What's Your Definition of Good?

McCullough, Mike
July 2011
NCGA Golf;Summer2011, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p70
The article presents the author's insights on the perception of U.S. golfers regarding the definition of a good golf course. He describes that most golfers consider some factors for a highly-conditioned playing field such as cost, convenience, and comrades. He recommends that golfers must make sure that they leave the course better after playing by fixing ball marks, filling divots or raking bunkers to enhance the condition of the course.


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