Thanks for the reply.
Some of the ?'s I hear are:
Is the $10 a one time fee?
What "stuff" does the PDGA send you?
I agree with you on the ratings thing.
To me it seems like the PDGA uses their ratings as an ace in the hole.
I've been thinking about renewing, so I went to check out my rating and some of the past gigs I've attended over the years to try and get excited to go to PDGA gigs again.
But as a non/temp member could not view it.
I really don't see the reasoning for this.
How big of a deal is it?
So they take your $10 to try and boost their #'s to look better in the GP and are using my lifetime # to further boost.
But a 20 year PDGA member can't check out any past putts.
waiting to see or experience your ideas to get some of those old retired PDGA buds and this ol wiley mountain man to wake up, hear the chains and join.
On another note..............