Despite aces on the 16th hole on each of the last two days of the WM Phoenix Open last week, Harry Higgs and Joel Dahmen celebrating shirtless may have been the highlight of the event. The audience was enthralled, showering the two with a variety of beverages as they exited the arena.
The PGA Tour adored it as well, and even shared a photo of Higgs lifting his shirt on social media.
The Tour, on the other hand, must have turned its back on its feelings because fines appear to be looming for the players.
“I may get fined.” “I’ve heard rumblings about both, but nothing official,” Higgs remarked. “I got a call from the Tour, and they said, ‘Hey, you know you’re not supposed to do that.’ That’s something I’m not supposed to do. I’m 30 years old, and I’m well aware that I’m not meant to lift my shirt in front of tens of thousands of people on national television.
“Higgs and Dahmen want to set up a GoFundMe account to pay the fine and give any money raised to charity.”
“It’s possible we’ll have a good time with it.” We would pay our fine but raise money to contribute to charity if we were fined, which we deserve,” he stated. “I’m not going to do it any longer.” “I almost instantly regretted it.”
You may never see bare-chested Higgs again if you were a fan.