Collarless Golf Tees

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  • Schley Schley Love ya don't tell ya enough! Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaMembers Posts: 1,179 ✭✭
    Is what Tiger wears now conforming ? Looks nowhere near conforming for me.
  • ((hoselrocket))((hoselrocket)) Members Posts: 109 ✭✭
    I dig the blade polo. Bought two of them. If I’m going somewhere I don’t know if they’ll allow them I always have an extra shirt in my car anyway that has a collar.
  • mankumanku Members Posts: 737 ✭✭
    My take is when you're a guest at a private course, you should dress and act as inoffensively and politely as possible - the last thing you want to do is get your host in hot water or embarrass him. And, as you can tell from reading some of these posts, there are some really uptight courses and members.



    So for me, it's boring golf pants/shorts, TUCKED IN traditional golf shirt, golf belt, golf shoes. Also, make sure they're not rumpled...which isn't really a problem anymore with today's fabrics. Nothing that would stand out or be cutting edge, fashion wise.



    PS. When Bob Goalby won the Masters in 68, he was wearing a short sleeve mock turtleneck...at ANC...go figure!
  • LeoLeo99LeoLeo99 Members Posts: 4,097 ✭✭
    manku wrote:


    My take is when you're a guest at a private course, you should dress and act as inoffensively and politely as possible - the last thing you want to do is get your host in hot water or embarrass him. And, as you can tell from reading some of these posts, there are some really uptight courses and members.



    So for me, it's boring golf pants/shorts, TUCKED IN traditional golf shirt, golf belt, golf shoes. Also, make sure they're not rumpled...which isn't really a problem anymore with today's fabrics. Nothing that would stand out or be cutting edge, fashion wise.



    PS. When Bob Goalby won the Masters in 68, he was wearing a short sleeve mock turtleneck...at ANC...go figure!




    I'll wear louder colors but with a collar. A belt is a belt to me. What's a golf belt?
  • mankumanku Members Posts: 737 ✭✭
    LeoLeo99 wrote:

    manku wrote:


    My take is when you're a guest at a private course, you should dress and act as inoffensively and politely as possible - the last thing you want to do is get your host in hot water or embarrass him. And, as you can tell from reading some of these posts, there are some really uptight courses and members.



    So for me, it's boring golf pants/shorts, TUCKED IN traditional golf shirt, golf belt, golf shoes. Also, make sure they're not rumpled...which isn't really a problem anymore with today's fabrics. Nothing that would stand out or be cutting edge, fashion wise.



    PS. When Bob Goalby won the Masters in 68, he was wearing a short sleeve mock turtleneck...at ANC...go figure!




    I'll wear louder colors but with a collar. A belt is a belt to me. What's a golf belt?




    Not a leather dress belt, though some pros seem to wear them. Go on a golf store website, or golf store and take a look.
  • NaptimeNaptime Members Posts: 611 ✭✭
    edited Jun 16, 2018 #37
    Some places with golf shirt requirements specifically state on their websites that blades are OK. Personally I never liked wearing golf shirts anywhere; the only ones I own were gifts or bought just for course wear. Most got donated away to Goodwill etc. I don't like the feel and hate the flapping collar around my neck and frankly I look pretty dorky when I wear one. If I have a collared shirt on I prefer to wear a tie. Most of time I can get by on the course with a zip vest or top over a nice performance top, as long as the temps aren't too warm. Just zip it up for the swing.
  • bigred90gtbigred90gt Lefty Boomers Posts: 4,351 ✭✭
    djpvt wrote:


    Wore the Nike blade collars at the Greenbrier without problem. Check the pro shop if you're wondering -- chances are even these nice courses carry them with the course logo -- if so, you are good to go




    Tons of courses sell t-shirts in the pro shop too, but they won’t let you wear those either. I’ve bought Nike t-shirts and a Travis Mathew t-shirt at different courses, but I know without a doubt I couldn’t wear them at either.
  • IsleOfManIsleOfMan Members Posts: 2,309 ✭✭
    Anyone besides Nike making these in a tech/dri-fit material? I'd like to find something similar but less expensive to wear under 1/4 zips that make up the bulk of my casual wear (dad uniform) as well as golf. I know my club doesn't mind them, I've played there regularly with just a t-shirt under a 1/4 zip, including with the club pro and other guys from the pro shop.
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  • playaplaya Members Posts: 8,727 ✭✭
    qtlaw wrote:


    I loved rocking the mock tees in the late 90's; wish I still had them. Not a fan of the henley collars though.


