Yeah! I usually say "goat ranches"!
Just like there are "different strokes for different folks", I feel there are different dress codes for whatever course you're playing. You wouldn't wear a tank top to a wedding or funeral, but for a cookout, or a woodsie around a big fire, why not?
Where I play league is a very casual affair. I've seen guys playing in tank tops and sandals. I haven't seen anyone playing shirtless yet, but it wouldn't surprise me. I also dress very casually there, but I would not even consider it at other venues.
It's like a buddy of mine used to tell me: "Remember where you are!"
I have an Edel putter with the counter balance weight at the top of the handle. The game golf tag cannot screw in at all because it hits the counter weight right away. Other than sawing off the screw part and using glue to glue it on the end, any ideas? Even then, the end of the putter is oval so it wouldn't be exactly a snug fit between the tag and the end of the putter. Really hoping someone here has a Macgyver like idea.
Update: I found this. https://gamegolf.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/1775100-counter-balance-putter-tag-entry
OK Erik fair enough.. we're going to do another one this year; We're going to try to get the Syracuse guys and maybe a couple others... So if it would have been two foursomes it would have been better?
It's not ruining golf, but it has it's effect. About 15-20 years ago, Augusta seemed to be fixated on making their greens putt like glass. OK, except nobody could score on the back 9 on Sunday, where people are supposed to! The Masters lost those roars, those shootouts that made for memorable tournaments. Golf writers began commenting about how "boring" the Masters was becoming!
So, Augusta throttled back. Except for this year when the greens got away from them a little bit. To the point that a player's ball was blown off the green by the wind, into a water hazard. On the 15th, I believe. Of course, by the Rules of Golf, it was all the player's fault and he was assessed a penalty, while the Master's Tournament Committee was completely blameless!