As any golfer knows, one of the minor downsides to the game is the infamous golfer’s tan. Go play golf!
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Blinding white, snowman torso with dark appendages of legs and arms sticking out. Then tipped with white feet and ankles. In other words, it is very difficult to ‘rock’ a speedo sporting a golfer’s tan.
For women golfers, the mid-calf tan lines clash with both the one-piece and the bikini. The only potential remedy is a tub of bronzer.
Unfortunately, cover-up attempts are only temporary, and any comic qualities of the golfer’s tan are frowned on by dermatologists.
So instead of fighting it, take pride in your golfer’s tan. Think of the good times you had in acquiring it. Go Play Golf and proudly state, “Yes, I do play Golf.”
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