1. More options & Prices - there must be less expensive options at every course. Let's try offering 6, 9, 12, 15, and 18 hole options. A golfer could decide based on how much time they have and pick a price that suits them.
2. Turn the course into a Executive Course - why can't every course have tee boxes at a par 3 distance on every hole? Turn your course into a par 3 executive course. This speeds up play and gives beginners a less severe experience of the same course. You don't have to build tee boxes. Simply mow down some areas and place markers at the distances that will inspire the golfers to be play the holes as par 3's.
3. Family, youth and ladies days - designate a day or time of day that families, juniors, and ladies have priority. Discount prices, deals in the pro shop, invite a friend day, and other programs should be developed.
4. Business sponsorships- work with local businesses and vendors to sponsor beginners to play rounds, take lessons, or attend clinics. The businesses would have an opportunity to sell to the golfers, increase play at the course, and build business. People love free or discounted stuff.
5. Make the Game easier - let's be serious here. The Rules of Golf are too hard to follow for the beginner golfer. Let's have some simple rules for the beginner and stop trying to make everyone a elite competitor. Swing the club, hit the ball, get it in the hole in the fewest strokes possible. Add bigger holes on the greens for beginners or whomever wants to use the holes that are double the size of a regulation hole. This is being done now at a few places in the country. With great success.