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post #19 of 22

Like others, I wear my golf polos to work as well (the cheaper ones).  I've paid up to $50 for a shirt, but $40 is typically my max.  I try to find them when they're closing out a particular years shirt to make way for the new designs.  You can often find them at good prices then.  I buy most of my shirts on Amazon too.  Might pop into Dick's for a couple if I have a coupon or some Score Card rewards points.  Although usually Dick's coupons are a scam - as they exclude pretty much EVERY brand.  "20% off your next Golf Apparel Purchase" Excludes Nike, Taylor Made, Adidas, Oakley, Puma, Callaway, Walter Hagen, Slazenger, PING, Under Armour, FootJoy and all other brands you would think of purchasing, additional exclusions may apply.

 

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post #20 of 22
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Like others, I wear my golf polos to work as well (the cheaper ones).  I've paid up to $50 for a shirt, but $40 is typically my max.  I try to find them when they're closing out a particular years shirt to make way for the new designs.  You can often find them at good prices then.  I buy most of my shirts on Amazon too.  Might pop into Dick's for a couple if I have a coupon or some Score Card rewards points.  Although usually Dick's coupons are a scam - as they exclude pretty much EVERY brand.  "20% off your next Golf Apparel Purchase" Excludes Nike, Taylor Made, Adidas, Oakley, Puma, Callaway, Walter Hagen, Slazenger, PING, Under Armour, FootJoy and all other brands you would think of purchasing, additional exclusions may apply.

 

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Haha, you have to love the exclusions. Right on the money and that cracked me up. I actually have a Golf Galaxy coupon at home right now which is almost verbatim to what you listed. Needless to say, I've successfully used maybe one coupon that I've ever been sent and that turned out to be 5% off of $100 worth of regripping.

post #21 of 22

There's an Under Armour outlet close by.  Do most of my shopping there.  Every once in a while my wife will pick up some nice shirts @ Kohl's...I thinl Champion brand.

 

NEVER pay full price for a golf shirt. I'll never spend over $25.00 for a golf shirt.

 

Same for shoes...always go to the "Clearance" section on the stores.

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@Hardballs
 You type the comma with your thumb?  Odd.
ive been called worse!
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And i believe that you want the words 'their ass', not  'there ass' when describing the effects of UK heat waves, if any.  
damn you joe! I'm usually very particular about my there their they're,
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Finally,  i much prefer cotton, or cotton/linen, pants (trousers) for hot weather golf.   Except for modern sun-blocking synthetic fabrics, which i do wear for the protection, i generally avoid synthetics and go cotton for shirts.  And long sleeved only.  Can wear short sleeves if also use arm-condoms,  as seen on many lady Asian  pros. 
arm condoms? And you think I'm odd?
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See recent surgeon general's (USA) report on skin cancer. 
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