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Just got a locker and I'm going to start putting some stuff in it and wanted to know what you keep in yours or would keep if you had one.

I'm thinking a set of golf clothes, extra socks, hat, some warm, wind and wet weather stuff. Extra balls, shoes.

 

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I actually am entitled to a locker at my home course, but I never use one. Opportunities to play or hit the range come up randomly and aren't always at the old home course, so my stuff stays in my car.

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I'd say you have most of it.  Contact lens solution and a spare case, if you wear contacts.  A brush or comb, a razor, soap and shampoo, if there aren't provided.

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Even when i was a member at private clubs, i put nothing in my locker besides a spare set of clothes in case i had to take a shower after a round and didn't have time to go home. Never any equipment like balls or clubs. The trunk of my car has pretty much always been my locker room. The only times i went into the lockeroom at the last club i was a member was to use the john. Its not that uncommon, even though some clubs look down on the practice. 

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I built a homemade shoe rack and put it in my locker. Made it out PVC pipe. 

I also have rain gear, and 6-8 hats.

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Aspirin, band-aids, batteries, tees, gloves, emergency cigar etc. Anything you think it might be convenient to stuff in there.

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