Missed cuts: Cameron Smith and some of the best mullets ever on the PGA Tour – usatoday.com

It truly was all business in the front and a party in the back as Cameron Smith shot his lowest round ever on the PGA Tour on Thursday in the first round of the RBC Heritage.
No, not on his scorecard – he shot 31 on both nines. We’re talking hair.
Nick Faldo, in his television commentator role, couldn’t stop himself from gawking at Smith’s hair. But Smith certainly is not alone to let his hair grow and flow on the PGA Tour. While most Tour players appear to spend as much time in the barber chair as they do in the practice bunker, for decades there have been a few brave players who aren’t afraid to stand out.
(Editor’s note: This writer went to high school in the Florida Panhandle in the ’80s, so he knows a mullet forwards and backwards.)
And while the mullet seems to have vanished in most polished society in recent years, there are still a few players not afraid to bury their collars in hair.
Not counting Smith’s, here are 10 of our favorite Tour non-haircuts of all time. There are plenty of others who sported longer locks – hey, mullets happen, even when we’re not in quarantine – but these 10 would stack up well against anyone.

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