Kevin Na has a weird logo on his shirt, which, underneath the logo, has the letters WAAC. Now that the Las Vegas native is in contention again on the PGA Tour at the Wyndham Championship, people are wondering what in the world those letters mean.
As it turns out, it's a motivational slogan more than anything else.
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@DrewCarr_ apparently it stands for Win At All Costs. Said he gets asked about it a ton.
— Will Gray (@WillGrayGC) August 19, 2016
So, it means Win at All Costs, and it actually is the clothing made by a brand called WAAC Golf out of Korea.
That's what Na is trying to do this week so that he can guarantee himself a high ranking heading into the FedEx Cup playoffs. Na will not be able to play in all three FedEx Cup playoff events before the season-ending, big-money Tour Championship, as Na's wife is delivering their first child during the week of the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second playoff event.
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