For example, see this project done by someone in their spare time using resources that are not costly - how much time cars spend in bike and bus lanes. I would guess the toughest part of the problem is camera placement and coverage. Going to guess there are no outlets out on most courses, a way to power the cameras needs to be figured out. Once you have the cameras, you can track movements and see specific to the course, what is causing slow play. Once someone writes the basic functionality of the ML algorithm, others can custom for specific courses.
I still carry a TM V-Steel 4-wood. Modern 3-woods are too hot for me. I need something that will land softer/go higher. I have a 18* 2-iron if I want low. I rarely find myself 3-wood distance from a green, so the swap was easy. Love this club, but one of these days it's gonna wear out. I think a modern 5-wood would likely give a similar performance, with the hotter faces etc. Throw in adj hosel and it's a slam dunk. But I'll stick with old faithful for now.
He seems like a vanity capper to me. Don't get me wrong, breaking 80 in a pro event is really, really good. But I think a scratch golfer would be doing better. Plus, he's has some pretty meh results when he's tried to play amateur events.
FWIW, the project cut line is -1 right now.
Curry was +8 over two days. He was a 2 handicap at the time. Romo is +5 after one day, and he's supposedly a +0.3.
Golf is hard, even for elite athletes in other sports.