After 24 years as tournament director of the PGA Tour Champions, which followed 24 years as a director of golf and club manager at facilities in central Florida, I have learned something about golf: Personality traits are the No. 1 cause of slow play. There are four styles of behavior: Drivers, Persuaders, Craftsmen and Analyzers. I wrote my master’s thesis on the topic, and here is a condensed version of my findings. A Driver can be characterized as one who is blunt and takes a direct approach toward everything. It’s hard to miss a Driver’s urgency in getting things done and bottom-line results. Drivers likely will walk up, tee the ball, put the head down and rip it. Lanny Wadkins, Mark Calcavecchia, John Daly and Craig Stadler serve as good examples of golfers with a Driver personality. They hit and start walking before the ball is down. They rarely get challenged for slow play. They are bottom-line, results-oriented players.