From baggy jeans to too-tight T's: Tiger Woods's style through the years
January 05, 2018
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From an early age, Tiger’s wardrobe has been…um, unpredictable. Left: Showing some love for the Grambling State Tigers as a teen prodigy at the 1993 L.A. Open. Right: In the now-iconic straw hat and peach-and-white striped shirt combo he donned at the 1994 U.S. Amateur.
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Left: As Woods’s fame grew, the late-night shows started calling. Here’s our man on Jay Leno in a sporty little vest and stretched-out T-shirt. Right: Fifty shades of brown at the 1996 U.S. Am.
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Left: Nothing says world-beating game-changer like a denim shirt under a denim jacket. Right: Sunday Red is born.
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Left: Testing the limits of the mock-T, alongside his pops, Earl. Right: Remember when XXXL was in vogue?
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Left: That’s more like it! Coming around to dressing the part of golf’s ass-kicking alpha dog. Right: A Tiger proudly wearing his stripes, sleeves still comfortably below the elbow line.
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Left: One of few athletes who could make Prince look staid. Right: Violating Rule 34.4.8 of the Augusta National bylaws, Tiger wins the green jacket with a collarless shirt.
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Left: Unsure about this particular ensemble? TW seemed to feel that way, too. Right: His on-course look shows signs of getting brighter — and tighter.
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Left: That time he raided Shaquille O'Neal's wardrobe. Right: All business.
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Left: No collars on the course, oversized floral collars off the course. Right: The regrettable white-belt phase. Hey, a lot of guys went through it.
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Left: A walking modern art exhibit. Right: Making strides — this is a great look.
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Left: Probably could have gone one T-shirt size larger for this Fallon appearance. Right: Two-toned or too toned?
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Left: Three-piece swagger on the streets of New York. Right: A new twist on his Sunday red during his Bahamas comeback.
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