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More I’m delving into golf. The more I sense this is a Richer man’s game. The lessons   Equipment membership yearly  is really tallying up. And I rarely read on about public bare bones golfers . All about the biggest and best .  On average I’ve been spending  little over a grand a month on golf this season . 

No one can convince me that anyone making under 40$ thousand a year can make golf a hobby. One needs almost a six figure income to take golf seriously 

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I make well under $40k a year, and I've probably played 100 rounds of golf so far this year.  I have pretty recent equipment, and most of my bag has been updated within the past two years.  In fact, a

I'll even go the opposite direction of this in saying that just because you can buy new clubs anytime you want, and can afford to lose a dozen ProV1s a round in the woods won't even make you happy pla

I’m far from rich. I’m probably not even close to well off. I rarely buy new clubs. Don’t spend more than $25 on a dozen balls. I can walk 9 for $15 after 5pm at the course on my way home from the o

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More I’m delving into golf. The more I sense this is a Richer man’s game. The lessons   Equipment membership yearly  is really tallying up. And I rarely read on about public bare bones golfers . All about the biggest and best .  On average I’ve been spending  little over a grand a month on golf this season . 
No one can convince me that anyone making under 40$ thousand a year can make golf a hobby. One needs almost a six figure income to take golf seriously 


That seems to be true, for the most part. But it also depends on where you live. If you are fortunate to live in an area with a lot of muni courses it can be fairly affordable. You don’t have to play with the most expensive gear either. That being said, the areas with plenty of courses are probably also more expensive to live in. So it can be tough, but not impossible. Just don’t expect to be joining a private club.


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It is a higher income game for sure.Back in the 1980’s and mid 1990’s I had a golf membership with our park dept. The membership involved unlimited play at 3 area munis run by the parks.It cost $500 to$800 back than.I would play hand me down used golf balls and rarely bought new equipment.This was the golden years of golf for me.And sadly many considered this price a little extravagant.Now the same membership is $4500.That is a massive increase.But it does include 3 nicely groomed local munis.

Since I’ve really dropped my playing time down this year.I was able to purchase many college football tickets, nice gym membership,a few mlb baseball tickets, and even a few pro football game as well.And still had funds left over to start a new savings account.I can’t believe the extra funds I had left this year from stepping away from avid golf.

The equipment might be a purchase that only needs made every few years.But for me the lessons and membership and traveling green fees hurt my bank account. Plus the gas expenses and all the food and drinks at the turn and after.

So yes , under $50k a year would be rough .And if you have a family you might as well forget it.And sadly the game is only getting more expensive the more avid you get.I would say $80k a year is safe.But still must watch the traveling expenses.This takes in account the average membership here starts at about $4k.And this is for a decent muni 

 

and GSwag, boating is a heck of a lot cheaper.I owned a boat and It never ever came close with what i spent on golf.But again the boating season here is realistically only 3 months ..hahaah

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I’ve seen both ends of the spectrum. But the reality is that golf can be your hobby on a tight budget right down to taking group lessons from a pro at the local muni.

And this has been true in every part of the country that I’ve ever lived including Fairfield County CT which is one of the most affluent places in the country if not the world.


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That seems to be true, for the most part. But it also depends on where you live. If you are fortunate to live in an area with a lot of muni courses it can be fairly affordable. You don’t have to play with the most expensive gear either. That being said, the areas with plenty of courses are probably also more expensive to live in. So it can be tough, but not impossible. Just don’t expect to be joining a private club.
 

 

I agree with tehuti.  Very good clubs can be picked up used at very reasonable prices.  There have been threads here on the forum about putting together a nice set of clubs for a couple hundred bucks. The cost of playing does depend on where you live, but everywhere I have played around the country, there are inexpensive alternatives.  Of course, the large metro areas will be more expensive.  In more rural areas the prices are cheaper, but there are less options.  It also depends on how often you want to play.  

We have one private club that expensive to join, one semi-private club that's open for public play that's reasonable and a few munis and other public courses that can be reasonable depending on the day and time you want to play.  Also, in addition to memberships, most also offer a "Players Card" for $300 for the year that gets you 50% off any rate, anytime.  Of course, any course except the private club is available for practice free of charge except for range balls.  

