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Originally Posted by JML22

I'd golf bare foot if it were feasible

I've seen guys at my club play barefoot..."natural golf" style.

However, If they had a little chat with the course super and learned a bit about the range of pesticides etc. they spray into the course they might think again.

He11, I feel edgy just picking up my ball with a bare hand after talking with him!   LOL

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I've seen guys at my club play barefoot..."natural golf" style. However, If they had a little chat with the course super and learned a bit about the range of pesticides etc. they spray into the course they might think again. He11, I feel edgy just picking up my ball with a bare hand after talking with him!   LOL

I was on a business trip last year and didn't have clubs or shoes so I borrowed my bosses clubs and played in flip flops, my choices were dress shoes or flip flops... I actually played fairly well, I felt as though I was unable to overswing so I made good contact on most shots.

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Funny game isn't it?!

Sounds like the flip flops made you react in much the same way as a golfer returning from an injury....cautious enough not to over swing and consequently play good golf!

However, I'm not sure which is more dangerous : playing in flip flops or borrowing your bosses sticks.  LOL

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I like those brown ones, very stylish. Some Nike shoes made for trails or something also have some pretty sizable nubs on the bottom, I bet they'd be good.

Finally, a 2010 jamo post that made some sense!

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