msn2310 wrote on Apr 30 2009, 10:26 PM:
I see, I do not wear fancy belts so that is not an issue for me. I will say that with pants I would be more inclined to tuck in my shirt but with shorts I think the shirt looks better untucked provided you buy a shirt that fits you right. If you buy a shirt that is too big and it looks like a dress on you then its not going to work. Maybe I am becoming a slob in my older age?? or the fact that I have to dress up to a "T" every single working day so its nice to go a little more casual when playing a game I love on the weekends? Thanks for the comments.
JA5ON wrote on Apr 30 2009, 10:36 PM:
I go tucked in because im normally sporting some ZCavaricchi's and you DONT not tuck with that classy of a pant
msn2310 wrote on Apr 30 2009, 10:50 PM:
Z Cavs, nice... tight rolled with a nice pair of Zodiac shoes and maybe a decent IOU sweatshirt?
Sorry, I went back to my Jr High days... Looks like I am going against the grain of the untucked shirt. Oh well, I like it and will continue to do it, sometimes I think guys who "dress to the 9's" when playing a casual round of golf just look like they are trying to hard, just my oppinion though. I used to be that guy, I guess my mindset has changed a bit. Yes, if playing a top of the line golf course or in a tourney, I would defintately tuck in my shirt and look very presentable. Guess it just depends.
Tmiller72 wrote on May 1 2009, 07:47 AM:
I don't think that tucking your shirt in is "dressing to the 9's". Most of the guys that I see untucked are either wearing jorts OR golf sandals. Hmmm.
Golf472 wrote on May 1 2009, 09:15 AM:
IMO Golf shirts are meant to be tucked in.
I think there may be a connection to tucked shirt and handicap.
I never saw a a low shooter with his shirt hanging out.