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Posted 12 April 2018 - 02:25 PM

One thing I would never suggest doing.  Setting down with the woman and figuring out how much the man spends on his hobbies.  Having consequences for most men is a sure thing. :beach:

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Posted 12 April 2018 - 02:34 PM

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View PostKCCO, on 11 April 2018 - 09:00 PM, said:

One I think this changes when you are a member at a private club. (More than "golf" expenses come with being part of a club)

Also, equipment does not have to always be paid for at full retail....hang around this game long enough, and you will figure out how to make it happen financially. Should never put a price tag on good times, especially if you truly love it.


Other hobbies/sports aren't all cheap (boats, traveling, horses, some much more expensive)....I like racing cars as well, need a 55-gallon drum of e85 fuel for next weekend...will figure it out, life's to short
I've several friends who are CC members when they tell me of non golf expenses, I cringe at food bills etc..  
When my brother and I fished we'd always fill at a normal gas station. Filling at the marina was usually 1$ more per gallon.
Is E85 the modern equivalent of Cam2? I remember we had a station near my hometown that carried it. It was like 4$ a gallon in the 1980"s
Holy crap I just looked it up 350$ a drum!

Of course the food bills and "others" change from club to club, but that was always something I factored in when joining a club as part of the membership. One club I belong to has no minimums, the other has a very small amount and is typically something I can cover just by being there for dinner with the girlfriend and drinks after a round a few times a month.

E85 isn't the same as Cam2 and is basically just high ethanol road fuel that your flex fuel cars can use without issue. I use it in a few of my turbo cars for a little higher knock resistance but when it's time to actually go fast, it's MS109 and crank the boost to new, fun levels. On one car I can get another 20% or so with the current setup with race fuel.
I had to ask one of my friends to confirm- his food bill is 6500$ a year plus 22 grand for the club  Not extreme for some clubs.....but expensive enough.
I wasn't sure about the E85. In high school I had a couple friends who tried putting Cam2 in there cars only to burn the piston rings up pretty quickly. The lure of Deer Park Ave. drag racing
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Posted 12 April 2018 - 02:44 PM

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One thing I would never suggest doing.  Setting down with the woman and figuring out how much the man spends on his hobbies.  Having consequences for most men is a sure thing. :beach:
I found a true gem. My wife only questions why I have my clubs in the house. LOL!

It was never an investigation into why the money was spent. We are looking to retire earlier than expected and looking for areas to save.
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Posted 12 April 2018 - 03:24 PM

View Postsailfishchris, on 12 April 2018 - 02:44 PM, said:

View PostPepperturbo, on 12 April 2018 - 02:25 PM, said:

One thing I would never suggest doing.  Setting down with the woman and figuring out how much the man spends on his hobbies.  Having consequences for most men is a sure thing. :beach:
I found a true gem. My wife only questions why I have my clubs in the house. LOL!

It was never an investigation into why the money was spent. We are looking to retire earlier than expected and looking for areas to save.

I understand.  I didn't marry till late and have a gem of a wife that golfs as much as I do.  She made it clear before marriage she didn't care how much I spend on hobbies as long as the family didn't want.  

That's not the case with a few friends. :( :beach:
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Posted 12 April 2018 - 03:37 PM

I actually just looked at our CC bills for our first year as members here. I might need another hobby. $38,500 in 12 months, but that includes a lot of booze and food since we live on the course.


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Posted 12 April 2018 - 06:46 PM

Well, there's a reason I'm not a CC member. $5k a year on memberships with another $2k in minimums throughout the year is hard to stomach when the courses aren't really any nicer than our public courses.

I pay $750 a year for unlimited golf at two courses. The inner cheapskate in me could never justify that. If my wife and kids played (hoping the kids will eventually), I could maybe see it.
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Posted 13 April 2018 - 09:17 AM

I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.


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Posted 13 April 2018 - 10:02 AM

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I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.

