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Other Meredith Sites Advertise It’s not going to make your score better. LPGA chiefs have emailed players with a strict new dress code and any breach will carry a hefty fine of 1,000 dollars “which will double with each offence”. Real Estate Women seem to be continually defending their clothing choices right now. The Sweetest Photos of Princes Harry with Diana Do you really need ventilation for your side-boob? Tech Why shouldn’t we? 212-479-1704 The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has come in for stiff criticism after it introduced a new dress code that forbids female golfers from sporting plunging necklines, leggings or revealing skirts on the course.Teen Vogue accusing the governing body’s policy of “slut-shamingRafa Cabrera-Bello beats Callum Shinkwin in Scottish Open play-offThe LPGA is under fire for introducing a new women’s golf dress code that forbids plunging necklines, leggings and revealing skirts on the courseExplaining the new code, Heather Daly-Donofrio, the LPGA tour’s communications and tour operations officer, told As of 17 July, the LPGA will crack down on athletic wear following a 2 July email to all players from LPGA player president Vicki Goetze-Ackerman, which detailed an extensive list of clothing that will no longer be allowed on course and at pro-am parties on the tour.“While we typically evaluate our policies at the end of the year, based on input from our players, we recently made some minor adjustments to the policy to address some changing fashion trends. Newsletter Sign Up The LPGA Just Released a Strict New Dress Code Eliminating Plunging Necklines, Short Skirts and Leggings this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. 11 Fashion Controversies That Sparked Passionate Debate THE LPGA has introduced a stricter dress code for its players that some are describing as "body shaming." If the dress code is violated, it’s the athletes who will be penalized — big time. Style Join Now Nothing says a family vacation like an RV From Empty Streets to Virtual Weddings: What Life Has Looked Like During the Coronavirus Pandemic From Princess Beatrice to Meghan Markle But part of being a woman, and especially a female-athlete, is looking attractive and sporty and fit, and that’s what women’s tennis does so well.