Our game appears to be based on a status pyramid that we maybe ought to rethink.
 
 
In turning the pyramid, it doesn’t mean that we neglect in any way our committed or competitive Saturday morning golfers who enjoy 18-holes of stroke-play or Stableford.

It just means we start to recognize other golfers and their needs as well.

What events and activities would keep ‘Learner Louise’ or ‘New Nigel’ committed to the game and a journey? What event would get ‘Occasional Ollie’ or ‘Monthly Mary’ or ‘Family Frank’ to participate once a week?  
 
 
If you create fun and a buzz at these events, then do not be surprised when ‘Everyday Eddie’; ‘Regular Rosie’; ‘Larry League’; and ‘Solid Sandy’; put their names down.

No-one wants to miss out on a social buzz at any golfing event. Whether you’re trying to hit a tee shot or hit a 40-yard pitch as part of a 9-hole hit and giggle, there are challenges and accomplishments, benchmarks to be challenged, and skills to be honed.

And along the way, rather than beating out solitary miles on a treadmill on a Thursday evening, we’re in the healthy outdoors, with family or friends or making new friendships, and having fun. Every golfer wants that.
 
 

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