Pro Golfer Michelle Wie West’s Tie-Dye Hoodies Sold Out in 3 Hours

A tie-dye hoodie designed by professional golfer Michelle Wie West sold out in three hours after being spotted on the Golden State Warriors players.

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA)’s official Twitter shared a photo of GSW guard Damion Lee donning the hoodie, designed by the professional female golfer, on Wednesday, according to Golf Week.

A day later, another GSW player, Kent Bazemore, was spotted wearing the same tie-dye hoodie.

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The hoodie, priced at $74.99, is expected to be restocked by the weekend and is scheduled for an official launch next week.

Although not much information is known yet on the #HoodieForGolf campaign, Wie West’s husband, Jonnie West, who is the GSW’s director of basketball operations, said all the proceeds will benefit the Renee Powell Fund.

The Renee Powell Fund, through its grant, will help provide “access, instruction, equipment and additional expenses required to be introduced to the game of golf and stay engaged with the sport.”

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As part of its initiative, it will also provide “need-based grants to LPGA*USGA Girls Golf programs that are inclusive of Black communities.”

In addition to the Renee Powell Fund, proceeds from sales will also go to The Clearview Legacy Foundation, Golf Digest reported.

Feature Images via @michellewiewest (left), LPGA ProShop (right)

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