Yes, You Can Wear a T-Shirt on the Golf Course!

Ever since we launched our apparel line, we’ve been wearing our graphic golf t-shirts anywhere and everywhere! We’re super proud to show our love for fashion and golf, both on and off the course. It’s always amazing to hear someone compliment us on our designs, but what we didn’t expect to hear over and over again is, “It has no collar, are you allowed to wear that on the course?”

T-Shirts on the Golf Course

~ in our tees at a recent golf tournament ~

For a majority of the clubs out there, the answer is a resounding, “YES!” While most clubs require men to wear collared shirts, the rules are much more relaxed for women, requiring either a collar or sleeves, but not both. Even the LPGA allows women to wear collarless shirts! How cool is that?

Michelle Wie

~ Michelle Wie winning the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open, collarless ~

While attire can be a controversial subject, we think it’s a fantastic advancement in the sport. It represents a growing movement of incorporating fashion into golf. It also makes the game much less intimidating, and less expensive, for those just starting out.

At the end of the day, the sport needs more women on the course, so we’re for anything that helps make that a possibility! As long as you look respectful and appropriate for the course you’re playing, we don’t see the need for a collar. Besides, it’s always fun to mix up the wardrobe. If your golf course allows it (be sure to call in advance), try going collarless one day!

The most important thing is to get out on the golf course and have fun!

Would you wear a t-shirt on the golf course?

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    Wish we could so as it would give me more choices to wear. But belong to a private golf club and it is in the Bylaws for the course and for the Women’s Club. We have to wear a collared shirt even on the practice ranges! Still love your T-shirts and hats and wear them when away from the club!

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