x12yhp wrote: »
You are definitely better off looking at less established clubs. With a less established membership base, they are more likely to go losing members in harder times than clubs which have been about for 100 years plus. You also have much more chance of getting around needing recommendations - several clubs I know wont want anything to do with you if you done have proposer and seconder to prove you aren't an idiot!
SuperMum2010 wrote: »
I thought you needed a proposer and seconder to prove you WERE an idiot LOL!
x12yhp wrote: »
Depends on your defintion of idiot!
The idea works pretty well these days. If you think it stuck up and eletist to go through these steps then it is just as well they are there because you wouldn't fit in. Ditto the other way around! One wouldn't wish one's Bentley to be parked too close to a filthy Vauxhall, nor would ye' wan' sum ole' fart telling ye wot is gud ettiquit r nat! Make your choice wisely!
steveymp wrote: »
I can't see the advantages of membership for myself or any other occasional golfer TBH, especially with our lovely climate in this country:rotfl:
I suppose membership is a higher work/social network, but there are plenty of places you can just turn up at and pay a tenner for a round of golf;) there even is a couple of clubs in stroke city that a fiver gets you a round;) and you don't have to wear Pringle socks and a club tie:rotfl:
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