I view golf as a sport that can be expensive, but can also be played inexpensively. It's a game that is as expensive as you want to make it.  Lots of other activities can be more expensive; I've owned a boat and it's not cheap!!  

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I make $800,000 a year. Have a trophy wife . Own multiple homes and am a part owner of a successful up and coming toilet bowl cleaning company . And I can walk on Augusta at a call

Ed, this is online. You can’t believe a majority of what people post on these. Most forums are full of egos or fantasy stories. They might also  say they play big high end private golf clubs. When in reality they might play a 9 hole goat ranch par 3. You can enjoy this game making $20,000 a year and minimum wage. We have greens fees that range from $15 a round all the way $300. Playing golf is still golf. Just some courses are in better shape than others. Bargain shop and enjoy the game for the rest of your life 

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Ed, this is online. You can’t believe a majority of what people post on these. Most forums are full of egos or fantasy stories. They might also  say they play big high end private golf clubs. When in reality they might play a 9 hole goat ranch par 3. You can enjoy this game making $20,000 a year and minimum wage. We have greens fees that range from $15 a round all the way $300. Playing golf is still golf. Just some courses are in better shape than others. Bargain shop and enjoy the game for the rest of your life 


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More I’m delving into golf. The more I sense this is a Richer man’s game. The lessons   Equipment membership yearly  is really tallying up. And I rarely read on about public bare bones golfers . All about the biggest and best .  On average I’ve been spending  little over a grand a month on golf this season . 

No one can convince me that anyone making under 40$ thousand a year can make golf a hobby. One needs almost a six figure income to take golf seriously 

 

Nah! Why does one have to be a member at a club? Why does one have to buy the latest clubs? There are PGA pros EVERYWHERE that charge $100 or less for lessons, even online! Nah. Not buying it, and my public course’s consistent golfers are proof!

 

 

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I play golf twice a week, take lessons a few times a year and play in a few tournaments with no problem. I don't play the most expensive courses in the area and I look for deals. For example: the Cincinnati city courses offer a Birdie Pass for $20/year but you get on average $8-$12 off the regular price for every round you play (they even throw in extra $5 off coupons you can use as well). Are they Pebble Beach? No but they're well maintained and provide a fun challenge. I bought my Titleist 915 driver as a demo so I got that for about $200 less than new at that time. Bought an older set of Titleist AP2's at a used sporting goods store for under $200 and got my Vokey wedges and Cameron putter on eBay for right around $500 total (my Cameron was my most expensive purchase). If I bought all those brand new, I'd be in for over $2,000 but I stayed under $1,000 for all of those. So, golf is only as expensive as you make it. Expensive golf doesn't make it any better for me.

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I make $800,000 a year. Have a trophy wife . Own multiple homes and am a part owner of a successful up and coming toilet bowl cleaning company . And I can walk on Augusta at a call

Ed, this is online. You can’t believe a majority of what people post on these. Most forums are full of egos or fantasy stories. They might also  say they play big high end private golf clubs. When in reality they might play a 9 hole goat ranch par 3. You can enjoy this game making $20,000 a year and minimum wage. We have greens fees that range from $15 a round all the way $300. Playing golf is still golf. Just some courses are in better shape than others. Bargain shop and enjoy the game for the rest of your life 

Poor man!  How can you live on only $800K a year with a trophy wife?  :lol:

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Expensive golf doesn't make it any better for me.

I'll even go the opposite direction of this in saying that just because you can buy new clubs anytime you want, and can afford to lose a dozen ProV1s a round in the woods won't even make you happy playing the game.

I knew a friend of my Dad's who let's just say had well over 9 figures sitting in his bank account.  He flew first class all over the world just because he could, and played golf whenever he wanted to.  He retired the #3 guy at UPS, so he has so much money he doesn't know what to do with it.

I played golf with this guy many times, and every time I would see him, he had new clubs.  He'd literally get fit for a set of clubs, and then play 1 or 2 rounds with them and not like them for whatever reason, and then he'd just buy new clubs to replace them.  He has like 6 kids and 14 grandkids, and every one of his kids and grandkids inherited his "old" sets of clubs.

