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The practice of scraping tee time booking engines, a method used by various companies to gather data on golf course availability and pricing, is the subject of an article titled “To Scrape or Not To Scrape, A Question for the Golf Industry” published by Golf Course Technology Reviews. The article highlights the potential implications of this practice, including market distortion, unfair competitive advantages, and its impact on market dynamics.

Issues such as information asymmetry, pricing manipulation, barriers to entry, resource strain on target sites, and market sensitivity and volatility are also addressed in the article. In order to address these concerns and enhance fairness and transparency in how data is collected and used by different companies, the article suggests the creation of a Fair Scraping Agreement in the golf industry.

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