kilikopele wrote:I think I've gotten a bit ragged about moving on
Ahhhh, the examples you gave coupled with that statement expand on the original, I can see more where your coming from with regard to what I considered a slighlty dissproportionate original complaint.
I'm a great believer in market forces, old school in that department, and doubt very much you are alone in your feelings about your club.
It would be great to know if there was strong support in that area, perhaps to suggest to the club to change their management or adopt certain rules for days or something to better represent what you originally enjoyed about it. Possibly some of the agrieved others have already found another venue and might let you in on the secret
I still also think that "move on" still applies, it can mean change tact rather than change location. Not to sound patronising, but keep going with the Courtesy and search for like minded people.
They are out there still! But perhaps change the way the search is run etc
You live in America? There's enough space, build your own course!
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:I always taught my kids "Good manners cost you nothing, bad manners can cost you a lot."
Maybe thats one of the answers right there, you taught your kids, many people do not. This is then repeated.