He's always buy a dozen ProV1s in the pro shop (at 15% markup, so he was paying like $60 a dozen for them) before each round, and right off of the first tee he'd slice two of them out of bounds or into the woods where he not only wouldn't even look for them, but he'd just drop a ball in the middle of the fairway by my Dad's ball and hit from there.  He'd then chunk an approach shot, blade a chip over the green, and then finally get on and then 3 putt from wherever.  We'd walk back to the cart and he'd say to my Dad, "give me a 5."

This guy bought a $120k Mercedes convertible with all the bells and whistles, and after about 3 months just traded it in, taking a huge loss, only to buy another new Mercedes at about that price or more.  Every time I saw this guy he had a new car.  

But this guy was miserable every time I saw him.  I would try and crack a simple joke on the golf course and he'd just look at me cross eyed like I was an alien.  

He took my Dad out to dinner for his birthday, where it was me and my parents, him and his wife (5 people) and the cheapest entree on the menu was $77.  He dropped over $800 on that meal, and I actually walked away from the table somewhat hungry.

But was he happy?  Never.  Every time I saw him he was complaining about something.  The airlines lost his clubs, the hotel he was staying at didn't have his room ready when he got there.

I've also seen this guy buy and sell houses faster than most people go through clothing.  He spent $11 million to custom build a house on the side of a mountain that had 2 kitchens, an elevator, 5 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, and all sorts of other fancy amenities.  I think he lived in the house all of two years before he decided he didn't like the house, or like the town where he was living, so he sold it for about a $3 million loss, and moved down to Florida.  He had like 5 or 6 properties, but every time you saw this guy, he was just flat out miserable.

My point to all of this is to not let money dictate how or what you choose to do with you life.  You can have all the money you can spend on golf and still be a miserable SOB.  Or you can be broke like me, and appreciate the opportunity I have just to play 9 holes after work, because I am still (somewhat) healthy enough to walk 9 holes and live to tell about it.  I know at least one guy here who wishes he was healthy enough to play, and I've played with some older guys recently that couldn't make it through 9 holes, because they literally couldn't breathe and needed to go home to recover, physically.

Enjoy the day, find the positive in your situation, and go live your life doing what you makes you happy.  Because as anyone over 70 will tell you, getting old is not for sissies, and you can't get back what you spent on this day.

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Like the rest of life, it's all about living/buying/playing within your means

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Can be as expensive or as cheap as one chooses. Older gear, public courses, 9 holes vs 18. Watch YouTube for free lessons instead of with and instructor.

for many it’s a hobby so it’s up to the individual to determine what they can and can’t afford

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If I want to go play basketball it cost me nothing at the local county recreation center. Tennis cost $5 for a can of balls and a reasonable racket can be had for well over under $100. Running ♀️ is cheap as well for shoes should last a minimum of 90 days. I think I’ve made my point because Golf comparatively is expensive. Even if you play it on the cheap the end toll adds up quick.

On average a weekend golfer spends between $200 to $400 a month on greens fees alone. I can play a myriad of sports or participate in countless fitness activities at the local Y for a fraction of that cost.

Yes you can cut corners but even then golf is an expensive hobby to maintain.


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If I want to go play basketball it cost me nothing at the local county recreation center. Tennis emoji462.png cost $5 for a can of balls and a reasonable racket can be had for well over under $100. Running emoji125.png♀️ is cheap as well for shoes should last a minimum of 90 days. I think I’ve made my point because Golf comparatively is expensive. Even if you play it on the cheap the end toll adds up quick.

On average a weekend golfer spends between $200 to $400 a month on greens fees alone. I can play a myriad of sports or participate in countless fitness activities at the local Y for a fraction of that cost.

Yes you can cut corners but even then golf is an expensive hobby to maintain.

I disagree.  Here's why:

I played at a 9-hole course for 18 years for $350 a year, $600 a year for a couple.  OK, sure I cut corners, but at the time, I had to.  I didn't have the latest equipment, but it was good enough for my game.  Balls were never lost because there were no hazards; they wore out.

You live in Hawaii; nice weather all year long.  Lots of outdoor activities that are reasonably priced like you say, and you are young enough to enjoy them.  That's nice.  We have cold winters and hot summers so our hobbies are geared toward different seasons.  I played basketball when I was younger; I played tennis too.  I even ran a marathon.  But I'm not doing any of those things outdoors in 110º summer heat.  Actually, I'm not doing any of them now after multiple surgeries including knee replacement.  

