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Join a Silver club but want to play 90% of rounds at Glendale (GOLD)

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  • ping1-a
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    Originally posted by Gridiron View Post

    I wouldn't let it stop you. I would do it until they stop you. If anything happened it would likely be in the offseason. Clublink needs members. They will be happy to take your $4700. And I agree with those saying you won't have much trouble getting a tee time at Glendale.
    I have multiple emails from the Clublink team that you can play where ever you want. One of the guys stated in writing that you can play 0 rounds at your home course. I'm not a member yet just passing on the info they gave me. I agree with the idea that home members should have priority tee times but if you walk up as a single and there is space, I doubt you will be denied.

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  • Jasonp
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    Originally posted by Gridiron View Post

    I wouldn't let it stop you. I would do it until they stop you. If anything happened it would likely be in the offseason. Clublink needs members. They will be happy to take your $4700. And I agree with those saying you won't have much trouble getting a tee time at Glendale.
    This.

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  • Gridiron
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    Originally posted by cuonthe1t View Post

    thanks for the info - guess that puts a stop to that idea - have no interest playing on the weekend or any of their other courses so I don't mind paying 4700 with cart for Silver - just don't think it is worth 6650 to go to Gold
    I wouldn't let it stop you. I would do it until they stop you. If anything happened it would likely be in the offseason. Clublink needs members. They will be happy to take your $4700. And I agree with those saying you won't have much trouble getting a tee time at Glendale.

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  • cuonthe1t
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    Originally posted by Jasonp View Post
    Jut a thought however is CL policy is you are supposed to play a certain % of your rounds at your hone course. They dont often enforce it but have and can.

    they may eventually ask you to swap to a gold course or cancel your membership.
    thanks for the info - guess that puts a stop to that idea - have no interest playing on the weekend or any of their other courses so I don't mind paying 4700 with cart for Silver - just don't think it is worth 6650 to go to Gold
    Last edited by cuonthe1t; Feb 14, 2020, 09:31 AM.

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  • Jasonp
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    Jut a thought however is CL policy is you are supposed to play a certain % of your rounds at your hone course. They dont often enforce it but have and can.

    they may eventually ask you to swap to a gold course or cancel your membership.

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  • Geeve1008
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    Glendale wouldn’t be an hard spot to get a tee time regardless of the time; I wouldn’t consider it a busy course at all

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  • Join a Silver club but want to play 90% of rounds at Glendale (GOLD)

    was a member at Glendale for years and left a year before Clublink bought them - want to go back and try it - since I don't play on weekends would I be okay to join a silver club but play all my rounds at Glendale during the week -the sales fellow said Wed thru Fri I cant play between noon and 330pm - will I have trouble on these days to get a tee time in the morning between 900 and 1130 am at Glendale

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