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    Glenn Foster

    Anybody know if an “untuck it” type golf shirt exists? I know most of us have them come untucked while playing in 95 degree heat anyway, but didn’t know if the style exists and if World Am committee has thought about that as a shirt choice sometime?
    Anyone have any ideas on this?

    Rick Kimbrell

    Are you suggesting something like dress shirts that are long in front and back but shorter on the sides?
    If not, golf shirts are typically the same length all the way around. I know many people who do not tuck there shirts in when playing. I, for one, am not one of those people and don’t really have an issue keeping my shirt tucked in.

    Ed Guertin

    Hi Glen, I always look for shirts a little on the longer side myself due to all those years of good living and cold beer! Duluth Trading has some you maybe interested in?

    Stan Mahaffey

    Untuck It has golf polos.

    Glenn Foster

    Thanks all for the input. I was just curious if these exist. If so, would the W.A. Committee look at this as an option. I still have the Chang, silk, button up golf shirt from years ago.( Boy that sucker is hot to wear!) I was just thinking it might make a great option sometime for the shirts. We’ve gotten some great colors, and blues & reds seem to be the choices lately, except the green one a couple of years ago.
    See ya on a course in M.B. in 7 weeks or so!!!

    Lee Hooper

    The Green shirt from a few years ago was really nice. How about a very nice shirt in either a Clemson Orange or Furman Purple color.

    Tommy Briggs

    The WA is going to provide us with the shirts from the company that offers the WA the best deal, plain and simple. It does not matter the type of shirt or the brand of shirt, it is the company offering the best deal.

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