When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made the move from the old Tampa Bay Times Forum to Mather Golf Course on the campus of the University of Central Florida, they didn’t just give it a name change.
They also made sure that it would be accessible to the public online.
The club is located on campus, but there are no online access options.
That’s because Mather golf courses are restricted to members only.
The restrictions include a $2,500 membership fee and restrictions on how the club can use and display the club’s names, logos and other materials.
The Buccaneers, who play at Mather during their bye week, say they have been working to make the club accessible to everyone.
“We’ve been trying to make it easier for people to get into the game,” coach Dirk Koetter said.
“We have a couple of things that are being discussed right now, so I think we’re working on it.
There are a couple restrictions on it, but I think it will work out for everybody.””
It’s a tough one to make.
There are a couple restrictions on it, but I think it will work out for everybody.”
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Kaep will be at the game in order to see how well the club is doing.
The Bucs have yet to make any announcements about the club and have yet, however, to make a public announcement regarding a new stadium.
The club’s current home is the Mather Collegiate Golf Club in Hillsborough, Florida.