But golf isn’t perfect. The National Golf Foundation recently found two things: 1) the number of rounds played has dropped significantly from its heyday in the 90’s (some believe golf is in crisis), and 2) ninety percent of people surveyed said slow play is the biggest factor spoiling their enjoyment of the game. While surely there are other reasons for golf’s decline, these two things must be connected. Slow pace of play is negatively affecting the game.
When Mr. Egger took me out for my first round of golf (way back in the olden days), he was adamant that we keep up with the group in front of us. He said […]