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Old Apr 18, 2016, 12:31 PM   #26
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Default Re: GTA AM Tour - 2016 Tour Schedule Now Complete!!!

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2016 GTA AM TOUR SCHEDULE - NOW COMPLETE
We are excited to announce that we have finalized the 2016 Tour schedule by adding three excellent courses/events in September! Please visit the Tour's website to log in and register for The Briars on September 12th, Osprey Valley Hoot on September 14th and Bigwin Island on September 26th!

REGISTER EARLY AND SAVE!!
1) EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION - $99 Prior to the end of Toronto Golf and Travel Show (February 21, 2016)

Those registering prior to February 21, 2016 will be entered into a draw for a Pacific Links Membership, including two years of annual dues. The value of this wonderful prize, provided by Pacific Links, is $7,400!!


2) Spring/Summer Registration - $125 (After February 21, 2016)

TOUR REGISTRATION
If you are, or have been, a member of The Tour and would like to register for the 2016 Tour, please visit The Tour's website, log in and hit the Register for the 2016 Tour button. Once you have registered for the 2016 Tour, you will be able to book your events. There is NO COST to registering NOW for events..!

PLEASE NOTE THAT SPACES MAY BE LIMITED, especially with the introduction of the two Seniors' and one Women's Flights and the continuation of the Recreational Flight!

We hope you are able to attend and visit us at Booth (#2441) at this weekend's Toronto Golf and Travel Show!!!
This is a great event and we're glad to have you back in September for the Golf Away Tours Open.

And P25 is right about not being intimidated. It is a friendly and helpful group.
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Old Apr 26, 2016, 09:49 PM   #27
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I've been curious about this since last year... I play for fun and have a 28 or 29 handicap... I wouldn't mind trying this tower other golfers and learn more but I'm also not 100% familiar with all the detailed rules and I think that scares me more than anything about joining... Are the playing partners pretty good at helping out with rules?
Consider also the Recreational Flight as an alternative if score keeping or competition isn't what you are (as) focused on.

I am using the Tour this year as a means to play some splendid courses I may not otherwise have access to. First up was Coppinwood; next for me is Scarboro. I am in the Recreational Flight.

Just as when I joined GTA Golf Club a number of years ago to get a roadmap to reasonable courses when I first took up golf, I am using the Tour as one for some pretty magnificent venues.

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Very easy walk. But, I did walk Muskoka Bay in 90 degree heat.
I would be more likely to say that, for me, Coppinwood was a fairly easy walk, but having just now played it the first time yesterday it may in fact be easier once more familiar with the shortcut paths to take for your particular tee box

Certainly a delightful walk.

(And walking Muskoka Bay at all let alone in such heat is impressive!)

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Old Apr 27, 2016, 05:08 AM   #28
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Consider also the Recreational Flight as an alternative if score keeping or competition isn't what you are (as) focused on.

I am using the Tour this year as a means to play some splendid courses I may not otherwise have access to. First up was Coppinwood; next for me is Scarboro. I am in the Recreational Flight.

Just as when I joined GTA Golf Club a number of years ago to get a roadmap to reasonable courses when I first took up golf, I am using the Tour as one for some pretty magnificent venues.



I would be more likely to say that, for me, Coppinwood was a fairly easy walk, but having just now played it the first time yesterday it may in fact be easier once more familiar with the shortcut paths to take for your particular tee box

Certainly a delightful walk.

(And walking Muskoka Bay at all let alone in such heat is impressive!)

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Or nuts!

Yes, the cut paths are really nice at Coppinwood. You're right: I should adjust my criteria on the walking scores as I don't mind what some might.

Glad you enjoyed yourself yesterday.
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