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Comment from: putt4par [Visitor]
Actually, that sounds like a very workable approach to some of the local GCs.
There were a couple of newer courses in southern Ontario that were attempting something like that in the early 90s, don't know how it turned out though.
05/16/06 @ 16:10
Comment from: amory conklin [Visitor] Email
why should a semi-private club go private? I say that it will cost the social members more to help the golf later on
10/26/06 @ 16:56

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