Where's the National Golf Course Owners Association in all this?
It seems to me that the problem of golf courses charging premium fees even while their courses are udergoing aerification or other types of maintenance that disrupt the golf, should be addressed by the National Golf Course Owners Association.
This is a hot-button topic for golfers, who really get the screws put to them when they play a good course under lousy conditions. Any other business would give discounts or at least SOME incentive to play under sub-par conditions. Golf courses who respond that it costs them just as much money to operate the course under such conditions are showing their true colors – they care only for profit, not their customers.
The NGCOA should address this, because it’s getting totally out of hand, and there could be a serious backlash.
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