If you're not that into college basketball, and brackets just leave you baffled... or broke... this probably isn't your favorite time of year.
The fact is, March Madness can be extremely annoying for those who don't partake. For two weeks, you find everything from your local sports bars to your social media feeds overrun by legions of loudmouthed basketball people. They're often disgruntled and endlessly lament their ill-fated picks.
For golfers however, there's a bright side to these gray, late-winter days, and it can be found at your local driving range or golf practice center. Because... coincidentally... the perfect time to get your game in gear just happens to be the ideal moment to to enjoy relative solitude at the range. With many of the most egregious, self-appointed, swing critics otherwise occupied, an aspiring golfer can finally practice in peace.
To that end... and with a playful retro hoops nod to the bracket obsessed masses... I've styled the perfect outfit for ladies who wish to spend March Madness at the golf range and it's centered on the Women's Nike Blazer golf shoe. Created for LPGA champion Michelle Wie and inspired by basketball great George "the iceman" Grevin, this hybrid hightop is both functional and fashion forward. It comes in several colors, but I chose the
So there you have it, from Selection Sunday through the Final Four, you too can use March Madness to improve your golf skills, and with a bit of creativity, you can do it in style.