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08-04-2019, 14:10   #16
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Can you play in these with a higher handicap seeing as it's played off scratch? Think it's done in my own club.
Off 18 and would like to play the intermediate.
Ballybunion won't allow drop downs as they will fill the timesheet anyway. There is a minor scratch cup on 9th June for 18-24 although it's the cashen course. Still well worth a trip
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08-04-2019, 20:50   #17
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2 months to try drop 0.5 so....
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Moate have their Scratch Cups 18/19 May sponsored by Pepper Money.

Junior 4-9
Intermediate 10-18
Minor 19-28
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13-05-2019, 12:17   #19
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Intermediate & Minor Scratch in Balbriggan on Sunday 26th May.

Timesheet now Open.

€20 for Visitors.

https://www.brsgolf.com/balbriggan/opens_home.php
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Senior Scratch this Saturday in Arklow



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Senior, Junior, Intermediate and Minor Scratch Cups on in Beaverstown GC on Saturday June 1st
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Timesheet for Tralee on the 8th of June is now open, 10-18 handicaps. €60
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Timesheet for Tralee on the 8th of June is now open, 10-18 handicaps. €60
A few hours after the timesheet opened last year it was nearly booked out apart from a few late slots
Right now more than half of the teetimes are unbooked. Has Tralee's 3rd price increase in 5 years been one increase too many?
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A few hours after the timesheet opened last year it was nearly booked out apart from a few late slots
Right now more than half of the teetimes are unbooked. Has Tralee's 3rd price increase in 5 years been one increase too many?
Still worth it at that price, no? Phenomenal course.. Shocked to see all the open slots..
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Timesheet for Tralee on the 8th of June is now open, 10-18 handicaps. €60
Ballybunion following day, €50
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I'm playing the Junior in Tralee this week. €60 is definitely worth it.
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My issue is will a sellout this year lead to another price increase next year? Have to draw a line somewhere

I see that there are a number of slots remaining for the Junior this weekend also
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My issue is will a sellout this year lead to another price increase next year? Have to draw a line somewhere

I see that there are a number of slots remaining for the Junior this weekend also
In fairness to Tralee I don't think their Open is about money, the reason for the increase is probably more to do with keeping the delta between the Open price and their "normal" Yank green fees slightly closer
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Athlones charlie Kelly won the moate junior scratch at the weekend. I heard the course was in super condition for the weekend
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My issue is will a sellout this year lead to another price increase next year? Have to draw a line somewhere

I see that there are a number of slots remaining for the Junior this weekend also
Yeah i remember a few years ago getting a line on the timesheet was like trying to get U2 tickets. If you were a few hours late booking there was very little left.
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