While in Denver for the ASGCA Annual Meeting, Phelps chose three public courses for the architects to play, reinforcing his message about the nationwide need for more affordable courses that are fun and playable for golfers of all skill levels, Kensler writes.
Phelps explained that the ‘value’ of a golf course involves more than its construction cost or the national recognition it receives. “It also includes the social value, the environmental value, and what place the course has in the community,” he said.
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