How do you feel about amateurs playing with no golf handicap?
Golf is evolving and evolving fast. In short, golf is a large business which continues to grow globally. What is striking in the golf industry is the way Golf Governing bodies manage one of the world’s oldest sports and adapting to new challenges. The game, first played in 15th-century Scotland, isn’t known for keeping pace with changes or am I wrong?
I played in a huge charity event hosted by one of the golfing legends - team of 5 players - winning team scored 22 under par! I've always been a fan of ditching handicaps altogether, then the problem is removed instantly or not? These guys play on their own Tour, called SharkGolf but there's another old saying in golf: Beware the man whose golf pencil has an eraser or did somebody mention sand and bags?
To compete and be rewarded is part of the DNA of a golfer, do you have some alternatives for a handicap?