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Re: country clubs

Tue, Nov 3 2015 6:08 PM by balmerino. 15 replies.
  • bypass07 Canada
    1,272 Posts
    Sat, Oct 31 2015 10:53 PM

    score history = you can keep him

  • SandraGale United States
    100 Posts
    Mon, Nov 2 2015 11:41 AM

    Lol that attitude they can keep you lol

  • ct690911 Canada
    6,214 Posts
    Mon, Nov 2 2015 6:44 PM

    I was a Recruiting Officer for over 2 years with an established CC...it's a tough job to recruit people and an even tougher one to recruit quality people...there are a lot of CCs competing ..many have gone to great lengths; advertising in this forum, offering free gifts, shot-gunning invites, even outright poaching.

    Sandra Gale (she goes by Gale) belongs to a small CC and is working her butt off to grow it honorably. The task is daunting and the hill is steep...just ask anyone who has done the gig. 

    If you are looking to join a CC that is intimate, where the small numbers mean you can make an impact, and which doesn't have a pending list, so you get immediately accepted, then contact SandraGale. 

    She is "good people", as we say in these parts...:)

    ct

    PS...I currently don't belong to a CC as, after 3 years a member and 2 years as a director, I needed a bit of a break.  But, when I am ready to join another CC, I will certainly practice what I am preaching.

  • SandraGale United States
    100 Posts
    Mon, Nov 2 2015 8:38 PM

    ct690911:

    I was a Recruiting Officer for over 2 years with an established CC...it's a tough job to recruit people and an even tougher one to recruit quality people...there are a lot of CCs competing ..many have gone to great lengths; advertising in this forum, offering free gifts, shot-gunning invites, even outright poaching.

    Sandra Gale (she goes by Gale) belongs to a small CC and is working her butt off to grow it honorably. The task is daunting and the hill is steep...just ask anyone who has done the gig. 

    If you are looking for a CC that is intimate, where the small numbers mean you can make an impact, and which doesn't have a pending list, so you get immediately accepted, then contact SandraGale. 

    She is "good people", as we say in these parts...:)

    ct

    PS...I currently don't belong to a CC as, after 3 years a member and 2 years as a director, I needed a bit of a break.  But, when I am ready to join another CC, I will certainly practice what I am preaching.

    Thanks so much for your kind words Colin :-)  it's refreshing to meet people who will try to help rather than tear down or discourage progress.

  • johnny5169 United States
    9 Posts
    Tue, Nov 3 2015 8:41 AM

    COUNTRY CLUBS

    What does everyone  think about the amount of activity of club members. I have not been a member for long so just trying to get a feel for ( i have been playing quite a bit lately). so what is it like two events in a months time means your active. who decides this stuff anyway. lol  later

     

     

  • balmerino New Zealand
    245 Posts
    Tue, Nov 3 2015 6:08 PM

     i know where you coming from Courtney, i always screen players before i accept them or not because of the sandbagging, or other country club owners or members who are so very kind to do this will let you know, its a good network to have. As for my own CC , i would admit that a lot of my members are less active than others but that is their decision and i never wanted to build a CC based on rules that would be seen as threatening or provocative..i just want them to feel they belong without any obligations and let them run the club. Yes there are a lot of great clubs out there and i think players that are looking for great active club involvement certainly should go looking..what the hell is a sandbaggers reason for joining a club probably to hide..but they soon get found out.

     

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