Kids and Carts

If they are old enough to swing a club, they should be walking, strengthening their legs, learning to feel the rhythm of the game that simply cannot be learned in a golf cart.

Walter Hagen said to stop and smell the flowers while you’re on the course.  This sensitivity is a powerfully alluring and educational part of golf.  You’re much less likely to realize it if you group up riding in a cart.

Harvey Penick

Little Red Book

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