This is definitely double edged sword. Golf is supposed to be relaxing and leisure like but at the same time it has to have some pace to be fully enjoyable. I don't go out often but last few times I was paired with guys with 70's and a guy who just couldn't hit ball at all. I remember waiting forever to even hit my shot. It was quite frustrating. Marshals did ask us to move faster but just couldn't
I think courses need to take a look at hiring either human caddies or implementing technological assistance for golfers. Given at most budget course human caddies are quite expensive to hire so this probably can't fly. For technology side I think there is something that can improve; for example, carts can be equipped with timers, alerts, even voice caddies for yardages with suggested club, etc. People who walk need to borrow voice caddie/timer module to play. Similar like that. It may be initial investments from courses but they will quickly recoup in my opinion. I think it can definitely improve pace of plays.