A simple Lotus 1-2-3 model of the flow of golfers through a high-demand championship golf course was developed to help course managers understand the course’s queuing problems better. The nature of the queuing problem, the Lotus 1-2-3 model, and its use in golf course management are discussed. The key to understanding the dynamics of golf is to recognize the similarities (and differences) between golf and assembly lines. Extension of this idea and computer simulation modeling to other recreational services is proposed.
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on. Although there have been studies with animals, post-mortem tissues, and computer simulations, researchers in the motor development field have only begun to scratch the surface in the quest to construct a more comprehensive body of empirical evidence that explains the development of functional
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. ( 2008 ). Effects of an additional computer simulation training programme and/or on-court specific instructions on advance cue detection in basketballers . International Journal of Sport Psychology, 39 , 257 – 277 . * Guillot , A. , Desliens , S. , Rouyer , C. , & Rogowski , I. ( 2013