Long courses - good for golf? Tips from Donald Trump's PGA Professional, and has Scottsdale become "Snottsdale"?
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“We’re adding more senior tees than back tees,” says Quitno. “For the masses, I see more of a need for shorter golf courses, in the 6,400-yard range. It’s those middle-range golfers are the ones you need to market to the most.”
“Donald loves golf, but his time is so limited,” Dr. Wiren says. “He basically comes out, hits some balls and goes and plays. We make suggestions here and there, but he just doesn’t have the time to practice.”
Dr. Wiren also offers some golf tips on how to improve your game (hint: you’re not working on your short game enough).
“I think it’s an image they should embrace,” Baldwin says. “They have a lot of restaurants that are snooty and expensive. The women have a lot of plastic surgery…it’s what a lot of high-end golfers are looking for. That’s the kind of meals they want and the kind of women they want.”
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