One of the hot topics in golf at the moment is pace of play.
Pace of play is affected by many factors, including player ability and behaviour, management practices and course difficulty and set-up. Many commentators argue that golf nowadays takes too long, that slow round times are driving people away from the game and that something needs to be done. Conversely, others would say that golf is not a race, that not everyone wants to play in a hurry and that some courses are just not capable of being played in under four hours.
The R&A is interested to hear the views from golfers around the world on this issue and has compiled a survey with this in mind.
Please take a few moments to fill out their survey by clicking here.