Adidas golf hoddie

hovis

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Can't see why you'd want to. I went to the range wearing a hoodie once. It drove me crazy
 

Doon frae Troon

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Don't think the 'looking like a monk' look suits a golf club/restaurant but I am an old duffer.
Fashion is a fluid thing, my grandfather used to play in a tweed suit in the 1920's and I have lunched at Muirfield in the 1960's without a tie.
 

IanM

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Don't think the 'looking like a monk' look suits a golf club/restaurant but I am an old duffer.
Fashion is a fluid thing, my grandfather used to play in a tweed suit in the 1920's and I have lunched at Muirfield in the 1960's without a tie.
No tie? We hold you responsible for the demise of Scottish golf and society in general! :)

I don't own a hoodie. Next door lives in the things when out of his work suit. Each to their own
 

Orikoru

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According to my rudimentary research (Googled it), hoodies were invented in the 1930s, yet some of you talk about them like it's alien attire from another planet. :LOL: It's only a jumper that also keeps your head warm and dry for Christ's sake.
 
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