Get set to see a lot more skin on the PGA Tour

Bare Legs Pga Tour

Bare legs are coming to the PGA Tour.

The circuit has announced that, effective immediately, players will be allowed to wear shorts during practice rounds and pro-ams.

The news was announced in a tweet by the recently appointed co-chairman of the Player Advisory Council, two-time tour winner James Hahn.

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The move mirrors a similar decision made by the European Tour in 2016 and Phil Mickelson – the defending champion at this week’s WGC-Mexico Championship – wasted no time in getting his impressive pins out.

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