It’s 8:30 AM on a Saturday morning, I’m 3 Transfusions deep, and I just bombed my tee shot 250 yards down the middle of the fairway. Almost everything is perfect, except for my underwear. It’s been corkscrewed in and around my groin area.

Why has nobody fixed this?

Every guy in the clubhouse I’ve spoken to has had the same exact issue – after each swing their underwear is getting pretzeled around their waist. It seems that all golfers are entirely unable to avoid the notorious golf-wedgie. How does Titlelist have a team of Nobel Laureates in a lab getting a half yard more out of my driver, but I can’t I play a hole of golf without my underwear French braiding between my legs?

Enter Birddogs – shorts with built-in boxer briefs. Go figure… the best pair of golf shorts don’t come from a golf company. The outside looks like khaki, but they flex and breathe like Batman’s suit. By having the underwear sewn-in, everything stays perfectly in place.

I’ve never worn anything so comfortable – on or off the golf course. Personally, I own 14 pairs of Birddogs, and they should be a part of every golfer’s arsenal.

Birddogs has already taken over every municipal course around the beltway. And, with the PGA now allowing shorts in practice rounds and at Pro Am events, don’t be surprised if you see some of the bigger names making the switch to Birddogs.

5 thoughts on “The Best Golf Shorts Aren’t Even From a Golf Company – Go Figure

  1. How strange. I’ve been golfing for 50 years, and exactly zero guys I’ve spoken to have had this issue. Do I detect the stench of sponsored content?

  2. So the answer to twisted underwear is to buy $50 shorts that have boxer briefs sewn into them but not just buy boxer briefs?

    Funny, I own 14 pairs of boxer briefs (that didn’t cost me $50 a pair) and I can wear them under ANY pair of shorts.

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