steezo wrote:You can also camp at Wimberly which is nice. If you come to play Wimberly, stop and play in Dripping Springs as well. They have an awesome club house and rooms to rent as well as camping. If it is your first time than it is free. If anyone comes to play-pm me and I'll meet ya out there-
domromer wrote:Would you pay?
How much is enough/ too much?
Why is it a good/bad idea?
I just wanted to see what you guys thoughts are on this subject.
Tim_the_Enchanter wrote:Well I think that's the whole point of a pay to play, is that it will be above average. The most "average" PTP course I've been to was the Newport News course there. The course itself wasn't too much special...basically flat with pretty short holes. BUT it had dual tees, nice signage, no litter to speak of, no dog walkers or anything in the course area, and basically just a very pleasant experience (minus the over-achieving park rangers I referred to in another thread). I believe the cost for that was $1/day, or $25/annual.
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