There are never enough courses.
Not crucifying rob, but are there too many playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts in KC metro? Not all folks want to drive to have a fitness opportunity, nor want to spend the time driving, so am not sure when there are too many courses as long they being visited and utilized, then they are a worth while entity. Mowing costs become an issue, but if a town only has one course then mowing should never be an issue. If they have several courses, I believe that shorter courses and 9 holers are a great way to go to and grow the sport ie Penn Valley Park(why not a 9 holer here?). These smaller courses are easier to maintain, more beginner friendly, and often will fit into an established park with all of their preexisting amenities. More courses in my opinion means more opportunities(for growth of sport and club.) due to proximity and ease of finding a course.
Printing professional looking flyers and signs off in color is a drop in the bucket for the reach and scope in the present and future. The issue is lack of space or no access on some of kiosks in town. I agree with Tracy about marketing and we need to be more obnoxious with our marketing and really get it out there. I would still like to see "KCFDC League tonight" signs during league. On those signs you could list out
1 history of club
2 what we do
3 and how to get involved etc
Our problems of too many courses is better than many towns who wish they had more than a couple places to play.