Golf fans react to Kevin Na’s UNIQUE LOGO on his polo shirt


Professional athletes having their own logo has been a common theme for years, with tennis superstar Roger Federer and golfing Tiger Woods having instantly recognizable logos they deserve the right to show off. Usually, athletes use a mix of their initials in some kind of cool shape or concept, but Kevin Na, on the other hand, took it a step further.

The walk-in putt master won his fifth PGA Tour title on Sunday at the Sony Open, after birding four of his last six holes to end the tournament 21 under par, one stroke better than Chris Kirk and 22 years old. old Joaquin Niemann.

WATCH: Kevin Na strikes a 3-WOOD from the CART PATH in the Sony Open Finals!

Na has now won at least once in the past four seasons on the PGA Tour, a feat shared only with Masters champion Dustin Johnson and defending US Open winner Bryson DeChambeau.

Unlike many PGA Tour players, Na does not wear Nike or Adidas clothing, but a South Korean premium golf and sportswear brand called “WAAC”, which stands for “Win At All Costs”.


The brand’s mascot is a little devil named Waacky and the brand’s range is pretty cool, but be warned, when we say high end we really mean it, their clothes are far from cheap.

What caught the attention of golf fans during Sunday’s round was the logo on the back of Na’s polo shirt, which is an impression of the 37-year-old stepping into a putt before he even fell. , which he became famous for on the PGA Tour. .

Golf fans all had their say on Twitter last night, including a few professional golfers as well, in England stars Eddie Pepperell and Lee Westwood.

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