The Internationals’ unprecedented 4-1 lead after Day One of the Presidents Cup should have been no surprise, given the severe competitive disadvantage faced by our boys.
Really with the white pants? If cringing made a sound, you’d be hearing it from the famously astute Grey Goatee Fashion Committee over the Americans’ first-day trousers.
We like the bold primary-red v-neck sweaters, but we’re wondering why Lacoste wouldn’t pair them with, like, nicely draping unpleated slacks of deep navy.
Lacoste, a French company based in France, is the clothier for both the Americans and the Internationals this week, so it makes the fashion competition problematic. France, which is in Europe, should be a neutral party, but the Yanks are already screaming, What, you gave them other guys the black-on-black over khaki? Really?
MAGA: Speaking of problematic … Patrick Reed. His defense of improving his bunker lie at the Hero World Challenge last weekend is something like, “If I’d really cheated I’d have really cheated.” It’s Reed’s default position: making America goofy again.
Which doesn’t mean Cameron Smith shouldn’t shut the fuck up.