On my recent trip I picked up the Wall Street Journal weekend edition. It included a front page story on CEO's and other corporate types abusing the company flying time. I left the story behind but had meant to post something about what bothered me, and presumably other readers. Namely, how the privacy of these CEO's was violated by turning in golf scores and having reporters dig up those rounds via GHIN.com to confirm when they were taking trips.
Well, Golf World's Ron Sirak has done a nice job summarizing this and the pros and cons with handicaps available online.