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This is probably a long shot, I'm not sure how many Southern Ontario golfers are on here.  But I was wondering if anyone had any experience with the Tri-City Golf Club (or the sister clubs GTA and London).  It looks like a pretty great deal but my real concern is availability of tee times and how it works if you're booking with non-member guests.  Basically I guess I'm just wondering if it's worth the $200 or so and if you've had good experiences with it.  Right now they are offering the rest of 2011 free if you sign up for 2012.

 

http://www.tricitygolfclub.ca/

 

http://www.londongolfclub.ca/

 

http://www.gtagolfclub.ca/

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This is probably a long shot, I'm not sure how many Southern Ontario golfers are on here.  But I was wondering if anyone had any experience with the Tri-City Golf Club (or the sister clubs GTA and London).  It looks like a pretty great deal but my real concern is availability of tee times and how it works if you're booking with non-member guests.  Basically I guess I'm just wondering if it's worth the $200 or so and if you've had good experiences with it.  Right now they are offering the rest of 2011 free if you sign up for 2012.

 

http://www.tricitygolfclub.ca/

 

http://www.londongolfclub.ca/

 

http://www.gtagolfclub.ca/

Hi Brad - this may be a little to late but I was looking to see who else was from London and I came upon your thread - let me know if you had a chance to use the london golf club membership - I was looking to get this membership this year - since they have added the muni courses in London (I believe this spring will be the second year that the muni courses are on the membership).

 

 

What I have been told by a couple of friends who have purchased it (birdie plus) is that they find that it was a great experience for them bang for buck compared to just buying a half membership for the London Muni and playing the same course week in week out - whereas the londongolf you really get a variety to play good/great courses. Also when my friend Chris would book a tee time he would pay for his fee online which you have to do and book it for 3 extra people for that allotted time slot - we never had issues with tee times - as long as you look at the restrictions as some courses don't allow you to book at a certain time/time of week.

 

 

Let me know how it panned out for you!

 

Cheers

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I've spoken to a few people who really got their money's worth but it seems to depend on how flexible you are for tee times.  I could never get onto a course in my area when I was availalble to play.  So for me it really wasn't worth it (I didn't even make my money back in savings).  I've decided on golfnorth.ca this year, I know lots of people who do really well with that.

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I've spoken to a few people who really got their money's worth but it seems to depend on how flexible you are for tee times.  I could never get onto a course in my area when I was availalble to play.  So for me it really wasn't worth it (I didn't even make my money back in savings).  I've decided on golfnorth.ca this year, I know lots of people who do really well with that.
I'll check that out! More options the better!
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