This week I want to direct you to a guest post I recently wrote for Paul (aka Yakers) at 28to20golfhandicap. Paul is a married professional in his mid 30′s who also happens to be a golf addict. At his blog he writes about his journey to getting his handicap down to 20 (it’s about achievable goals for Paul).
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This week is the continuation of a two part series which was kicked off last week: how to get rid of golf barriers once and for all. In this series, we discuss solutions to two major issues which can provide either a barrier of entry to the game of golf, or simply a barrier to playing more golf.
Recently, I had a very productive conversation on two big issues in the game of golf that are keeping new people from playing the game and existing players from playing more: money and time. While most of this conversation centered around which was the primary contributor to keeping people from playing more golf, it hit me that both are huge issues hindering people from playing more golf and both are issues which need to be addressed.