I believe that golf can and should be accessible, affordable, and inclusive. So here at Public Golfer I do not review upscale courses or new $500 drivers. Instead, I focus on municipal tracks and used equipment. Occasionally I wade into the current debates of the golf world: how to “grow the game” properly, what the PGA Tour could do to be less boring, and whether golf carts should be burned or recycled. One thing I never do is give swing advice.
For more on my background and point of view, see my introductory Public Golfer post, “Golfing Cheap in a Land of Plenty.”
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