|You can get in a short round at Las Vegas's Divine Nine course, but just try getting a nine-hole rate at your local club. (Courtesy Divine Nine)|
People are short of lesuire time with today's busy lifestyles and many find four to five hours on the course a difficult prospect to manage. Time management is the key to everybody's happiness, and the compromise between spending time with your family and playing golf is and always will be nine holes (although you still have to fairly fit to get around the nine on our course as we are situated on top of the mountains above the Rhondda Valley in South Wales). Encourage your club to cater for the time-starved thousands out there, and get nine-hole rates advertised
Rhondda Golf Club
September 28, 2006
Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.
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