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What's your course style? (poll)

Poll Results: What's your course style?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 41% (7)
    Polo: Black or white (Keep it simple)
  • 17% (3)
    Polo: Trendy Oakley & Puma styles (give me some color and cool designs)
  • 29% (5)
    Polo: Stripes (Steve Stricker)
  • 23% (4)
    Polo: Classy (Webb Simpson,
  • 41% (7)
    Polo: Solid colors (yellow, blue, green, Rickie Fowler, red)
  • 23% (4)
    Belt: Colors!!!
  • 58% (10)
    Belt: Nutural colors
  • 11% (2)
    Shoes: Brown / White / Earth tones
  • 82% (14)
    Shoes: Colors / Black / White
  • 11% (2)
    Pants: Colors
  • 70% (12)
    Pants: Earth tones
  • 52% (9)
    Boxers
  • 35% (6)
    Briefs
  • 0% (0)
    whitiy-tighties
  • 70% (12)
    Hat: I want everyone to know what brand I'm wearing (Nike, Titleist, Taylormade, Puma)
  • 17% (3)
    Hat: Off brand
17 Total Votes  
post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 

What's your course style?

 

Trendy Oakley & Puma polos? Thin striped polos?  Shorts or pants?  Brown shoes or black/white shoes?  Colored belt?

post #2 of 16

Black pants/shorts typically

White w/ black stripes...teal w/ white stripes....red with white stripes shirt

Black belt (used to have a white belt, but broke)

White shoes with some black and teal

post #3 of 16

Style?  I don't think I have a "style". 

 

Nice, "golf" shorts with the same tan belt, regardless of the color of anything else I'm wearing, and some kind of polo, whatever I grab.  Hat, no visor.....most of mine are "course" hats rather than "brand" hats.  I'm particularly fond of the U.S. Open venue hats that the USGA sends every year with your membership renewal. 

 

Is that a style?  If so, I'm guessing the word for it isn't very polite..... 

post #4 of 16

None of the above.  It's whatever I grab out of the closet.  There are days when I'm just out running errands and decide to play a round.  Then it's whatever I happen to be wearing, and if my errand was to Lowe's or Home Depot, that could even include (gasp!) either blue jeans or a t-shirt. g2_eek.gif

 

To me, style is how I act on the course, not how I dress. 

post #5 of 16

2 shorts, 2 shirts, and a pair of pants.  that's all i got for golf attire.  mix and match as needed, never wear a belt. i'd play in t-shirt and blue jean shorts if the material handled sweat like the *golf* clothes do.

 

i chuckle when i see people dressed like rickie fowler on a muni...
 

post #6 of 16
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by tuffluck View Post


i chuckle when i see people dressed like rickie fowler on a muni...

 

Lol @ rickie fowler comment. Ages 16 and down I'm cool with it. I think it shows that golf and rickie are pulling in new golfers. 16+ is just ridiculous.
post #7 of 16
Thread Starter 
Do y'all feel pressured to play to play at the same level you dress? Personally, when I'm rocking my Oakley / Titleist gear, I feel like I need to shoot in the low 70s. However, when I play at a muni in shorts and a frumpy polo (not tucked in) I feel like I could shoot 85 without getting any "poser" looks.
post #8 of 16

I have 3 pairs of golf pants, all UA black, brown, and black plaid(favs)

 

3 pairs of shorts all UA brown, light tan, and blue plaid

 

Shirts a mix group-Adidas, white and blue, UA, blue, Golfsmith brand blue stripe, navy

 

Black or brown belt depending on pants

 

Hats Srixon white and blue (free when buying q star, Taylormade white rll logo on side , Titleist navy, and now Nike black.

 

Nike shoes this year, was Footjoy last season and Adidas season before.

 

Nothing flashy as far as colors go.

post #9 of 16

My style is clearance rack. Usually the local pro shop clearance rack.

post #10 of 16

I don't have "outfits" that specifically go together.  I mix and match for the most part.  I have a lot of polo's (around 50) and about (15 pants).  I just have certain style things that I abide to.  Never wear black shoes with shorts, never tuck shirt in without wearing a belt, always tuck shirt in, belt has to match shoes, ect. 

post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by Jasonbolt View Post

Do y'all feel pressured to play to play at the same level you dress? Personally, when I'm rocking my Oakley / Titleist gear, I feel like I need to shoot in the low 70s. However, when I play at a muni in shorts and a frumpy polo (not tucked in) I feel like I could shoot 85 without getting any "poser" looks.

I play "Target" golf when I wear clothing made by Champion.

EDIT: Because they carry Champion stuff at Target. Don't think I got that point across. a2_wink.gif

And because the clothing is nice.
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


I play "Target" golf when I wear clothing made by Champion.

C9 rocks. I don't buy the golf wear but I love the underwear, specifically the compression mocks and t-shirts. Better fit and performance than my Under Armour gear, which I no longer buy. I've had the same rotation of C9 shirts for more than a year and it still looks new.

post #13 of 16

I think I definitely fall into the category of golfers whose gear is far better than their game lol. I like to look sharp. Clothes that fit. Logo on the hat only. 

post #14 of 16

forgot about the hat.  i can't go anywhere near a golf course without my solid white PING hat.  in fact i kind of miss it now...
 

post #15 of 16

I'll dress as casual as i can.  Shorts in neutral or navy (Texas in the summer I can't abide pants), polos without brand logos, USGA hats or hats with brand names from companies whose products I don't play (I have a client who is the Ping rep, and I got a free Callaway hat from RBG).

post #16 of 16

Depends on the weather. When it is cold, long pants (never blue jeans), collared polo shirt and sweater, black wind breaker when needed, black golf shoes, black socks.

 

When it is warm I wear nice shorts, belt (primarily to hold my GPS), collared polo shirt tucked in, brown and white golf shoes and low cut white socks.

 

When I do wear a hat, which is not often, I wear my USGA membership hat.

 

I always leave my cell phone in the car, I hate the damn thing anyway.

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