I guess a lot of clubs just accept that a few people might walk on after these times, and weigh up whether it's worth the bother and cost of getting someone to marshall the course. The people that walk on probably aren't that likely to pay the twilight rate, so the club won't necessarily...
I am being made redundant in mid-July, and I dread to think how much golf I will be playing :D I won't need to get a job for probably an entire year, but ideally I'll start earning money and keeping myself busy from September onwards.
I did go on a golf holiday 18 months ago in Palm Springs...
Really slow play is annoying.
Stuffiness that you still find at some clubs. I'm playing at a fancy club next week that requires me to wear a jacket and tie for lunch afterwards. I think it's all a bit strange to have stuff like this in the year 2019.
But again, let's look at the facts here. The facts do not show any proof of intent in this incident. Even in football, players are often charged with negligence and not intent. I think that when you consider the actual golf rule we're talking about here, the intent needs to be clear and not just...
Fair point, but this is what we saw:
Player A hits their ball on to the green.
Player A asks Player B if she would like the ball marked.
Player B declines the offer and does not say why.
Player B hits her ball on to the green and ends up hitting Player A's ball.
The two players have a laugh...
I played one of them (cant remember whether it was West or East) in early Novemeber a couple of years ago and I was surprised at how wet it was. Considering how much rain we had down here last week, I wouldn't want to play there myself at the moment.
East Brighton and Lewes are also decent courses, particularly at this time of year as they drain well :-) Lewes has lovely views over the town, and driving up the single track road to the course is an adventure in itself!