Courses in bad shape should give discounts!
The Oaks golf course in Biloxi is having serious problems with its greens, as are a number of courses in the area. Officials there say freak weather in November is the culprit – first it was unseasonably hot and then they got 10 inches of rain, destroying the overseeding.
Fine, that’s acceptable, but shouldn’t courses that are in admittedly bad shape give discounts? Their product isn’t up to par, so shouldn’t the price be adjusted accordingly? Most other businesses sell damaged goods at a reduced price. Why not golf courses? Look for the full review coming soon…
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