If you want something to improve, then something needs to change.
You have scheduled a 9-hole Par 3 event to coincide with the Masters?

You have found a way to first invite all of your occasional and less experienced golfers to participate?

You know, in our experience, who really enjoys this event?
That’s good and bad of course.

One of our customers runs this event once a month with a slightly different twist, but always with lots of beer, wine, burgers, and pizza.

“I used to think Saturday was a compaction problem, but Friday evening when we run the Par 3 is crazy.”

Remember, if you’re going to improve the retention of returning golfers and maintain the current participation rates, then you must spread the love. 

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