On one of the more special days out of the year, Matt Every showed zero respect for his mother.
Every wore no pink Sunday on the final day of the AT&T Byron Nelson en route to his tied for second finish (21-under par) at Trinity Forest Golf Club.
“We’ve had a rough relationship my entire life,” Every said after his 5-under 67 round on why he showed no respect to mothers. “She wanted me to stick with hockey and my dad pushed me to put all my time into golf — I clearly am my dad’s favorite.”
As the likes of Brooks Koepka, Stephan Jaeger, Scott Piercy, Jordan Spieth, Henrik Stenson, Tim Duncan, Sebastian Munoz and Matt Jones sporting Mother’s Day colors, Every elected to go with a white hat, palm printed green shirt, black belt, black shirt and white shoes.
Quite possibly the worst get up of all-time on such a special day that means so much to 43.5 million mothers in the world.
“It is what it is,” Every said. “I’m not the world’s greatest son but she isn’t the world’s best mother.”
“I was so-so at hockey. I still don’t understand why she wanted me to pursue that career.”