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Posted 09 July 2018 - 06:29 PM
We have a local course that is County owned, $25 for a round and BYOB. I think there’s more people than teeth on that course on any given day. It is fun on occasion to play golf with a bottle of whiskey sitting in the cart though.
Most of my local courses won’t let you bring a cooler, and especially your own alcohol (the course can get fined and lose their liquor license, on top of whatever fine you get). In addition to bringing your own booze, the other problem is people leaving with the booze they bought. That is a separate liquor license (selling for off premises consumption), and again, they can lose their liquor license of you are caught with it.
Not Loyal Oak by any chance?
We can always tell when summer "officially" arrives because they put out the ball washer between holes 8 and 14 and you have to start wearing your "dress" T-Shirts.
Edited by halliedog, 09 July 2018 - 06:31 PM.
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Posted 10 July 2018 - 03:59 PM
Iím at a private club and bring my own beverages.
Cart girl rolls up and I throw her a $10 bill. She laughs every time and says thanks for the ďcorking feeĒ.
I do buy pre and post round tho. $6 for a beer and $11 for a cocktail is a joke.
$6/beer seems pretty standard at the municipal courses around here. Granted, itís craft beer and not macro light beers. Those are probably $4.50-$5.00, but who would ever know.
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