Tommy Fleetwood jokes that his Team GB team-mates – together with the physio and his golf captain – have asked to borrow a hairdryer on the athletes’ village… however he reveals he does NOT use one to preserve his lengthy locks
Tommy Fleetwood has hilariously moved to shut down hypothesis that a hairdryer is the key behind his locks as he revealed that a variety of Team GB team-mates have asked to borrow one on the athletes’ village.
The 30-year-old’s distinctive long-flowing hair has been a close to fixed characteristic of his career, as he at the moment hopes to add an Olympic medal to his trophy case.
On his European Tour weblog, Fleetwood, who’s at the moment representing Team GB on the Olympics insisted: ‘One factor I’ll NOT be contributing to the Team is a hairdryer.
Tommy Fleetwood has hilariously denied utilizing a hairdryer to preserve his distinctive hairdo
The 30-year-old’s (left) distinctive long-flowing hair has been a fixed characteristic in his career
‘As a lot as this information could shock the world, I really feel compelled to reveal that a man with my particular model of haircut doesn’t journey with a hairdryer.
‘The purpose I’m sharing this little recognized truth is that individuals preserve asking if they will borrow my hairdryer! It all began the day after we obtained right here.’
Fleetwood defined he was first approached by the Team GB physio, earlier than additionally being asked from the Team GB golf captain Nigel Edwards.
The golfer revealed that Team GB team-mates have assumed that he owns a hairdryer and have asked to use it on the athletes’ village
The dialog did return to golf nevertheless, with Fleetwood signing off saying: ‘I hoped that writing all of these things down would have a calming impact, however I believe it is simply made me much more enthusiastic in regards to the Olympic expertise as a result of I’ve been eager about it a lot!
‘Feels like I’ll be staying on the fever pitch finish of the joy scale for a few extra days…’
Fleetwood shot a one-under-par spherical of 70 within the first spherical of the lads’s particular person golf competitors on the Olympics, with the Briton trailing chief Sepp Straka of Austria by seven strokes.
Paul Casey is the highest-placed Brit, sitting eighth after a gap 67, 4 below par.
Paul Casey is the highest-placed Brit after the primary spherical of the Olympic golf event