Naked golfers get into the swing at Australian golf course

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This certainly gives a whole new meaning to 'a skins match'.

A club in Australia recently hosted a tournament for 30 golfers – all of whom played NAKED!

The brilliantly-named Humpty Doo golf course, near Darwin, welcomed members of the BruJul Nudist Retreat for its ‘Wandering Bares’ event.

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According to CNN, the event finally took place recently after “months of negotiating” between 69-year-old nudists Bruce and Julie Jensen - who run the BruJul Nudist Retreat - the and the club’s committee.

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It proved so successful that plans are already afoot to repeat the outing next year.

Well, we say successful. There were definitely one or two lessons learned from the experience.

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"There was one attendee who instead of using a buggy was using his shoulder to carry his clubs, which was a
mistake because you can only do that when you are wearing a shirt as it provides a layer of protection," added Jensen.

"Being naked you do not have that protection. He complained about his shoulder being sore but it was all in good jest."

Pics: BruJul Nudist Retreat

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