Golfers like to pamper themselves. They buy special clothes and fancy equipment. They seek instruction. They demand finely manicured lawns. The beverage cart -- driven usually by a pretty young thing -- spares them the indignity of using a vending machine. But for some hackers, accoutrements mean nothing; hitting a ball and running after it matter most. To those golfers, we recommend Minor Park Golf Course. With little water and no sand, the course is conducive to fast play. Minor Park measures less than 5,800 yards, so the spray-prone driver can stay in the trunk, where it can do no damage; birdies are eager to be claimed for the short-and-straight hitter. And Minor Park is as easy on the wallet is as it on scorecards. At 3 p.m., the $21 greens fee ($19 on weekdays) drops to $15. At 6 p.m., the price is only $10. With a spring in his or her step, an after-6 golfer can squeeze in a full round before the sun sets.