Posted 28 November 2012 - 02:37 PM
elrey23, on 12 October 2010 - 01:10 AM, said:
I thought this poll was a bit of a joke too. Tucked or untucked? Really? I didn't know this was Milan at fashion week, I was under the misguided belief it was a game, a game called golf. It appears I've tripped and wandered into the middle of a discussion about the merits of a tucked or untucked shirt. I play golf to have fun. I play golf to shoot a score. I must be forgiven for not keeping constant track of whether my shirt is in or out. If a club, regardless of name, ever tells me that I can't play with an untucked shirt, they can stuff it. I've played many fine courses around this great country of ours and never once has a remark been made about my untucked shirt. The first time that comment is uttered will be the last time I darken the door of that particular establishment. I simply don't like the way golf feels all tucked in. It's not comfortable and I don't feel free.
So you wouldn't play at ~95% of Private country clubs in America, including Augusta National, because of your shirt?
Golf shirts are designed to be tucked in. Yes golf is a game but it's a gentleman's game. Gentlemen tuck their shirts in.
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