...Such was the general opinion in the early 20th century. It was not important for them to be good at golf, and therefore the practicality of their attire was low on the priority list. I'm no feminist when it comes to matters of "women in sports", so i'm sticking with the notion that it's more important to look good on the golf course than be under par.
So Centine, I know I haven't really answered your argyle question, but unless you're of scottish descent, you really have no obligation to stick with argyle. May I be so bold as to suggest any of the following looks: