graphic hoodies for men Profile / Scott Woodworth / Designer fits goofy golf apparel to a tee

by:INGOR SPORTWEAR     2019-08-19
graphic hoodies for men Profile / Scott Woodworth / Designer fits goofy golf apparel to a tee
ESPN's Dan Patrick is wearing golf pants with photos of playing cards everywhere.Really.San Francisco Giants two base hand Jeff in Kent wearing insects shorts.star uniform.KNBR radio celebrity Tom tobbert has been wearing the same funky golf shorts, including an eye --Custom wool design with fuzzy rubber duck capture.Unusual costume designs emerge from the minds of graphic designers --turned-fashion-41-year-old entrepreneur Scott Woodworth is the owner of Sonoma, the owner of the big mouth golf course.For men who are tired of conservative kha pants with the right polo shirt, Woodworth offers a great choice.Woodworth's quirky design is designed for style and bravery, including golf shorts with sushi or cigar images and stunning yellow golf pants with polka dots."I remember the fun I tried with my college buddies --loud or out-bad-"On the golf course, taste each other in the spirit of Rodney Dangefield in" caddyshack "," Woodworth recalls ."."I think, just because we are all grown up now, with work and family, why can't we look and act like immature men on the golf course?So he decided to do something."I 've always enjoyed playing golf with my friends in outrageous clothes, but it's hard to find the right pants," Woodworth said ."."It's easy to find a loud shirt, but it's not a big deal if you want to wear pants to make a statement.Woodworth visited many local golf shops, but the pants he found were too common.looking.Soon he decided to visit the fabric shop, in a shop ---In the children's area, not less--Some fabrics with images of Bunny and Duffy duck were found on the golf cart.With this new fabric in his hand, he went to the seamstress of Sonoma and asked her to make him some golf pants.He was quick to respond."From my friends to the people who saw me walking around in the street, everyone was agape," he said .".They said it was the most terrible pants they had ever seen.-That's when I knew I was doing one thing."When he was wearing his new pants and had some fabric samples in his golf bag, Woodford appeared at a golf tournament in Napa, involving many celebrities and media in the Bay Area.Sure enough, his pants caught the attention and interest of former NBA player Tom tobbert --turned-Radio talk show host"Tom and his colleagues are sitting in the bar.Host Ralph Barri and I walked up to him and said I liked his show and he told me he liked my pants and had to have a pair.Right in the middle of the bar, Woodworth measured Tolbert's size and sent him four shorts.Encouraged by the reaction to his pants, Woodworth found a wholesale manufacturer in Sacramento, producing his golf pants and shorts, and set up a websiteLoudmouthgolf.Sell his goods.When Tolbert's unusual shorts became a hot topic he discussed on the show on KNBR 680 AM, orders began to flood."Every time he mentions my shorts in the air, I check my email the next morningMail, there will be at least 12 new emailsWoodworth said, "Kent was thrilled when he saw tobbert's shorts and promised to put them on --Air in a pair of insects-The pattern shorts under his practice uniform are at 2001.If he becomes the star of the team.Thanks to the propaganda of the radio program, Woodford soon sold clothes to golfers in the Bay Area.For marketing reasons, Woodworth began showing up at large golf tournaments with business cards and sample works.Sometimes he wears a pair of trousers in the first nine holes, then behind a deep bunker or a large bush, and a pair of trousers in the last nine holes.When Woodworth heard that ESPN's Patrick will be in San Francisco, he appeared at a press conference in Pac Bell Park, and soon Patrick ordered his own golf pants.Word-of-Word of mouth and advertising in golf magazine helped Woodworth build a customer base and now he is shipping pants and shorts to golfers in Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Michigan and Wisconsin."Big Mouth customers from Wisconsin or Michigan don't understand the design of sushi," Woodworth said ."."They always ask me why people wear sushi pants and when I tell them it's my best --Sellers in California, they just scratch their heads."It may not be surprising when a customer from Wisconsin asks Woodworth if he can make him a pair of cheese --themed shorts.But even with all these successes so far, Woodworth knows that it's not time to make any rash decisions."I'm not ready to give up my graphic design business yet because I have to send two kids to college," Woodworth said ."."I don't want to do anything stupid."Woodworth's interest in golf, music and not taking life too seriously has started since he was young.Born in Pensacola, Florida.Woodworth and his family were the oldest of the three children as his father served in the Marine Corps and they moved to towns and towns on the East Coast."As a child, I learned to adapt and how to make friends with all kinds of people," Woodworth said .".When he was young, he decided to become a rock star, but he also loved sports.-Especially golf.When his parents divorced, Woodworth and his two sisters and their mother moved to Palo Alto, where Woodworth completed the last two years of his high school.He returned to Rhode Island to study at Brown University, where his major was semiology.Semiotics?"My dad and grandparents still don't understand and don't know what's going on," Woodworth said with a smile ."."Every time we get together, they ask me to explain it again."The study of Symbols in Art and in literature, the reason Woodworth chose it is because it mixes many themes.In the first two years after graduating from college, Woodworth played electric guitar with local Providence.I.In the evening, the rock band worked as an accountant at a local jewelry company during the day.But unlike most Cost Accounting, Woodford will wear green electric chinos, making him a hit for local punk rock singers.One day in 1985, Woodworth went to work and found that the door of the jewelry company was locked because of an application for bankruptcy protection.After a relative in Ohio mentioned they needed help, he decided to go to Columbus to sell advertising space for an antique magazine."It's a bad job, but it's shaping the role," Woodworth said ."."When you have to knock a lot of doors and make a lot of cold calls, you learn to overcome the rejection and move on."To keep himself awake, Woodworth plays golf in the slow afternoon.Woodworth lasted about a year.and-a-Half way before the cold winter arrived, he decided to move back to the West.But instead of returning to the Bay Area, he landed in Malibu, a high-end beach community in Southern California.Woodworth found a job of doing paste --A typesetting of local small paper.When he interviewed for the job, he said he didn't know about typesetting, but he thought everything would work because he learned quickly.The newspaper job paid a bill for months, but Woodford decided to work for a retail typesetting company.One day a tennis player from a local club called Cathy Helbert came in because she needed to make flyers for the tournament."She's wearing her tennis outfit, that's it," Woodworth said with a smile ."."I decided to pay for the flyer in three tennis classes instead of cash.The rest is history.Two months later, on July 1988, the two held a small wedding at Cathy's parents' house in Sacramento.Later that year, they decided to stay in Sonoma because it was a great middle place between Scott's mother in Palo Alto and Kathy's family in Sacramento.At that time, the popularity of personal computers began. Woodworth was able to use his own typesetting experience to create his own graphic design career.The $6,000 Macintosh SE was a huge investment in 1988, but the computer gave Woodworth the opportunity to become his own boss.Woodworth says the computer is small ("my typesetting machine in Malibu is half the size of a mass bug .".) Allowed him to do business in a spare bedroom.Through some persistent work and good contact, Woodford was able to work in the bigNamed after customers like United Airlines and John Hancock Insurance.In the end, Woodworths decided to set up a family that now includes sons Robbie and Bailey as well as a range of animals, from rescued Vietnamese tripe pigs and chickens to dogs, cats and guinea pigs.Woodworth said with a smile: "I am now trying to form a new rock band and then added," My wife just turned her eyes.
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