As a golfer since 1950, I must applaud all who were involved in the Audubon course’s renovation; it’s one of the more pleasurable courses I’ve ever seen or played. Unfortunately, I’ve played there only a couple of times and can’t return to enjoy the experience any more: their rigid cart-path-only rule for carts prevents those of us who are mobility impaired from enjoying the experience. It is strange that keeping the fairways up and keeping the carts in working order is a higher priority than the people who would like to enjoy those fairways. Does the Americans With Disabilities Act actually allow them to do this?
R. Rowland
New Orleans

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