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Tyrrell Hatton’s “controversial” fashion statement, Bryson DeChambeau’s subtle dagger to a shorter pro, and a PGA Tour Tinder love story | This is the Loop

Welcome to another edition of The Grind where we promise not to hop on a golf board, lip-sync Fleetwood Mac, and sip on cranberry juice. That last part is actually the thing that upsets me most. Cranberry juice? Straight up? You people have problems. Now, Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry. That’s my jam. And, to be fair, as tired as this viral game of copycat got, Harry Higgs pulled it off pretty darn well:

OK, enough. We will never speak of this again. Let’s talk about something else. Anything else. Please.

Martin Laird: Comeback SZN continued on the PGA Tour with Laird becoming the latest to end a long drought. The Scot won for the first time in seven years at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and for the first time as a sponsor’s exemption. And we’re guessing for the first time thanks to holing a buried bunker shot for an

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Kamala Harris’s Debate Fashion Statement Was So Subtle, You Likely Missed It

Photo credit: ROBYN BECK - Getty Images
Photo credit: ROBYN BECK – Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

Just before the start of the vice presidential debate last night, I came across a tweet from actor and director Elizabeth Banks. “I hope Mike Pence smiles enough, is likable, and doesn’t comes (sic) across as angry,” she said, in the sarcastic missive that went viral. “Also, OMG, like, what’s he gonna be wearing?”

It was a searing critique of the double standards women are held to, a funny-because-uggggh-it’s-painfully-true summation. Senator Kamala Harris, the Democratic vice presidential nominee and the first Black and South Asian woman on a major party ticket, faces a particularly unfair and difficult tightrope in her bid to appeal to the American electorate—and that includes her choice of campaign clothing.

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