To play tennis on a reasonable court requires a membership at a racket club - $100 a month minimum.  Fishing?  Around here we have lots of water, but to catch fish you need a boat and that requires a truck to pull it; just like golf, you can go cheap or you can spend a bundle.  Hunting?  Can also be as expensive as you want it to be.    We are within 3 hours of good snow skiing in any direction.  Now that's expensive!  There is no cheap skiing.  

The point is that everyone has their hobbies, and they can be cheap or expensive.  As to the OP, I make more than $40K a year, but far less than six figures being retired.  I manage my expenses to play the type of golf I want to play.  

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I see golf and skiing as similar "sports" .... not to say both are 'rich' sports but you typically find more people in higher income brackets than lower ones doing both.

There are a few requirements to play.
1. you need clubs, a bag and golf balls and some tees. (the rest is supplementary - rangefinder/gps/glove/ballmarker/training aids..etc.)

2. you need a tee time

3. you need a golf/collared shirt

Those are the bare minimum.  that's it.  Pull cart, golf cart, golf shoes, hat, all of that other crap is extra; sure it makes the game easier/more enjoyable but they aren't required.

You can find a set of clubs at garage sales/ebay/craigslist/goodwill for cheap.  I mean less than 100 bucks; hell, my bro-in-law found a complete set in a dumpster that he played with...including the bag.

You can get a golf shirt online for 10 or 15 bucks.

You can get a tee time for 18 holes, walking on golfnow for 35 or less.

You can play in a pair of old tennis shoes.

You can wear ratty cargo shorts with tube socks.

It's relatively cheap to get started playing golf....the problem is you start falling in love with the game and then it gets expensive.... 😁

 

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I see golf and skiing as similar "sports" .... not to say both are 'rich' sports but you typically find more people in higher income brackets than lower ones doing both.
There are a few requirements to play.
1. you need clubs, a bag and golf balls and some tees. (the rest is supplementary - rangefinder/gps/glove/ballmarker/training aids..etc.)
2. you need a tee time
3. you need a golf/collared shirt
Those are the bare minimum.  that's it.  Pull cart, golf cart, golf shoes, hat, all of that other crap is extra; sure it makes the game easier/more enjoyable but they aren't required.
You can find a set of clubs at garage sales/ebay/craigslist/goodwill for cheap.  I mean less than 100 bucks; hell, my bro-in-law found a complete set in a dumpster that he played with...including the bag.
You can get a golf shirt online for 10 or 15 bucks.
You can get a tee time for 18 holes, walking on golfnow for 35 or less.
You can play in a pair of old tennis shoes.
You can wear ratty cargo shorts with tube socks.
It's relatively cheap to get started playing golf....the problem is you start falling in love with the game and then it gets expensive.... 
 


Agreed. The longer you play the more expensive it can get. If you love the game you’ll eventually want to upgrade your gear. If you start playing really well on your local muni you may want to see how you’ll do on a really nice course. Etc., it can start to get pricey. But once you at least have the minimum in gear it doesn’t have to be too expensive.


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I think the answer to the question is a large, and as varied, as the membership on MGS.  What the "Cost" is?  That will depend on what makes you happy as was said in earlier posts.  I play 30-50 rounds a year, and usually buy a couple dozen new balls as well.  The courses I play are low key and as a result lower in cost.  Also if you walk as was also mentioned you can cut dollars as well.  Play with reconditioned balls, used clubs, etc...   If you have no desire to work toward playing the PGA tour that will be all you need to have fun.  Lessons are an added bonus for one who wants to improve their game, and if down the road you want to join a league, you don't have to be a member to be in a league.  There are so many ways to make this game affordable.  It really is up to you.

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I’m far from rich. I’m probably not even close to well off. I rarely buy new clubs. Don’t spend more than $25 on a dozen balls.

I can walk 9 for $15 after 5pm at the course on my way home from the office. Ride 18 for $40 at the muni near the house. I can take group lessons for $25 at a local range. I don’t spend $1000 on golf in a YEAR never mind 1 month.

If you can only play golf if it’s on a private course and you’re dragging PXG clubs around, that’s YOUR problem, not golf’s.


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