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Kyle Fendrick  › NUDGA   August 27, 2012 at 10:51am

Just to put my two cents in, I'm not sure that money is the big problem. Not entirely, anyway. I kinda hate to bring it up since it always seems to cause an argument but I think one of the big problems is playing the red tees or whatever tees someone decides to make up that day. I think most people are fine with kicking down ten bucks if they honestly think they have a chance to contribute to the team's score. But playing reds pretty much takes the lesser skilled/shorter thrower out of the game. Why would a player who has no chance of putting their drive close on most if not all of the holes want to play? Why would a player want to spend ten bucks when the only chance they have to win anything back is drawing one of maybe three or four guys who can reach the basket? We all know how much it sucks to feel like you're doing nothing for your team. I understand that playing longer/more difficult positions makes you a better player but, in my opinion, doubles is not the time for it. Doubles is about fun and meeting new people, or at least it was and when a new player comes and has no chance to contribute why would they come back? Just my opinion.