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Maybe the non-members should give some of their hard-earned cash each year to the PDGA, who is working to get more courses in the ground for both members and non-members alike.
If a local player gets a course in the ground and they happen to be both a PDGA member and local club member, why does the local club get more credit than the PDGA for this particular person's effort? All this person did is pay dues to both clubs. All clubs are a reflection of the efforts made by their members. The PDGA does huge amounts of local work thru their members as it is still mostly an organization of volunteers.I will agree with the what comment.
The PDGA did not help us get any courses in the ground. They do other things but, I would say that it not one of them.