How many blooming golf shirts?

Wolf

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Surprisingly compared to many on her my golfing clothes arequite sparse.. 4 Polos and 3 pairs golf trousers & 2 quarter zip tops..

My gym wardrobe on the other is literally a full wardrobe of tee shirts, shorts, vest tops, trackies & 27 pairs of different trainers (and ive just got rid 6 pairs as well) 😳
 

RangeMonkey

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2 sweaters (one bought by accident)
2 pairs trousers
One gilet
One waterproof jacket
One polo that doesn’t fit
One pair of golf socks
One pair of golf shoes
No shorts

I guess I’ll need a polo that does fit in the spring. Can’t see the need for more than one, as I’ll only play once a week at the most.
 

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I'm feeling better now although I realise I may have jumper issues.

5 polo shirts
3 pairs of trousers
1 pair of shorts
7 jumpers/tops (not sure how that happened although it is cold here for much of the year so maybe that's why my eyes are drawn to them in a shop)
2 pairs of golf shoes (just bought a third pair in the sales but I wont start wearing those until one of the two pairs dies. That keeps it at two for me 🤔😁)
 

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I dread to think. I certainly have a wardrobe full of polo shirts, windproofs and zip fronted jumpers, another that holds my golf trousers and a drawer full of woollen golf jumpers. In my defence I do try and wear as many as I can on a rotational basis but could probably lose 10 polos and 4-5 jumpers with ease
 

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Got one for Christmas which gives me a total of 4, badly lacking the required standard for the forum! *Hangs head in shame*
 

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3 golf collared shirts
1 golf trousers
1 long sleeve windstopper
1 short sleeve windstopper
1 long sleeve base layer
1 short sleeve windstopper
1 rain jacket
1 pair of golf shoes

I have some other mixed use shirts, trousers and jumpers that can do for golf but also other things.

I can't stand to keep things around I don't need so prefer to donate or recycle wherever possible.
 

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I went to Harrod's once but didn't buy too much.
Very nice stuff but not priced for the proletariat.
Again, what I did buy was nice, though.
There are other shops in the UK;)

We could ask does every American shop at Macy's and Bloomingdales?
And Tiffany's, had some nice jewellery but not for the commoner.....
At least you have a passport, and know where Europe is:)
 

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About a dozen polos
Maybe half a dozen pairs of trousers
7 or 8 jumpers
3 pairs of shoes

Quite frugal really, but don't talk about clubs....
 

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There are other shops in the UK;)

We could ask does every American shop at Macy's and Bloomingdales?
And Tiffany's, had some nice jewellery but not for the commoner.....
At least you have a passport, and know where Europe is:)
Macy's isn't particularly upscale...certainly not like Harrod's.
But your point is well taken.
Sainsbury's, on the other hand, was very similar to American food supermarkets...although food is a little less expensive in America.

Coastal Americans are more likely to have passports and not be xenophobic.
Interior America may as well be a different nation and I often wish that it were.
They could still grow our food as an exporter.
 
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Dont know why but I’ve just had a look :LOL:
9x Polo shirts
3x Trousers
4x Shorts
3x 1/4 Zips
1x Gillet
1x Rain jacket
3x Shoes (2 spikes/1 spike less)
 
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Been in 34" waist trousers for the last 38 years now, and still room to spare :p:D:unsure:
We've been on a high protein, low carb diet for two months now, and I'm down to a 32 inch waist and tummy now :eek: I can't remember the last time I was in 32 inch waist trousers, may now need to replenish the wardrobe, although currently making do with the belt pulled in an extra two notches
 
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