With the game continuing to progress, it hasn’t gotten any easier, yet that is a simple fix. When it comes to making golf easier, shortening the golf course would be a huge advantage to the everyday golfer. Even just playing from the correct tee box, would have just as big of an advantage. With the PGA tour’s average drive going around three hundred yards, it is understandable to play a course at over seven thousand yards. Yet for the average golfer, who is hitting it around fifty to seventy five yards shorter, it is extremely difficult to shoot a low score. As written by Jack Nicklaus in Golf Digest Magazine, “golfers want a challenge but end up playing from the wrong tees. The game needs to become more concise.” Nicklaus makes a great point in saying this,...
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...t cheaper, lowering club prices and course prices would draw more people to the course and the game, while still allowing for the beautiful views, new equipment, and great ambiance. Yet, golf is also more appealing like everything, when it is relatable to other things, and in my eyes, it is the most relatable to life, more than any other thing. So the next time you go to pick up a new thing to do, don’t leave golf out of the question. Instead jump right into the fun, and realize maybe chasing a little white ball around isn’t so bad after all.
Achenbach, James Importance of Being Fitted: Golf Week, June 19, 2011
Diaz, Jamie, and Jack Nicklaus A Tee Too Far: Golf Digest Magazine, July 2011
Kostis, Peter, Let's Make Golf More Fun in 2011: Golf.com, February 2011
Owen, David, and Peter Morrice Make Golf More Fun: Golf Digest Magazine, January 2011
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