Does your (Private) course allow "Mock Turtlenecks"?



  • j_wil_06j_wil_06 Jr. Boomers Posts: 120
    duder wrote on May 12 2006, 04:30 AM:

    I've worked at a course that would only allow the mock collar if it was long sleeved. No short sleeved mocks allowed. I thought that was a little strange.

    that is kindve strange...but i can see where they are coming from. i do think that the longsleeves mock turtlenecks look much more classy. And our club allows highschool team 'uniform' last year was a longsleeve white mock turtleneck, with a little logo on the collar part. they were very classy looking, and i never heard anyone complain...
  • ljdarbyljdarby Members Posts: 15
    Yes, our private course does have a uniformly enforced dress code. Mock turtlenecks are allowed, as long as the mock neck is at least 1.25 inches in width.

    We do NOT allow non-collared shirts or denim of any type. Golfers must wear non-metal spikes.


  • sync71sync71 Jr. Boomers Posts: 1,534
    Are course allows "mocks" I like them but I dont have any, Ill probably get 1 or 2 for next season. We have a very relaxed dress code, the shirt has to have sleeves. Everyone wears ethier mocks or collared shirts except for the occasinal person.
  • GooseGoose Junior Mod Squad Posts: 1,270 ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    yeh players set the dress code at my club....which basically means that anything that goes in the golf fashion industry goes at my club.

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