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Interesting thread.  I belong to a couple of traveling golf leagues as well as a couple of golf clubs.  We too have to either respond to a call for players email or we have to call the club to get entered.  Rarely do we have an event that fills up as quickly as the OP has indicated here.  I would imagine in our case, we don't have what seems to be an abundance of members as the OP's club does.  Sounds to me like OP needs to have a discussion with the Committee handling registration.  Or he needs to do what we have to do if you want a good tee time on Saturday...start calling at 6:30am because at 6:45am all the premium tee times are long gone.  

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