Our game appears to be based on a status pyramid that we maybe ought to rethink.
In so many different ways, golf operates on a ‘pyramid’ status model. Top 10 golf courses. Top 10 players. Top 10 coaches. And then we have it at the state or provincial level. We have it by estates, public, member clubs, etc.

Do you think we might even do that within our clubs? There’s four
‘characters’ who dominate our thinking. Usually male. Actually, almost always male:

‘Everyday Eddie’; ‘Regular Ronnie’; ‘Larry League’; and ‘Solid Steve’. These are the golfers that play the most. They have their regular fourball and time. They’re at the top of our pyramid.

Our scheduling reflects that. The pinnacle of the golf year is the Club Championship. The pinnacle of the week is Saturday.
The question I have for you (I don’t know the answer, so I’d appreciate your response). Are your additional rounds we’re seeing played through the week, your regular golfers playing more frequently, or is it made up of the occasional golfers playing more golf?

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