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At least during the tournament, they had metal detectors and big no weapons signs up...IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD NO LESS. No, I didn't go, but I had to slow to a crawl around one of their search points at one of the back gates. If you're going to ban guns, fine, you're private, whatever (though I disagree with that interpretation of the 2nd and 4th), but keep it on YOUR property.
 

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At least during the tournament, they had metal detectors and big no weapons signs up...IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD NO LESS. No, I didn't go, but I had to slow to a crawl around one of their search points at one of the back gates. If you're going to ban guns, fine, you're private, whatever (though I disagree with that interpretation of the 2nd and 4th), but keep it on YOUR property.
My dad used to take us there when I was kid; I have many memories from there. However, the surrounding neighborhood made worry even as a child in the 80's. I have no idea what it is like now, but I highly doubt I would ever want to go there unarmed.

So the signs in the road? Could a person have kept a weapon in the car, should said person had attended?
 

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The neighborhood isn't that bad now, the Publix down the road still has visible security every time I go, but it's a generally clean, low-activity residential area.

The sign, metal detectors and orange cones demarcating the "sterile" area were almost a full lane into the road. This was just some kind of pedestrian gate. But yes, it should be easy enough to keep a weapon in your car.
 

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Plenty of publicly owned golf courses in Atlanta and the metro area where you can openly carry if you like. Any tournaments scheduled for any of these?
 

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I live in the surrounding neighborhood, and there is little crime now. 3-bed 2-bath homes now fetch $450K. Ten years ago, it was all a totally different story.
 
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