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    How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    We booked to play at a local course yesterday, but just as we got there some very heavy fog came down and it was too dangerous to play.

    I knew the place had a monitor so asked if it was available. Was told it was, and it would be £40 for an hour. £40!

    Said no thanks and drove along to a nearby course where we got on their GC2 for a tenner. Was supposed to be for an hour, but no one was booked for later so they let us stay on for the best part of 2 hours before they closed up.

    This was the first time we had hired a monitor, enjoyed it but Celtic Manor was probably not the best choice as I was never out the sand and my mate was never out the water

    Anyway, whats the going rate for a monitor session? 40 quid struck me as frankly ridiculous.

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Sim I been is £10 per person per hour but does deals . 3 of us 3 hours for £60

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Where did you go that was £10? That seems good value and fun to me.

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Quote Originally Posted by rudebhoy View Post
    We booked to play at a local course yesterday, but just as we got there some very heavy fog came down and it was too dangerous to play.

    I knew the place had a monitor so asked if it was available. Was told it was, and it would be £40 for an hour. £40!

    Said no thanks and drove along to a nearby course where we got on their GC2 for a tenner. Was supposed to be for an hour, but no one was booked for later so they let us stay on for the best part of 2 hours before they closed up.

    This was the first time we had hired a monitor, enjoyed it but Celtic Manor was probably not the best choice as I was never out the sand and my mate was never out the water

    Anyway, whats the going rate for a monitor session? 40 quid struck me as frankly ridiculous.
    Depends on the Monitor and what it’s being used for,

    4 Mates playing Celtic Manor, £10.00 each - not bad
    Going on your own - £40.00 expensive.

    Whickham have been doing reduced rates on their simulator.

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Quote Originally Posted by pauldj42 View Post
    Depends on the Monitor and what it’s being used for,

    4 Mates playing Celtic Manor, £10.00 each - not bad
    Going on your own - £40.00 expensive.

    Whickham have been doing reduced rates on their simulator.
    £40 an hour is never good value tho as the more people go the more time you need on sim

    3 of us 2 hours 30 to play 18 at sawgrass

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tyrion View Post
    Where did you go that was £10? That seems good value and fun to me.
    Metro golf centre in mill hill

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tyrion View Post
    Where did you go that was £10? That seems good value and fun to me.
    Whitley Bay. Supposed to be £10 for members and £20 for non-members, but the bloke in the shop said just call it a tenner which was decent of him.

    They have got a nice little set up.

    https://www.whitleybaygolfclub.co.uk/studio/

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Quote Originally Posted by pauljames87 View Post
    £40 an hour is never good value tho as the more people go the more time you need on sim

    3 of us 2 hours 30 to play 18 at sawgrass
    Depends on the Club, some charge per person, some by the hour.

    Ours is being built as we speak and I’ve done extensive research on them up here in the NE, there’s no 1 way fits all answer.

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Quote Originally Posted by pauldj42 View Post
    Depends on the Club, some charge per person, some by the hour.

    Ours is being built as we speak and I’ve done extensive research on them up here in the NE, there’s no 1 way fits all answer.
    Max cost per hour should be £20, regardless of numbers. You can make more on food and drinks

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    Re: How much do you pay for a monitor session?

    Quote Originally Posted by pauljames87 View Post
    Max cost per hour should be £20, regardless of numbers. You can make more on food and drinks
    There’s no “should be” about it, it’s upto the Clubs what they wish to charge, there is also the variable in what sort of simulator they have fitted.
    Would you expect to pay the same hire charge for a Porsche as you would a Corsa?
    Sadly, more expensive/exclusive clubs tend to charge more.

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