Where did those ugly shirts of '99 wind up?
Almost as unforgettable as the U.S. team's come-from-behind victory at the 1999 Ryder Cup were the shirts the team wore for its singles matches Sunday.
The burgundy shirts, created under the direction of U.S. captain Ben Crenshaw, were dotted with portraits of victorious U.S. teams from the past six decades.
"A lot of thought went into those shirts," says Crenshaw. During the tournament, BBC commentators said the shirts resembled pepperoni pizzas.
We asked the members ...
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