View Poll Results: Do you want to wear a jacket and tie?

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Thread: Jacket and Tie

  1. #1
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    Jacket and Tie

    This subject always seems to cause a lot of discussion, so why not have poll! yay!

    Do you thinks its a tradition that we must keep? Will ending its mandatory wear be the beginning of the end for golf as we know it?

    or

    Should we move on, its 2017 after all

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Voted meh. It's an inevitable inconvenience in the current climate but desperately hope these clubs begin to move forward and no, it won't end with the walls of the clubhouse crumbling if they do way with ties (in particular)

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Can't vote as on mobile thingy but it doesn't bother me as a visitor, I have a choice. It maybe bother me more if it was my home club but again I'd have a choice whether I join or not.

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    Ryder Cup Winner Hobbit's Avatar
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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    No! But if it's the rule wherei want to visit I'll do it. But as we've seen today with the sentencing of Viscount Idiot, clothes don't guarantee decency, but they are capable of hiding idiots.
    Give it big humpties

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    What does 'meh' mean?

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    Voted meh. It's an inevitable inconvenience in the current climate but desperately hope these clubs begin to move forward and no, it won't end with the walls of the clubhouse crumbling if they do way with ties (in particular)
    If you don't use ties when building a cavity wall then a crumbling clubhouse is a highly probable outcome



    (One for the builders out there)

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarkus1212 View Post
    If you don't use ties when building a cavity wall then a crumbling clubhouse is a highly probable outcome



    (One for the builders out there)

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    No for me, not so much of an issue post game, but having to wear one during lunch, when you are going to play afterwards is crazy to me.

    I'm not sure I've ever sat and eaten a meal actually wearing a jacket, it always comes off for the actual meal.

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Quote Originally Posted by CliveW View Post
    What does 'meh' mean?
    i thought you would know being a farmer
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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    So long as there is still a normal bar in which I can have a burger and chips, then I'm not bothered if the carvery/in the dining room is jacket & tie. Will happily wear it for certain events.
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