"Pace of Play Guru Gets Paid to Shave Time"

"Pace of Play Guru Gets Paid to Shave Time," by James Achenbach, published in Golfweek, July 12, 2003 issue. The author explores how golf should address the problem of pace of play. The answer? Bill Yates.


[excerpt]  "At the 2002 British Open, Yates was hired by the sponsoring Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews to monitor pace of play and offer suggestions for improving it....they must have seen something they liked, because the R&A later invited Yates to address a gathering of golf unions from the United Kingdom..."    --Author James Achenbach


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