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  1. #21
    Tour Winner Captainron's Avatar
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Ours is £40 midweek and £20 for the guest. £45 and £25 over weekends
    spray it about a bit and can't putt 🇿🇦

  2. #22
    Money List Winner Lord Tyrion's Avatar
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    £15 for a guest.

    Owner has just brought in a sliding scale based on the time of the day. You pay most 7-1, 1-4, 4 onwards. Midweek it is £25, £20, £15, weekend, £30, £25, £20. Only just seen this, it's a new idea. Seems quite cheap but probably realistic as the club / owner needs to bring money in.

  3. #23
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Conwy is £60 summer weekend(£35 winter), members rate is £15.00

    Mile End is £30 summer weekend, members rate is £18.00

  4. #24
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    £12 to sign someone on but think it's £40-£50 for a round as a visitor
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    60 € for a visitor, 50 € for a guest during the week, 70/60 € on the weekend.

    If you ask nicely, you might be able to occasionally get a guest onto the course for free if you can convince the club secretary that he or she is a potential new member.
    In the bag: Cobra FlyZ driver, Cobra Baffler XL 3 & 7 wood, Bridgestone GC 22 ° Hybrid, Cleveland Halo 4 Hybrid, MacGregor V-Foil M455 irons 5 - SW, Cleveland Black 60°, Odyssey White Hot putter

  6. #26
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Just checked our website to confirm prices, we offer:

    Adult Visitor 18 Holes Mon - Fri only £38
    Junior Visitor 18 Holes Mon - Fri only £19 (must eb accompanied by a fee paying adult)
    Members Guests 18 Holes Maximum 3 guests per member £20
    Members Guests 18 Holes Weekends & Bank Holidays - 1 Guest up to 2pm, there after 3 guests per member £25
    County Card 18 Holes Valid County Card £19
    Twilight Golf 18 Holes or until dusk BST Mon - Thurs only Tee times start approx 4 hours before sunset £19
    Monday Fourball 18 Holes Monday only from 12 noon £60 per Fourball
    2 Fore 1 etc. Not Available

    Had no idea we offered 4 ball and twighlilght deals. We also have reciprocals with another 6 courses, play after 12pm, no fees.

  7. #27
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Visitor £80, members guest £25

  8. #28
    Tour Winner Crazyface's Avatar
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    Re: How much at your club to sign a Guest on?

    Quote Originally Posted by patricks148 View Post
    In light of the other treads about green fee's and how much visitors should pay.

    How much is it at Your club to sign a guest on compared to a visitor fee?

    ours is £15 guest and £150 for a visitor
    I'm sorry but BLUDDY HELL !!!!!!
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    Balls - Nike PD Soft. Until I've lost them all.

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    Tour Winner Crazyface's Avatar
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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 and we can sign on as many as we want.
    In the words of Sir James Bolam....."YOU WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!!?"
    In My Bag
    Driver - Adams Superspeed 10.5 deg
    Hybrid - Adam Superspeed
    Irons - Cleveland CG16
    Putter - Yes Sandy or some other one that wrecks my score.
    Balls - Nike PD Soft. Until I've lost them all.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Val View Post
    At the weekend

    Home, guest £10, Visitor £38
    2nd Club, guest £20, Visitor £100
    In My Bag
    Driver - Adams Superspeed 10.5 deg
    Hybrid - Adam Superspeed
    Irons - Cleveland CG16
    Putter - Yes Sandy or some other one that wrecks my score.
    Balls - Nike PD Soft. Until I've lost them all.

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