Posted 08 June 2017 - 07:04 PM
Think the answer is a dedicated member of the club with a cart active on every members comp as a Marshall .
Not keeping up with the group in front , yellow and red cards , loss of strokes or points on the group depending on the comp being played on the day .
Two shifts , morning and afternoon comp .
Cost to the club , a variety of services that the club provides , e.g. , a voucher for free drinks and meals for the Marshall and his partner or friend .
I do Marshal at a club, as a paid job, Bill, it's not ALL about keeping up with the group ahead, a couple of factors, ability, age also come into it. There are some groups of players that just can't get around as fast as say the first group. It's more about keeping up with the pace required to set a decent time rather than staying with the group ahead.
You can't penalise a group that is ahead of expected pace but has lost ground to the group ahead.
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