I'm all for the purchase of golf courses to save a unique property or keep the industry going. Spey Bay looks neat, would be fun to check it out someday, especially if it becomes even more awesome.
I cannot for the life of me figure out what makes an NFT membership unique. Yes, I am generally familiar with what an NFT is and why it could be useful, but if everyone agrees per a club's rules that you paid for/qualified/achieved a membership (much like private clubs since the beginning of time), then why an NFT membership? Because it's cool?
I remember Greg Norman's son being on EAL's podcast talking about this concept, and he came across as the bro-iest of finance bros when his explanation for everything seemed to be "because crypto," or "because its an NFT." EAL can be out there, but even he seemed confused.
And, if you joined this club from say, the east coast of the US, with the promise of joining the first awesome club purchased....and now it's in NE Scotland! I'll take any excuse to go across the pond, but I would be confused that my first opp to play/join a club for my membership was 10h by plane away. I see that they have Outpost Club-like options to play domestically at off times, and a reciprocal network, etc...but this whole thing has me scratching my head.
Will someone educate me?