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Quote from: Jeff Loh on June 07, 2019, 06:17:01 PMPleaseNo more ads for ANY network.Partnership with LPGA notwithstanding... Just answering a question, Jeff. You don't get to determine which ones I answer.
PleaseNo more ads for ANY network.Partnership with LPGA notwithstanding...
"...mens only grill..."Seriously?
Quote from: Jeff Loh on June 07, 2019, 07:29:46 PM"...mens only grill..."Seriously?Yes. Sorry if you have a problem with that. Most private clubs have mixed grills. Few, but some, maintain men's grills in addition to mixed grills. I prefer clubs with the latter, as do a lot of guys I know - younger guys at that.
I have belonged to clubs with both men's and women's grills plus a mixed grill.
Quote from: Wayne_Kozun on May 28, 2019, 04:45:00 PMWhat do you get for that $6500? Does it include a certain number of nights and accommodation?I assume $6,500/year just gets you access? Lodging , guest fees, etc. would be extra. It looks really new, so I assume there will be some movement in features/benefits/price...
What do you get for that $6500? Does it include a certain number of nights and accommodation?
In all the years I have been a national member of clubs throughout the country I have yet to meet a skinflint. Not even at Ballyneal.
Are the courses in any of these networks good enough to travel many hours to play? Other than Hidden Creek (which for me did not meet this standard) I have not played any in the Dormie network.It is a great expense to travel and stay over and play (especially with a group) so other than the "pace of play" relative to public destination places, the Dormie network has limited appeal.My guess is that if Dormie can attract a bunch of members that also belong to the great golf/country clubs of this country, it can thrive. But if it only attracts people looking for cheaper alternatives to their local clubs it will not.