Does that $3k include the monthly minimums?  If so, that's not too terrible.  We do have one private club locally that would be in that ballpark, but the location is tough.  A pain to get to and from.  I've been working my wife on it for a few years though.  Her boss is a member there, so he has been helping me pitch it to her as well.
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Posted 13 April 2018 - 10:09 AM

I much prefer to not see the total number in print.

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Posted 13 April 2018 - 10:33 AM

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 09:17 AM, said:

I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.

Does that $3k include the monthly minimums?  If so, that's not too terrible.  We do have one private club locally that would be in that ballpark, but the location is tough.  A pain to get to and from.  I've been working my wife on it for a few years though.  Her boss is a member there, so he has been helping me pitch it to her as well.

It does include them.  $195 a month plus $40 a month dining minimum. Although I did read we are having a dues increase starting next month, I just don’t remeber how much. My membership is only a single golf (just me, no family, no pool or tennis courts) but I play a lot so it is a pretty good bargain.

Plus, it’s maybe five minutes from my office (less if I hit the two stoplights green��). I played over lunch Wednesday. Left here at 10:15 and was back at 12:30.

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Posted 13 April 2018 - 10:39 AM

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 10:33 AM, said:

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 09:17 AM, said:

I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.

Does that $3k include the monthly minimums?  If so, that's not too terrible.  We do have one private club locally that would be in that ballpark, but the location is tough.  A pain to get to and from.  I've been working my wife on it for a few years though.  Her boss is a member there, so he has been helping me pitch it to her as well.

It does include them.  $195 a month plus $40 a month dining minimum. Although I did read we are having a dues increase starting next month, I just don’t remeber how much. My membership is only a single golf (just me, no family, no pool or tennis courts) but I play a lot so it is a pretty good bargain.

Plus, it’s maybe five minutes from my office (less if I hit the two stoplights green��). I played over lunch Wednesday. Left here at 10:15 and was back at 12:30.

Nice.  Sounds like a pretty sweet setup.  Also sounds like your golf season is considerably longer than mine, which makes me even more jealous :)
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Posted 13 April 2018 - 10:46 AM

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:39 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 10:33 AM, said:

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 09:17 AM, said:

I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.

Does that $3k include the monthly minimums?  If so, that's not too terrible.  We do have one private club locally that would be in that ballpark, but the location is tough.  A pain to get to and from.  I've been working my wife on it for a few years though.  Her boss is a member there, so he has been helping me pitch it to her as well.

It does include them.  $195 a month plus $40 a month dining minimum. Although I did read we are having a dues increase starting next month, I just don’t remeber how much. My membership is only a single golf (just me, no family, no pool or tennis courts) but I play a lot so it is a pretty good bargain.

Plus, it’s maybe five minutes from my office (less if I hit the two stoplights green��). I played over lunch Wednesday. Left here at 10:15 and was back at 12:30.

Nice.  Sounds like a pretty sweet setup.  Also sounds like your golf season is considerably longer than mine, which makes me even more jealous :)

We really feel like we have one of the best bargains around. Good (not great, but good) course, great staff. We typically play comfortably into mid November and pick up the season in mid March, so pretty good weather (although that’s hard to type as I sit here watching it snow right now��).

Our dues include range and cart also.
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Posted 13 April 2018 - 10:51 AM

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 10:46 AM, said:

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:39 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 10:33 AM, said:

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 09:17 AM, said:

I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.

Does that $3k include the monthly minimums?  If so, that's not too terrible.  We do have one private club locally that would be in that ballpark, but the location is tough.  A pain to get to and from.  I've been working my wife on it for a few years though.  Her boss is a member there, so he has been helping me pitch it to her as well.

It does include them.  $195 a month plus $40 a month dining minimum. Although I did read we are having a dues increase starting next month, I just don’t remeber how much. My membership is only a single golf (just me, no family, no pool or tennis courts) but I play a lot so it is a pretty good bargain.

Plus, it’s maybe five minutes from my office (less if I hit the two stoplights green��). I played over lunch Wednesday. Left here at 10:15 and was back at 12:30.

