Michael Jordan was banned from a Miami golf course for wearing cargo pants, according to a Thursday report.
LATimes.com said Jordan played a few holes at La Gorce Country Club Wednesday while sporting the shorts that are against the club’s dress code.
The NBA legend was reportedly approached by personnel while on the 12 th hole and asked to change, but he refused.
Jordan was then asked to never return to the club, according to the article.
A rep for the star released a statement. Read the statement and the full report on LATimes.com.
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