great move.”

Despite the move from the European tour, their American counterparts remain unmoved.

“The PGA Tour’s policy remains unchanged. Players are required to wear long pants when playing practice, pro-am and official competition rounds,” spokesman Ty Votaw said in response to the change.

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