Imagine you are a young child living in rural Scotland. You don’t know much about golf except for the municipal course called Lethamhill near your school that the teenagers used to try to sneak onto before it closed down.
One afternoon, some visitors come into your class and explain they are going to build a massive golf facility to replace Lethamhill. Instead of telling your class what they will change, they ask some questions.
First, what would you want in a golf facility? Immediately, one of your classmates raises her hand and asks if they could keep the pitch and putt course at Lethamhill because her family used to go there every Saturday. Your teacher chimes in and says it would be nice if they implemented trails around the facility for families who just wanted to spend time there but not play golf.
The visitors smile brightly and tell your class, “Yes, we will implement those things and more. But one more question for all the kids. Would you all be willing to participate in the design of the three...
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