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Comment from: Golf Carts [Visitor]
It makes a lot of sense that people don't want to pay initiation fees to play the same course over and over. Merger agreements could be an answer and perhaps taking a look at the pricing structure.
2009-10-28 @ 13:25
Comment from: Deli Lover [Visitor]
I think clubs like the renaissance in scotland will make it with people joining these clubs as a investment. waiting list don't exist now but they will come back again one day and what better club to join than a new club with american customer service, one amongest other great clubs, one with a great future for many years
2009-11-14 @ 09:14

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