Octopus Pants Sported By Billy Horschel At U.S. Open

    June 16, 2013
    Zach Walton
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Octopus pants sound like they would be the height of fashion in some French fashion show. That may be the case in the future, but for now, octopus pants are the sole innovation of Billy Horschel.

Horschel, who is participating in the final round U.S. Open today, was spotted wearing some pretty outlandish octopus print pants. He even tweeted a picture of the pants to show the world that he’s ready to shake up the conservative world of golf fashion.

After he appeared on television, octopus pants took off across various social networks. Even people who don’t normally watch golf were swept up by the octopus golf craze.

From the looks of it, Horschel won’t be winning the U.S. Open. Even so, he already scored a win today for the sport of golf by increasing its visibility among non-fans with his pants.

[h/t: The 700 Level]
  • laurie

    I’m gonna make me some… anyone want to join me?

    • bill bob shumowsky

      Hell yes i like to wear the octupus pants!

  • Tom

    They would be more appropriate in line at Wal-Mars or in a nursing home, or as jammies at home.
    But please,not on a club or pro course.

    • Gary prott

      OH yes. Great outfit Billy. Congrats on a pretty good showing at the Open.

  • Diane

    Look like pajamas-but in this day and age-anything goes.

  • Bob Campbell

    The real reason he’s wearing them in public, is, His wife found them in his touring bag and he had to prove to her the pants were his.