Junior Green Fee Rates Please
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?