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Old 03-25-2013, 07:41 AM
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I have a brother that has multiple sclerosis and MS has robbed him of his ability to play. He lives in Northern Michigan, in the middle of an area with many beautiful golf courses. I go up and see him in the summer and he still goes out and rides with me . All of the courses charge him a fee as a spectator, usually the equivalent of the cart fee, sometimes less. I have also taken my Mom out for the ride on occasion as she used to play with my late father. We have always been charged a nominal fee for a spectator.

It has been my experience that the Villages' policy appears to be consistent with what other courses/clubs do.
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I am not a golfer. What benefits do a priority membership afford you? It's great that Helene likes to go with you. Can I be Helene one time?

And what is a mulligan?

We see lots of golf carts driving on the grass. You can see them from the street. I would imagine they need the trail fees to fix/maintain the grass.
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:13 AM
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......And what is a mulligan? ......
Mulligan = a "do-over"

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What benefits do a priority membership afford you?

Some of the benefits for priority include cost savings if you golf a lot, pool privileges at country club pools, and probably most importantly, priority for getting tee times over non-priority golfers. Having priority golf privileges in the winter could possibly mean whether you play golf or not.
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Mulligan = a "do-over"

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A mulligan in Scotland means three

I have never been on any public/private course that a person ws at least charged the cost of cart rental.

for those considering priority consider very carefully.
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Having priority golf privileges in the winter could possibly mean whether you play golf or not.
Lots of good courses available close to TV for $20 to $40 (compare this to rates in TV) for greens fee and carts. Lunch and beer sometimes thrown in.

For the cost of a priority membership, you can play a lot of golf out of the bubble.

If you play every day and want to stay in TV, a different story.

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