Our game appears to be based on a status pyramid that we maybe ought to rethink.
My appeal for you to turn the ‘pyramid on its head’ so that we translate the current “flood of rounds” and massive interest in golf into a sustainable and better future created quite a response.

I usually get a few short words of encouragement or correction from some who read these brief thoughts, but over the weekend, I have been buried under essays. The longest was over 1,000 (yes, a thousand) words long.   
I really appreciate the feedback and input.

The consistent message was that I haven’t met ‘Entitled Edward’ or ‘Chris Committee’.

Oh yes, I have, and there’s an important message here. As golf club members ourselves, we see these characters. Don’t forget ‘Chairman Charles’ and ‘Angry Anne’ by the way.

But don’t under-estimate how many of us want to find ways to enjoy the game in formats, activities, and events that step outside of the constraints imposed by ‘Traditional Ted’s’ view of the game.

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