    Old mock tees were cool, don't understand why they went out of fashion.
  • Cottonseed.Cottonseed. Members Posts: 185 ✭✭
    Not this s*** again.



    Wear em if you want, but dont expect to get away with it without a jab from someone.



    And if you dont get a jab, then theyre saying it while your on the teebox.
  • eebombeebomb Members Posts: 560 ✭✭
    Love the nike blade collars
  • 2putttom2putttom # 1 Oregon Duck fan Members Posts: 10,008 ✭✭
    manku wrote:

    LeoLeo99 wrote:

    manku wrote:


    My take is when you're a guest at a private course, you should dress and act as inoffensively and politely as possible - the last thing you want to do is get your host in hot water or embarrass him. And, as you can tell from reading some of these posts, there are some really uptight courses and members.



    So for me, it's boring golf pants/shorts, TUCKED IN traditional golf shirt, golf belt, golf shoes. Also, make sure they're not rumpled...which isn't really a problem anymore with today's fabrics. Nothing that would stand out or be cutting edge, fashion wise.



    PS. When Bob Goalby won the Masters in 68, he was wearing a short sleeve mock turtleneck...at ANC...go figure!




    I'll wear louder colors but with a collar. A belt is a belt to me. What's a golf belt?




    Not a leather dress belt, though some pros seem to wear them. Go on a golf store website, or golf store and take a look.
    I played golf this weekend with a gut wearin' a belt that cost more than his M3 driver.
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  • playaplaya Members Posts: 8,727 ✭✭
    edited Jun 21, 2018 #44
    In a weird coincidence, after reading this thread the other day I was looking through the discount rack at the local shop and found a genuine TW white short sleeved mock tee for 80% off. It said shop soiled but was clean. Guy in the store said it was marked down cause it was old stock haha.

    For $20 AUD it's my best find in a while.

    I will be rocking it this weekend.
  • ronboronbo Members Posts: 465 ✭✭
    My shop sent them back, Pro said he sold 1 in 6 months.
  • deadsolid...shankdeadsolid...shank ClubWRX Posts: 14,685 ClubWRX
    manku wrote:

    LeoLeo99 wrote:

    manku wrote:


    My take is when you're a guest at a private course, you should dress and act as inoffensively and politely as possible - the last thing you want to do is get your host in hot water or embarrass him. And, as you can tell from reading some of these posts, there are some really uptight courses and members.



    So for me, it's boring golf pants/shorts, TUCKED IN traditional golf shirt, golf belt, golf shoes. Also, make sure they're not rumpled...which isn't really a problem anymore with today's fabrics. Nothing that would stand out or be cutting edge, fashion wise.



    PS. When Bob Goalby won the Masters in 68, he was wearing a short sleeve mock turtleneck...at ANC...go figure!




    I'll wear louder colors but with a collar. A belt is a belt to me. What's a golf belt?




    Not a leather dress belt, though some pros seem to wear them. Go on a golf store website, or golf store and take a look.




    So if I get a nice golf belt does it make my cargo shorts good to go!?��



    I really don’t much care what anyone wears. I figure if it’s within the course’s dress code then it’s good enough for me.
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  • ((hoselrocket))((hoselrocket)) Members Posts: 109 ✭✭
    edited Jun 23, 2018 #47
    If it’s good enough for Tommy Fleetwood to shoot a US Open 63 in, it’s good enough for me...
  • groachgroach Members Posts: 210 ✭✭
    When I play a nicer private course here in the Twin Cities like Minikhada, Minnesota Valley, Bracketts, or even a nice public course like Edinburgh, Legends, or Meadows, I'll wear a collard shirt. Otherwise, I'm a t-shirt guy. Love dri-fit shirts from Nike, Puma, and Adidas. Who cares - you want my money or for me to dress a certain way?
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