Kev

Trouser Tucking

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Kev    2

To all those players who tuck their trousers into their socks on the course, stop it you look stupid. You wouldn't dream of doing it anywhere else.

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RussMidd    10

By mistake, I purchased three pairs of golf trousers that were short on the leg by a couple of inches.

I wear these during the winter months.

Used to have a pair of golf boots, very good and never had wet feet.

 

 

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Bob Smith    6

Perhaps you are missing the point of why it's done? - In the winter time the bottom of your trouser legs inevitably get very wet and muddy and it is far easier to wash a pair of socks!

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Kev    2

Is it? I have trousers that the washing machine washes as easy as it washes my socks. 

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Viper    18
25 minutes ago, Kev said:

Is it? I have trousers that the washing machine washes as easy as it washes my socks. 

However...... socks are far easier to wash than trousers, take less space in the washing machine than trousers, and socks don't usually have to be ironed/pressed (my caddie/butler irons my socks), and I have many, many pairs of socks.
I really don't want to have to wash my trousers after every round of golf in winter, as my caddie/butler is far too busy polishing my clubs and re-waterproofing my golf shoes, again and again and again........

Some of the above is not, strictly, true; can you work out what?

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Kev    2

Being so posh and old fashioned you could try plus 4's, plus the added bonus of still looking like a plonker. 

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sdparkes66    7
On 17/07/2017 at 22:51, Viper said:

my caddie/butler is far too busy polishing my clubs

:o    It's your's, you can polish it as fast as you like....

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