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RE: Carl T replied to Re: Boom Box's on the Course

Tim H

We have a couple of people in our group who enjoy music. It is not loud, you have to be within 10 or 15 feet from the cart to hear it. I enjoy it myself, sometimes a song I really like comes on and loosens me up. If you go to Greyhawk in Scottsdale there is always music on the range. 

I think If it is at a reasonable volume it's fine. Just for reference though it is against USA rules in tournament play.

Tim Honold

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From: Carl T
Date:06/23/2014 2:16 PM (GMT-06:00)
Subject: Carl T replied to Re: Boom Box's on the Course

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Carl T replied to Re: Boom Box's on the Course in General.

I'm all for attracting new and young golfers to the game but as in any sport there are tradition and player etiquette. In golf it is considered rude and offensive to talk while one is addressing the ball. The only thing you should hear when addressing the ball is the back ground noises of birds chirping, leaves rustling and other sounds of nature. A boom box blaring from across the fairway while you are on the tee box is unacceptable behavior IMHO. As already well stated, there is a place for everything but blaring music on the golf course is not one of them. To me the booming sound of music falls into the same category of the car driving by a golf course honking it's horn and it's passenger screaming fore.

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  1. Carl T

    Tim, the key phrase here is, "If it's not to loud". As far as I am concerned if I can't hear it, it does not exist. If I am on the putting green and a cart rolls by with the bass vibrating off of every thing within 50 yards or if I am on the tee box or anywhere on the course and I can hear music blaring, it's too dang loud. My hearing is not the best and what little I have left I certainly do not want to hear the latest rock group's big hit.

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