Loudmouth Golf

Loudmouth Golf

About Loudmouth Golf

Loudmouth Golf is an American sportswear company based in Sonoma County, California known for 'flamboyant' trousers. The company was established in 2000 by Scott 'Woody' Woodworth, then a graphic designer. His first design involved a children's fabric with prints of Warner Brothers cartoon characters, which he had made by a local seamstress. The designs caught the attention of various sports personalities, who began ordering the pants. In 2007 Woodworth began creating his own fabric designs. In 2009 golfer John Daly appeared wearing 'loud' clothing from the company on the European Tour while banned from the PGA Tour. Daly later entered a formal endorsement agreement with the company. The Norwegian curling team drew international attention to the company, and to themselves, at the 2010 Winter Olympics by wearing Loudmouth's 'Dixie-A' pants with red, white, and blue diamonds as a uniform.

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