Portrait of slow play
We've all played with one of these hard shells. They get out of the cart, walk to their ball without clubs, assess the situation and yardage, walk back to the cart, toggle between wedges, and then they start their lengthy pre-shot routine. And when you add it all up, it's a 95 in five hours.
What's golf's greatest anchor?
A) It takes too much time.B) It's too hard. C) It's too expensive.
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(Thanks to Hoff for sharing the photo.)