USGA 'Play 9' Initiative Makes Golf More Accessible
The average time it takes for a golfer to complete 18 holes is about four hours and 11 seconds. For busy families, four hours of play isn’t an option. In an effort to make the sport more accessible and inclusive, the United States Golf Association has created the initiative “Play 9.” With only nine holes, the hope is to cut time on the course in half and encourage players to come out and enjoy the sport without the long commitment. From the Bob O’Connor Golf Course in Schenley Park, we’ll chat with avid golfer Councilman Corey O’Connor and Allison Vartabedian, of the USGA.
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