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    Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    What’s the most you’ve paid or willing to pay for a round of golf?

    Paid £300 all in to play Sawgrass . If I ever find myself on the west coast of the states I’d love to play Pebble Beach which I think is near the £400 mark . Bucket list courses and wouldn’t be making a habit of it . In Britain I don’t think I could justify anything over £100 .

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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    Quote Originally Posted by GMC1981 View Post
    What’s the most you’ve paid or willing to pay for a round of golf?

    Paid £300 all in to play Sawgrass . If I ever find myself on the west coast of the states I’d love to play Pebble Beach which I think is near the £400 mark . Bucket list courses and wouldn’t be making a habit of it . In Britain I don’t think I could justify anything over £100 .
    Turnberry and Sunningdale are my biggest espenses so far. I think a couple of £100’s would be my limit course dependant atm.
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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    Quote Originally Posted by Papas1982 View Post
    Turnberry and Sunningdale are my biggest espenses so far. I think a couple of £100’s would be my limit course dependant atm.
    Im not a massive links fan . But Both the Trump courses in Scotland are on my radar . The Belfry is another that id love to play .

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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    Quote Originally Posted by GMC1981 View Post
    What’s the most you’ve paid or willing to pay for a round of golf?

    Paid £300 all in to play Sawgrass . If I ever find myself on the west coast of the states I’d love to play Pebble Beach which I think is near the £400 mark . Bucket list courses and wouldn’t be making a habit of it . In Britain I don’t think I could justify anything over £100 .
    You see Sawgrass, Pebble Beach etc I’d pay handsomely for. Top UK links courses not so much.
    *dons tin hat*

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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    So some people would pay fortunes for US courses but not for UK courses ? May I ask why ?

    Most I have paid I guess is for Birkdale and I would be happy paying whatever is needed to play any top 100 UK course - except the Belfry overpriced and overrated potato field

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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    £225 to play Wentworth. The family paid a tidy sum for a game with a pro at Gleneagles.
    removed list of clubs as they change too frequently !

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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    Quote Originally Posted by GMC1981 View Post
    Im not a massive links fan . But Both the Trump courses in Scotland are on my radar . The Belfry is another that id love to play .
    Ive played the Brabazon half a dozen times. Never paid more than £55 for it whatever time of year. Always enjoy it, think it’s very scoreable but punishes quite well too.
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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    Quote Originally Posted by Liverpoolphil View Post
    So some people would pay fortunes for US courses but not for UK courses ? May I ask why ?

    Most I have paid I guess is for Birkdale and I would be happy paying whatever is needed to play any top 100 UK course - except the Belfry overpriced and overrated potato field
    Ive always favoured American style golf over British TBH . Love the whole manicured pristine look of them .

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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    Quote Originally Posted by GMC1981 View Post
    Ive always favoured American style golf over British TBH . Love the whole manicured pristine look of them .
    Peeble Beach ? Links - not the whole manicured look.

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    Re: Following on from ‘how much should a visitor pay’ thread .

    Quote Originally Posted by Liverpoolphil View Post
    Peeble Beach ? Links - not the whole manicured look.
    Pebble Beach is probably the exception . But the British weather that comes with Links golf is what puts me off . A stiff Breeze in 30 degree Californian weather I’d imagine to be much more pleasant than 6 degrees and a gale coming from the Atlantic .

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