Proper Attire at the Masters Golf Tournament

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If you're attending the Masters Golf Tournament, you're going to want to pay very close attention to what you choose to wear. Find out about proper attire for the Masters Golf Tournament with help from a PGA golf professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is Frank Ganley here at Silver Dollar Golf and Country Club in Odessa, Florida. Today, we are going to talk about how to dress to go to the Masters. And a lot of people come up to me and say Frank I just got a ticket to attend the Masters. Well number one you lucky dog. I've been many times and it is quite an experience going to Augusta. So Frank how do I dress when I go up to Augusta? Well number one you want to dress like a golfer. As nice as you can. It is probably the number one golf club in America as far as style. That's where they wear the green jacket. Be as classy as you can, wear as good a clothes as you can. Be prepared to walk so be comfortable. But wear a nice pair of golf shoes. A nice pair of sneakers. A nice pair of slacks or shorts and a golf shirt. Don't show up in a football t-shirt or anything like that,it's not a rah rah crowd. It is classy. So if you are going to Augusta, one you lucky guy. If you've never been you can't even believe how nice it is. Number two, show up be comfortable but look like a golfer. And number three, you are a patron according to the Masters membership committee and they treat you like a patron. You are absolutely treated the best. It's quiet, it's reserved, it's fun. And the golf course it's nothing like you've ever seen. Thanks a lot. This is Frank Ganley, Silver Dollar Golf and Country Club. And if you have any questions about going to the Masters, what you want to look like at the Masters, how to act like at the Masters, give me a call. Thanks a lot. You lucky dog going to the Masters.

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