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Discussion: Fri, Sat & Sun OR Sat, Sun & Mon ?

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July 28, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
Fri, Sat & Sun OR Sat, Sun & Mon ?
How many would like to see the days change? A day of work either way is used. Might make flights easier to get as well, but I do not know. And some may save a Fri night, higher room rate.
While I'm sure nothing would happen tomorrow (due to contracts) would it be better?
Just another cog in the wheel of thought.
July 28, 2009
140 posts
Either way would be ok with me. My problem is I work full time mon thru fri. Being able to play 65's this year they play during the week. I have only been able to play in one tourney with my team this year. Just wondering if other 65's would rather play on the weekend or keep it during the week. With the economy the way it is and i believe many 65+ still working maybe its time for the associations to take a look at this. Thanks
July 28, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
Those working are stuck even more if game days are involved, weekdays or weekends.
I honestly do not know how some do it as often as they do.
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