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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I would say Doc Martens, not Dr. Martens, to be 90s chic.

I would say that a golf shirt is appropriate, a long-sleeved (but not a short-sleeved) t-shirt is appropriate, shorts if they hit the knees, and of course, less-than-ankle-height socks.

I think the wearing of the golf shoes as a spectator is kooky. I would wear a pair of hiking shoes, walking shoes, or TEVA-style open toes.
2007-05-31 @ 18:06
Comment from: Mike [Visitor] Email
Anybody that wears golf shoes to a PGA Tour event and isn't playing is a dorkus first classus !

The West Virginian in you is showing big time.
2007-06-05 @ 23:50

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