We just had the 2014 Men’s Club Putting Qualifier at Green Haven this past Thursday and it was a great reminder of how personal putting can be.
What makes pace of play so important? Think of it this way, would you rather drive to work when traffic is moving at the speed limit or during a heavy traffic jam? The answer is simple, however solving pace of play issues at golf facilities is usually not. Here are three simple rules to abide by to solve pace of play issues at your facility.
It has been a difficult start to the season in regards to weather. I wanted to share some quotes that may make you feel better about the difficult weather and this crazy game we love so much. I will lead with a famous quote from the movie “Frozen” by Princess Elsa: “The cold never bothered me anyway.”
Lately we have heard ad nauseam about how the game of golf is in decline and in trouble. All the affiliate organizations are scrambling to figure out how to stem the loss of golfers and save the game with millions of dollars of programs and advertising.
It sure hasn’t felt like spring, but the calendar says it is, so I guess we’ll believe it.
Spring means many of the area golf courses have opened in the past couple weeks. With all the recent rain the courses are becoming quite green and should have some healthy growth.