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Kellfire

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i am glad i am at a club that has a proper bar and bar-type vibe after golf and not a cafe to have a sandwich and coffee - both of which you can of course have. The 19th and a good social scene, often with liberal libation, is an imprortant and, indeed, essential feature for golf clubs, with associated functions, weddings etc helping top subsidise the running costs. I do not get the recent comments wanting any different and can't see any of my fellow members agreeing either (n). Nobody forces alcohol and there are all the soft-drink and coffee options available. Golf is a social game with jokes and banter and a 19th hole - or at least it should be - and that is the only version i like.
If your club mates need a drink to socialise then perhaps that’s not a good sign?
 

Liverpoolphil

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If your club mates need a drink to socialise then perhaps that’s not a good sign?
Where did he say that his club mates “need” a drink ?

Our club has a very good social side - it’s a club bar not a coffee shop or cafe , they have them down the town centre.

That doesn’t mean people have to get an alcoholic drink
 

Kellfire

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Where did he say that his club mates “need” a drink ?

Our club has a very good social side - it’s a club bar not a coffee shop or cafe , they have them down the town centre.

That doesn’t mean people have to get an alcoholic drink
He didn’t. It’s called a conversation. Getting really bored with your playing the man not the ball posts over and over.
 

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He didn’t. It’s called a conversation. Getting really bored with your playing the man not the ball posts over and over.
It’s not a conversation when your response to his post which was about the social aspect of his club and how he enjoys it and it being a big thing for him in the sport was to suggest that his club mates need to drink to socialise 🤷‍♂️
 

Kellfire

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It’s not a conversation when your response to his post which was about the social aspect of his club and how he enjoys it and it being a big thing for him in the sport was to suggest that his club mates need to drink to socialise 🤷‍♂️
Didn’t you see the question mark?
 
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