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Old 10-09-2012, 12:41 AM
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I think you missed the point that for now, it's only individuals who might look suspect, not the sport. We may think it's a sport, but it's not really a sport in the pop culture sense until enough people watch it, and when they watch it in large enough numbers the bigger sponsors will come, and when the sponsors come the dress codes may come as a contingency for the money to come. The PDGA does have a dress code policy already so it's not like the effort hasn't been made for the time being.
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