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

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Thread: Jacket and Tie

  1. #11
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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    It's a meehhhhh from me.

    I wouldnt wear a jacket while eating in any circumstance it'd be removed.
    Would rather be in the bar with a plate of chips and cheese.

    Im not following an outdated rule for outdated committee members vanity. Nor would I have to be in that position in the first place.

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    I think the beginning of the end was when we started to see people playing golf who werent wearing a jacket and tie.
    I blame our colonial cousins across the Atlantic who seem to have started the trend, which only accelerated after the war with an overall drop in sartorial standards, and the introduction of garments made of synthetic fibres.
    Stepping onto the first tee without ones jacket and tie is arguably worse than doing so naked.

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Only worn at funerals and job interviews.
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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Quote Originally Posted by CliveW View Post
    What does 'meh' mean?
    A phrase literally coined by the Simpsons (or at least popularised by them) meaning indifference or lack of interest.

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
    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

    I dislike ties generally - wear them for weddings, funerals, job interviews, that's it. The triumvirate of tie-wearing occasions.
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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Doesn't worry me at all. If I know beforehand a suit and tie goes into the car, if I am not sure, a suit and tie goes into the car, it's really not a problem. Would I want to do it every time, after I played golf, probably not, but if the club was great and it was a requirement, I see it as a small price to pay.

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Voted Meh, as in it doesn't bother me personally. Happy to wear a jacket and tie if that's what the club requires. However, i understand how its this kind of thing that puts people off of getting involved in the game.
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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Quote Originally Posted by Roops View Post
    Doesn't worry me at all. If I know beforehand a suit and tie goes into the car, if I am not sure, a suit and tie goes into the car, it's really not a problem. Would I want to do it every time, after I played golf, probably not, but if the club was great and it was a requirement, I see it as a small price to pay.
    Exactly this

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    Re: Jacket and Tie

    Quote Originally Posted by drive4show View Post
    Exactly this
    +1 for the above
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