Embroidery caused leaky rain gear at Ryder Cup
Coaches are always telling their players, "Play for the name on the front of the jersey, not the name on the back." And now there's a new reason to do that.
Remember those leaky rain suits that the American golfers wore during the Ryder Cup? Nobody could figure out why they weren't waterproof. But now the mystery has been solved: Corey Pavin's wife, Lisa, who designed the raingear, insisted that the players have their names embroidered onto the back. Embroidery is done with needles, ...
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