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Jan. 11, 2006
Men's 60
44 posts
What happens if there is no teams for a player to play for? There seems no available 55 Major Plus teams available, that a N.C. player can play for. The two Major Plus teams have there rosters full. So my question is what is the alternative? I quess play golf.
Jan. 12, 2006
Men's 70
267 posts
Hey starburst23, are you crazy? Golf is way too hard! Try dropping down to Major as I believe it will not be too long before Major+ teams are assimulated into Major class as there are just too few M+ teams to play in tournaments.
Jan. 13, 2006
489 posts
major plus divisions??
if you drop the major plus division and they have to play major where do you think the major teams and below will move to? i believe that most teams will all drop down. major to aaa & aaa to aa because they will not want to play everyone.what does this accomplish?
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Jan. 14, 2006
Men's 65
440 posts
Good call Donnie. That's exactly what would happen.

Starburst - what if you could find a couple or three Major + players and go play on a major team? It won't be long before that team is Major + right?

Just a thought

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