Ju­nior Green Fee Rates Please

Golf Digest (Malaysia) - - From The Gallery - Siti Aisha | Ta­man Per­dana

Your ed­i­tor’s let­ter cer­tainly hits the nail on the head.

The ma­jor­ity of our golf clubs are not child-friendly in­deed.

Why can’t they let kids play? The course is empty on week­days any­way.

They should think about the ex­or­bi­tant cost of liv­ing these days and not just about profit.

Af­ter all, why get us to join your club only to be­tray us?

Luck­ily there are some cour­ses that al­low chil­dren to play with their par­ents.

And for the record, kids don’t slow play up.

It’s when your course does not have ju­nior tee boxes that slow play hap­pens.

If own­ers of cour­ses al­lowed these kids to play, they are in­vest­ing in the clubs fu­ture mem­bers.

S. Murthy ac­knowl­edg­ing au­to­graph hunters in the 2013 Malaysian Open. When will the na­tional open make its over­due re­turn?

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