UPDATE (5:30 PM EST): Tiger captures his 5th Masters win in a legendary come-from-behind victory. In what many have already called the biggest comeback of 2019, Soulja Boy was easily dethroned of that title today.
It's Master's Sunday and Tiger Woods has a chance to recapture his title as the best golfer in the world. Tiger Woods stands at -11, tied for second place right behind the leader Francesco Molinari at -13. Since we're not a sports website, this doesn't really matter much to us, but we have to give credit to Tiger when it comes to upping the fashion game in Golf.
Here are just a couple signature styles he's influenced in what many refer to as the gentleman's game.
The Red Shirt
At 21, Tiger was the youngest to ever win a Master's tournament. He did it in his signature red Nike top. A tradition that he dons till this day.
The Nike Dry-FIT Cap
Popularizing Nike's Dry-FIT technology, Tiger made the sporty cap a signature part of his style and quickly influenced the rest of the golf world. Dad hats might've made a comeback, but Dry-FIT and the like continue to be the go-to sports cap in all professions.
The Triumphant "Tiger Pose"
Introduced in 2005 after Tiger's 4th and most recent Masters win, this pose could be equivalent to Tiger's Jumpman. Although not a specific fashion look, this pose will definitely go down in history as one of Tiger's most legendary looks.
Ultra rare is just the tip of the iceberg in describing the latest concoction by Aston Martin. Teaming up with Bowmore, a single-malt Whiskey dating all the way back to Scotland 1779, Aston Martin lent its DB5 piston, to create a bottle of whiskey unlike any other.