This week, The Sand Trap is throwing hard light on slow play on America's golf courses. We're fed up, tired, and sick of spending five hours traversing four miles of course, especially when there are so many incentives to play more quickly: more time with family, more time at the 19th hole, more time to play another 18 holes, and the increased likelihood that our spouse will let us play to begin with!
In this week's The Numbers Game, we're going to look at how much time one can save doing simple, efficient things on the golf course, ranging from walking more quickly to being ready to play when it's your turn.
Read on, because I think the amount of time you can save may be impressive.
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