I'm right there with you. I'm not a good summer dresser, and can't wait to layer it on for Fall.
I'm pushing it today (65 and rainy) with chinos, polo, Brooks v-neck cotton sweater...even thought it'll be 80 before the day is over.
Here in Big Ten country, it's:
1. Chinos, yellow ("maize") BD or polo, navy blue sweater.
2. Chinos, kelly green Brooks sweater, white BD
When #1 plays #2, I go green.
We do our tailgates up right: three tents, about 40 regulars and various passers-by. Large spread of...
Where do I start?
Let me describe it by simply telling you about the last four times I played:
Yesterday: a fundraiser. Played with a good friend and one of his friends. Five hours in the sun, interacting with beautiful scenery, couple of cold beers, followed by dinner with 30 great...
There are a couple of clubs I'm considering. One falls into the "please join us" category and the other into the "let's take a look at you young man" category.
Despite Groucho Marx's dictum, I'm leaning toward the first club, as it's more of a golfer's club and has some of my friends as...
We are going to be empty-nesters in four short years, so we are looking to add to our social life, and I like all the people I've met so far. Going to play a guest round this afternoon to get a feel for the course.
Thanks for your input.
The buy-in is quite a bit lower here but, alas, no write-off. I still have a bunch of questions but there isn't a big financial downside.
Gracian: thanks for the link, in which subgroup would I find such a discussion?
I'm considering joining one of the two local clubs, but don't have a lot of experience with them.
While I understand their relevance for businesspersons (I'm not one), I'd be primarily interested in the golf and the 5-6 annual parties. Maybe some activities for The Gifted Child and The...
Do you recall the song that WRIF did to commemorate the closing of the Stroh's plant? (sung to the tune of The Boys of Summer by Don Henley):
"I can see you,
your brown bottle shining in the sun.
My love for you will still be strong,
after the brewery on Gratiot is gone..."