Daly's pants: A cause we can really get behind
- By Bailey Mosier
- Aug 15, 2012 10:00 AM ET
John Daly has gone and done it again.
Shocked us, entertained us and given us reason to chuckle. He's also educating us.
The pants Daly wore Friday of the 94th PGA Championship were black with neon-colored hands with their index fingers pointing out. Even if you tried, you couldn't overlook them and for once, these Loudmouth-brand pants had plenty to say.
“John’s pants are splashed with brightly colorful fingers to represent the early detection prostate cancer screening procedure for men. It’s a humorous spin to raise awareness on a very serious examination that few men like to talk about. John is wearing the pants to show his support to raise awareness for prostate cancer,” according to one Loudmouth spokeswoman.
Daly hopes to increase awareness and fund research to find a cure for prostate cancer.
We applaud Daly's efforts and feel this is a cause we can fully get behind.
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