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ping g30 irons none of the courses I have been to deny using my own small ice chest to hold their ice beverages.

What do you all think about coolers on the golf course, ping g30 irons

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My understanding is that the no cooler policy is really just to help them enforce the no outside alcohol policy. It would be too difficult to check the contents of each individual cooler for outside booze, so they just have a blanket no cooler policy.

As for your questions: a) I don know what they do if they caught you, probably somewhere between a warning and kicking you off the course, depending on whether your cooler is full of water or Jaegermeister. b) I don know if it in bad taste, ping g30, but it does seem kind of cheap, ping g25 irons, like sneaking your own food into the movies. c) You are not the only one who does this.

My course sells their own coolers, but unfortunately they only hold 6 (It hot, beer doesn last very long). Technically we can bring as many course coolers as we want, ping g30 driver, though, so we usually just pack multiple or I might pack liquor instead of beer. A couple of friends have skinny coolers that fit in their bags that they bring and just leave hidden in their bags. Our course just wants the extra revenue from buying their $6 coolers, and it seems like your course is the same with buying their beer.

Last time I played at a no cooler course we just threw ours in the cart baskets and threw our towels over them. Nobody was looking as we weren acting like drunken idiots so they never said anything to us. Mostly because I prefer to drink water or Powerade/Gatorade. If we do decide to have a few, we bring a cooler, go grab the cart, drive to the car, place the cooler in the cart, place headcovers and towels over it, and then go play.

I usually leave the beer for afterwards. I like sitting in the snack bar after a round and drinking a few beers and having some food. If not there, a lot of the local bars do a "buy one get one free" if you bring in your scorecard and show it to them.

If the course sells beer, ping g25 irons, you should buy it there. This is regulated by TABC law.

If the course does not sell beer, you can bring it (most of the time).

Most of the courses with beer have either an insulated ice bag or a small soft ice chest that you can borrow; if not they have a very active beer cart. Though, none of the courses I have been to deny using my own small ice chest to hold their ice beverages.

A) if you are asking about course etiquette always just ask the course there is usually one way or another to get your drink on.

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