Lexi Thompson responded to the LPGA’s new dress cipher by bathrobe like it was the aboriginal 1900s.
Thompson aggregate a photo on Instagram of her cutting a archetypal golf accouterments with the explanation “Got my new #LPGA dress cipher adjustable accouterments accessible to go! #throwbackthursday #kidding #funny #joke.”
The new dress cipher confined players from cutting joggers, shirts with coast necklines, leggings and skirts, skorts or shorts that do not abundantly awning a player's “bottom area.”
The account was from a photo shoot the golfer did for Red Bull in 2016 afore aftermost year’s summer Olympics.
Debate about the new LPGA dress cipher should be larboard to the ladies
According to Golf Digest, the abstraction abaft the shoot was to get bodies to dress like it was 1904, the aftermost time gold was in the Olympics.
Thompson told RedBull.com at the time that she didn’t accept how women dressed like that aback then.
“I don’t apperceive how they played golf in those outfits, abnormally if it was hot out,” Thompson said. “I was cutting at atomic two layers on top and bottom, and a anorak on top, which was actual akin on the back.”
The golfer’s column was fitting, because the backfire about the LPGA’s new dress policy.
LPGA arch communications and bout operations administrator Heather Daly-Donofrio to ABC News the new action “is not a regression, but rather a description for associates of the policy, with references accordant to today's appearance styles.”
Thompson is one of the added arresting LPGA players to allege out as she’s currently the No. 3 golfer in the world.