I don't even know where to start, but here is one story that won't die.
I had a golfing
wardrobe malfunction of my own during a Wednesday night mixer. I was
playing with a golfing gal pal and my coach. On the second-to-last
hole, my friend told me the zipper on my skirt was busted. At first I
didn't really pay attention and told her it was fine. Then she said,
"No Heather, I can see polka dots." WHAT?!
turned around to realize my zipper had somehow busted wide open. It was
attached at the top and bottom, but everything in between was open and
my cute polka dot underwear was front and center (or should I say back
and center) for the rest of the course to see.
consider myself a very prepared golfer. I have everything in my bag
from Band-Aids and emery boards to an assortment of Sharpies and extra
pencils. However, I did not have a safety pin, which would have offered
a quick solution to my problem. I finished out the last two holes with
SEVEN putts. Do you think I let the situation rattle me?
skated in hundreds of skating shows, I am used to skimpy costumes and
the challenges that come with such outfits. I always made sure my
straps had an extra safety pin attached to them--just in case. But I
have never had a problem with golf clothes on the course.
order to avoid any more Stenson-esque moments, I have now added a
variety of safety pins to my golf bag. I recommend every golfer do the
same. However, I'm not sure a safety pin would have helped Mr. Stenson.