Back Tees

Murphy, Brian
July 2009
NCGA Golf;Summer2009, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p23
The article focuses on the issues concerning the Tee Box Snobs. It states that the players in Tee Box Snobs were considered as highly skilled golfers. Most of the players are also required to play the back tees. Moreover, part of its aim is to compliment the flow of the game on fellow handicapped player.


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