For several years now, a spring gathering of golf geeks has taken place in Kohler, WI. We drive up, play 36 holes, and drive home. It is a gloriously exhausting day with a great group of guys on courses I enjoy – and I don’t think I’m ever going back. Here’s why. This year, weContinue reading “So Long Kohler”
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Want to Improve Pace of Play? Start Firing Golfers.
The USGA has been studying pace of play extensively and sharing results at their Symposium. They are amassing data that promises to help course operators improve “flow”. Additionally, technological innovations like smart flags, GPS-enabled carts, and others will track players and help them keep the pace. These initiatives may very well help, and I applaud theContinue reading “Want to Improve Pace of Play? Start Firing Golfers.”