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A new course is opening in my area, but it will be membership only. The owner of the land, a brewery, wants to protect the property from too much trash or vandals. So to be able to play there you must either be with a member and pay a small fee or meet with the owner and pay a yearly membership (small fee, only $30 i think).

How does everyone feel about this?

The money isnt even worth talking about, only $30 for a years membership is great. What I don't want to see happen is disc golf become like ball golf with members only courses and pre-arranged tee times, having to be friends with someone involved with the course to even get in. I don't think one course could alter the entire disc golf world, but how many before it does?

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Sounds good to me, where do I sign up?
Well, they are already out there. Heck we pay $50 for a yearly pass at our local course(it's in a city park, so it's pay to play). I don't see it hurting the sport. I see it helping it! On top of that, there will always be plenty of free courses out there.
Sounds great to me. It's important to remember that just because one course is pay to play or member-based, doesn't mean that they all will be like that. We currently have only two public courses (with one on the way) in my town, so I would gladly pay three times that much if it meant that I could get away from the wannabe gangbangers, drunks, hooligans, and young whippersnappers.
What could be better than a disc golf course owned by a brewery. I think I'm in heaven.
$ 30.00 a year is cheap !
Im with Jim what more can you ask for?
Free Beer!!
If you can pay I say let them play
We have some pay-to-play courses here in Florida and the Negative Haters of our special sport refuse to pay and are never seen at these courses. Thank You.
And the people who do pay are always watching out for their investment.
Private & Pay to Play courses are the future of Disc Golf...

if you build it, they will come
I love it. Protect our courses, the wildlife, and our equipment.

It will help Improve our game's image by eliminating the minority riff-raff we all know play our game.

I'm with Disc-O; private Pay-to-play is the future of our game and the road to visibility and respect...
I'd pay.

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