I’m right there with you, John Steinbreder (“High-tech intrusion,” November 6, GGP).
In fact, so much so that I’m thinking of getting a second phone that has only golf items, so that my life away from my round does not impact my four-hour retreat from the world.
(Jurick, a PGA of America member, is the executive director and CEO of Miami Valley Golf.)
On John Steinbreder’s article on technology, I could not agree more (“High-tech intrusion,” November 6, GGP).
The game is difficult enough even when you are trying to focus only on golf. The Golf Genius program, although well-intentioned, is a distraction to enjoying the game and a tournament competition.
Unlike the rest of my family, I also do not do Venmo, and I enjoy paying a caddie with cash. It’s much easier and simpler.
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