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Old 08-26-2014, 06:13 PM
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But that's just for official tournaments right?
Probably. I'm not sure how they would enforce it otherwise. It was linked off of the local course's page as the "rules" so who knows if they enforce it.

But knee-high argyle socks? Really??
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Old 08-26-2014, 07:04 PM
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Probably. I'm not sure how they would enforce it otherwise. It was linked off of the local course's page as the "rules" so who knows if they enforce it.

But knee-high argyle socks? Really??
I read that too on the website of a local golf courses offering footgolf.

But... When I read it... It read as being a little "cheeky" in the writing.

You know... Ask for it, in a way with a smile. Wether they get patrons coming in argyles is beside the point. It suggests that they are looking for classy, but fun. It's like encouraging your office staff to attend a social event with matching vests. You as the organizer might get it, you won't fire anyone if they don't, but if you don't ask.... You won't get it.

For footgolf I bet they would otherwise get phone calls asking about dress code. Better to get out ahead of it and make it a "fun" thing instead of a policy answer.
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