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  1. #11
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    Re: More Golf or Less But More Fun Golf

    Quality over quantity for me. I would stick with the new club at least for the next year, but am probably in the minority.
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    Re: More Golf or Less But More Fun Golf

    based on what youve posted i wouldnt go back to the old club, would probably give the current club another year and then reassess
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    Re: More Golf or Less But More Fun Golf

    Took me a good few years of moving to learn quality is more important to me. I left a club where there were a lot of good friends for the same very reason as you are discussing. I moved around 3 different clubs in 4 years trying to get the combination of good playing partners and lots of golf. I never found it - perhaps was not patient enough, but last year I went back to the friends. Have never looked back and will not try that experiment again.

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    Re: More Golf or Less But More Fun Golf

    For me the option to roll up and play whenever I wanted rather than struggling to book a time is a clincher. I could take or leave the stuff atmosphere and would simply not use the clubhouse as much as I do at my own place. As long as I could play in comps and social golf with decent people I'd be happy with that

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