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post #19 of 39

I like logo t-shirts without the phrase, he's why. The logo is (or can be) an identifiable brand, but the pithy catch phrase is not likely going to be part of your brand. And certainly do not make reference to any forum specific behaviors, we enjoy the community here, but forums are not generally thought of as cool and can be daunting for new members. Anything that denotes attitude is not going to attract new members.

 

As for the type of shirt, you need it to be something that can be worn on the golf course, not our doing chores. This is a community of people that buy golf shirts, so make it a golf shirt (wicking material, polo). The challenge is getting folks to buy them for $80 because it's not cheap to get custom, good polo's.

post #20 of 39

"Got Game?"

 

My son's favorite: "I Kill for Slow Play" 

post #21 of 39

"I'm not wearing this shirt, I'm gaming it."

post #22 of 39

As to a t-shirt, I prefer something super thin and soft in cotton - also prefer the saying to be short and in non-capital letters as in "got game?"

 

or a breathable, dri-fit workout shirt.

 

If it's a polo, I prefer only a smallish logo in a circular pattern around the left pec like many shirts - in a breathable polyester. I prefer IJP Designs, and since I find them on their website on sale for $51 and less, there is the potential for getting it done at a decent value.

post #23 of 39

I am in. But no idea on witty saying right now. After all can't wear a Tee shirt on the course. Since I've been wearing Mvmac's hat, my Putter is allergic to Greens!

 

As for "Troll's need not apply", That's what I refer to my Ex-wife as.

post #24 of 39
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

I'd be in for a TST golf shirt but probably not a t-shirt as my drawers are overflowing with t-shirts that the wife wants me to get rid of. Of course I may change my mind depending on what the final product looks like. I'll keep an eye on the thread though.

 

Same here. Lots of courses out there require players to wear a shirt with a collar - even some public courses.

post #25 of 39

1. Yes

 

2. Black and white image of just hands and club at P6, underneath - "Lag happens... deliver it ..."

Keep calm and read golf @ thesandtrap.com

My other set of irons are Mizunos

Ball starts with face, curves away from path

Old New True ball flight laws

post #26 of 39
Im all then way in. I have no idea what to put on it though. But ofcourse I'll represent TST.
post #27 of 39
Thread Starter 

In other words… (and I'm chuckling as I type this):

  • We have no consensus on whether we should get t-shirts or polos
  • We have no consensus at all on what the shirt should say

 

Keep going! We're off to a great start! a3_biggrin.gif

post #28 of 39

I toiled over posting this, I probably should not, but I cannot help my infantile self.  

 

Here is what I want mine to say:

 

"One should take heed with care and regard for discretion as to the formation and summation of one's opinion on the forum.  Should evidentiary information arise to the contrast of the aforementioned opinion it is advised to acquiesce for the sake of equivocating the wrath of those inflamed with rage over such an imprudent take."  

 

Amen...

 

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post #29 of 39
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

In other words… (and I'm chuckling as I type this):

  • We have no consensus on whether we should get t-shirts or polos
  • We have no consensus at all on what the shirt should say

 

Keep going! We're off to a great start! a3_biggrin.gif

 

We want a poll! We want a poll! We want a poll!

 

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post #30 of 39
Thread Starter 

I was just thinking… It's too bad a t-shirt can't have an animated GIF as the graphic.

post #31 of 39

Dancing Banana shirts?

post #32 of 39
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Dancing Banana shirts?

 

I was thinking more like d2_doh.gif

post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

I was thinking more like d2_doh.gif

That could be a limited-run version just for Fourputt. :-p
post #34 of 39

"Golfers do it on grass" <--- see "69" below.

"Fore"

"Fore, I said fore!"  <--- the longer version

"69, here I come" <--- no comment, see "do it on grass" above

post #35 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

In other words… (and I'm chuckling as I type this):

  • We have no consensus on whether we should get t-shirts or polos
  • We have no consensus at all on what the shirt should say

 

Keep going! We're off to a great start! a3_biggrin.gif

 

I'm in

 
I think if there's going to be some witty saying printed, it should be on a T-Shirt and not a polo. I haven't seen many (or any at all) polos that have some sayings on it besides a design or logo on it and just picturing a polo with that type of print on there looks a little tacky.
 
If it's a polo, I think a simple TST logo on the back, top-center of the shirt should be good. 
 
Simple, half-assed suggestion for the shirt:
 
19th Hole
:beer:
post #36 of 39

I would think something along the lines of...

 

"I'm in the Trap"

"I'm always in the Trap" or Sand Trap

"I always hit the Trap" or Sand Trap

"There is always a good lie in The Sand Trap"

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