Nice.  Sounds like a pretty sweet setup.  Also sounds like your golf season is considerably longer than mine, which makes me even more jealous :)

We really feel like we have one of the best bargains around. Good (not great, but good) course, great staff. We typically play comfortably into mid November and pick up the season in mid March, so pretty good weather (although that’s hard to type as I sit here watching it snow right now��).

Our dues include range and cart also.

Ha, I hear you.  Sounds like you get a month or two extra golf than we do.  We are typically open by now.  Last year was a fluke where they opened up in March.  We have two courses that I belong to.  One will have a hard close date of the last day of October.  The second will stay open as weather permits.  By then though, it's typically pretty sketchy weather wise to count on any consistency.
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Posted 13 April 2018 - 02:09 PM

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 10:33 AM, said:

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 09:17 AM, said:

I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.

Does that $3k include the monthly minimums?  If so, that's not too terrible.  We do have one private club locally that would be in that ballpark, but the location is tough.  A pain to get to and from.  I've been working my wife on it for a few years though.  Her boss is a member there, so he has been helping me pitch it to her as well.

It does include them.  $195 a month plus $40 a month dining minimum. Although I did read we are having a dues increase starting next month, I just don’t remeber how much. My membership is only a single golf (just me, no family, no pool or tennis courts) but I play a lot so it is a pretty good bargain.

Plus, it’s maybe five minutes from my office (less if I hit the two stoplights green��). I played over lunch Wednesday. Left here at 10:15 and was back at 12:30.
That is an amazing value for a private course! Especially if you play frequently.
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Posted 13 April 2018 - 03:33 PM

View Postsailfishchris, on 13 April 2018 - 02:09 PM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 10:33 AM, said:

View Postradiman, on 13 April 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

View Postdeadsolid...shank, on 13 April 2018 - 09:17 AM, said:

I actually don’t think I’m too bad.

I pay about $3,000 a year for my private and another $500 for a yearly pass at another public.

One big trip a year, $1,500. A couple smaller, maybe $250 each (driving distance so no airfare)

I’ve really tried to tone down my equipment purchases. But have bought two bags and two putters already this year (probably around $1,000 total). But have paid for those mostly with club sales money.

Apparel I try to buy only at deep discounts. Guessing maybe $500 a year.

Green fees at other courses are mostly covered in the trips, but there will be a few others throughout the course of the year, maybe another $500, probably though a little less.

Still adds up when you start totaling it all up.

Does that $3k include the monthly minimums?  If so, that's not too terrible.  We do have one private club locally that would be in that ballpark, but the location is tough.  A pain to get to and from.  I've been working my wife on it for a few years though.  Her boss is a member there, so he has been helping me pitch it to her as well.

It does include them.  $195 a month plus $40 a month dining minimum. Although I did read we are having a dues increase starting next month, I just don’t remeber how much. My membership is only a single golf (just me, no family, no pool or tennis courts) but I play a lot so it is a pretty good bargain.

Plus, it’s maybe five minutes from my office (less if I hit the two stoplights green��). I played over lunch Wednesday. Left here at 10:15 and was back at 12:30.
That is an amazing value for a private course! Especially if you play frequently.

It is, and I do play a lot. It really sinks in how good a value it is when I start looking a privates in the northern Colorado area that we’re looking to relocate to.

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Posted 14 April 2018 - 07:20 AM

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No worries. Just ask Zuckerberg to delete the comment(s).
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Posted 15 April 2018 - 08:07 PM

Family pass at local 9 hole muni=$540  Best deal in town.  All three of us can play any time unless there is a scramble or tournament of another sort.
3 Charity scrambles= $300
Greens fees at different courses=$300
Equipment=$1000 every other year so $500
School golf team fees for youngest= $150
Miscellaneous= $150

Rough grand total =  $1940

Round that up to $2K and I would say we play relatively cheap.  With a kid in college we really have tightened up our spending by cutting cable and other stuff we didn't need to be spending on.  

I'm guessing you could probably bump that number to $2500 if you counted absolutely everything like clothes and such but since I teach PE and coach I consider the athletic clothes part of my work and coaching expenditures as well.

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