Scotland Course and Slope Ratings
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Junior Golfers
Pace of Play
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Walking the Links is Good Exercise
How Fast is Your Course?
Pick It Up
Pace at Old Course St. Andrews, Scotland
USGA Pace System
USGA Pace System can help your course
Who's to blame for waiting game?
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About the Pope Of Slope

Pope Of Slope

USGA Pace System

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Introduction & Acknowledgment
Forming a 'Pace of Play' Committee
Features of the USGA PRS
The USGA PR Formula in Brief
How to have your course Pace Rated
How to Take The USGA Pace Rating and Run With It
Resources for Teaching, Managing, and Enforcing Pace of Play
Player Education/Communication
On-Course Products and Services
Programs of Note
More On-Course Aids
Setting up Your Course to Play To Its USGA Pace Rating
Questions and Answers About The USGA Pace Rating
Appendix A - The USGA Pace Rating Form PR1


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