Vartan Kupelian punches holes in the theory that distance measuring devices will
slow up (err speed up!) play, as their makers and the USGA's David Fay have insisted.
One point continues to be left out in these counterpoint arguments. Well, two actually.
One, the speed of play increase theory assumes that a majority of golfers would actually purchase the devices. They won't. Not at $200 plus.
Also, there are not studies I'm aware of proving (or even hinting) that pace of play increased when all golfers in a tournament round had access too these devices (compared to a day without them).