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    The beginning of the end.....

    Some of the comments on Facebook about this. I know it's going to rile some people, but personally I don't care.
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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mashleyR7 View Post
    Some of the comments on Facebook about this. I know it's going to rile some people, but personally I don't care.
    A bit dramatic....

    So his shirt is not tucked into his trousers or is it the Hawaiian style people don't like
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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    Is there something I am missing?
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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    See it all the time so not really bothered.

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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    Tongue in cheek maybe....
    I'm not a fan of the Hawaiian shirt tbh but the fact that it's un tucked doesn't bother me. It obviously goes against nearly every dress code of a UK course and it will cause some stuffy people to kick up a fuss about how the traditions, standard etc are being lowered.
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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    I don't really like Hawaiian shirts generally, the fact that it's on a golf course makes no difference. I'm surprised he wasn't made to tuck it in though.
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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    I was hoping to wear a really bright Hawaiian shirt and my flower 'clown' trousers for the next H4H day, does that mean its a no goer

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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    I’ve seen quite a few clubs rules changed in regards to shirts. They now generally state shirts must be tucked in unless tailored to be worn otherwise.

    quite a few of the latest offerings are more fitting, (granted we’re not all athletes), but for those that they suit it looks fine imo.
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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mashleyR7 View Post
    Tongue in cheek maybe....
    I'm not a fan of the Hawaiian shirt tbh but the fact that it's un tucked doesn't bother me. It obviously goes against nearly every dress code of a UK course and it will cause some stuffy people to kick up a fuss about how the traditions, standard etc are being lowered.
    Sit back and watch them implode with a rye smile on your face. Agreed - both don't bother me at all, however, I tuck my shirt in as I find it more comfortable that way.
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    Re: The beginning of the end.....

    Dress codes in the USA are generally much more relaxed than over here. Also, looks like he is on the range so quite likely he will be required to tuck his shirt in on the course.

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