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I don't think that this has been great for everyone - resort courses will have suffered, especially courses in jurisdictions that had very tough lockdowns. Take Cabot Links - until July 1 of this year visitors from outside of the four Atlantic Canadian provinces had to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Nova Scotia. That meant that they had almost no out of province visitors during 2000 and the first part of 2021. I imagine courses in Scotland and Ireland that depend a lot on revenue from overseas travellers will also have seen their guest revenue drop to almost nothing, perhaps getting a bit more back from locals. But don't some of these courses have a revenue structure where one foursome of visitors brings in more revenue (say 1000 Pounds or Euros) than a member's annual dues?