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  1. If they are worth it depends on allot of factors. As a walker if it is warm I am really unlikely to put on rain pants and would be more likely to wear shorts and just let me legs get wet. When it is gets cold I find them a must. I will wear tight fighting 'long jons' under them and then Gore-tex pants (don't like regular pants underneath). I prefer pac-lite pants(that is a type of Gore-tex) as they stretch and work well to add layers to. Lots of companies make a gore-tex and they all have to make it the standard so it just about the colours/fit you like. When walking you need some
  2. Intersting comment. Our women's events traditionally used to be on the weekends, but the women's event committee found most of the women members preferred to play them weekdays. When they moved the events to Fridays participation went way up. Once and a while someone who does not know they history will complain and state that it some misogynistic policy (and we are stuck in the 1950's) or something - and then we let them know that the women can have their events anytime they like but here in 2021 the vast majority chose Friday. I would not assume why the
  3. What if an animal is mascot of the greens crew and thus on honorary greenskeeper?
  4. It is interesting to note the PGA draws a larger percentage if it audience from women then does the LPGA. The for the most part the LPGA only draws in hardcore golf fans and this just happened to by mostly men as for what ever reason women are less likely to be "hardcore" fans of sport in general (maybe the actual have a life). Ignore gender and LPGA is second tier professional league - second tier leagues regardless of the sport/gender have significant drop off from the top tier league in early every sport - Hockey, Football, Baseball, Basketball etc.
  5. LPGA has less eyes on it. On TV. On the Internet. On this Forum. I like the product, I watch it, but I get that it does not have anywhere near the interest of the PGA.
  6. The thread has averaged 1 post a day (2 from me). Case in point around the LPGA not driving enough traffic.
  7. The PGA Tour operators would love another Major - more money more eyeballs on their product, but even they know the fans would reject it. I will never happen.
  8. In our region they can not be used without posting a sign with details on where they were sprayed an how much. I live in a in family environmentally friendly area with agrees IPM laws, so I appreciate that may not be the norm for some people.
  9. There was also a guy on the Big Break that played barefoot - that was kind his little thing to make him seem interesting for the show.
  10. I am shocked that a thread about barefoot golf did not stay on topic.
  11. I have seen several, but I am sure it was not intentionally against bare feet - something along the lines of "only soft spike golf shoes must be worn on the golf course." the idea being to prevent non-golf shoes from being worn. I have played around 5000 rounds all over the world, in that time I must of seen tens of thousands of other golfers - maybe well over 100,000 (you see lots of other golfers when you play). I don't recall once seeing someone play barefoot. So I suspect no policy will ever be needed*. *unless some guy on the PGA tour win barefoot.
  12. I am sure every region is different, but I thought I would look into what was going on at my course. After having a look I can't say I have any concerns if I wanted to slip my shoes off. If people are concerned they should do some research as in many regions chemical use has changed significantly over the years. Part of pest management regulations in our area require everything to be reported. Last year we used 60.74KG (147lbs.) of controlled chemicals. The numbers of all courses are posted and around 200lbs seems to be average. The reporting also breaks down each product used and
  13. How do you know someone is a vegan? Look and them and they will tell you.
  14. Let the caddie master know in advance your plan and they will sort it out. Typically they do their best to keep your caddie with you all trip or at the very least all day - even if you are mixing up groups. Of course practically speaking this is not always possible. For instance if a caddie double bags in the morning and then the two guys play in different groups in the afternoon.
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