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  1. #11
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    At the weekend

    Home, guest £10, Visitor £38
    2nd Club, guest £20, Visitor £100

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Burnham is £30 (£40 all day) and has just increased to £110 for visitors

    Players is £27 and £55 I think

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    We are now allowed sign on our first 6 guests at £5 each, then £10 each [ unlimited ]. I think it's about £30 pp for midweek casual visitors.
    handicap 15.5 sadly now 16.5

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    £40 for a normal green fee and £25 for a members guest

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    In summer visitor green fee is £120, member guest fee is £10 for the first dozen, £15 for the next dozen , and £30 thereafter. In winter (November-March) the guest fee is £5 and we can sign on as many as we want.

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Think our (summer) green fee is somewhere around £90 or so, not sure about winter, maybe £50.

    Sign on is £25 in summer (went up this year from £20 for some reason) and £15 in winter.
    H'cap = 4.5

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Quote Originally Posted by IanG View Post
    In summer visitor green fee is £120, member guest fee is £10 for the first dozen, £15 for the next dozen , and £30 thereafter. In winter (November-March) the guest fee is £5 [+ the £3 for front back and overall ] and we can sign on as many as we want.
    sorted that for you Ian . Great course
    handicap 15.5 sadly now 16.5

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Quote Originally Posted by williamalex1 View Post
    sorted that for you Ian . Great course
    cheeky.....

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Quote Originally Posted by NWJocko View Post
    Think our (summer) green fee is somewhere around £90 or so, not sure about winter, maybe £50.

    Sign on is £25 in summer (went up this year from £20 for some reason) and £15 in winter.
    Any change in your reciprocals? We’ve lost a few this year including yours and Sandiway

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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Val View Post
    Any change in your reciprocals? We’ve lost a few this year including yours and Sandiway
    Just lost Wallasey (I believe at their request, not sure if they're out of the scheme altogether)? No change other than that. I'll be back to Sandiway this year, cracking course for £20 on the reciprocal
    H'cap = 4.5

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