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Tell the golf course starter if slow play hinders the fun

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 19, 2013

~~<p style="text-align: center;">This story has been corrected. See below.</p>
<p><strong>Question</strong>: To the person complaining about the slow sixsome at West Loch Golf Course in the Oct. 24 &ldquo;Kokua Line&rdquo; (see <a href="http://is.gd/7LbGw5">is.gd/7LbGw5</a>): You should be mad at municipal golf course management for allowing five/sixsomes to play. There are five/sixsomes that play fast, but they usually are the first to go out. If you tee off after 9 a.m., you will get a slow group in front of you, and 9 times out of 10, that group will be a five/sixsome. Why don&rsquo;t they restrict play to no more than four in a group?</p>
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This story has been corrected. See below.

Question: To the person complaining about the slow sixsome at West Loch Golf Course in the Oct. 24 “Kokua Line” (see is.gd/7LbGw5): You should be mad at municipal golf course management for allowing five/sixsomes to play. There are five/sixsomes that play fast, but they usually are the first to go out. If you tee off after 9 a.m., you will get a slow group in front of you, and 9 times out of 10, that group will be a five/sixsome. Why don’t they restrict play to no more than four in a group? Login for more...



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