The worse offenders are men 25-35, I wish I had a buck for every time I've watched a group like this hit their second shots from the reds. The easiest way to make this happen is for courses to move the tees forward. I run a senior league and we play from the whites on modest length holes and the gold/reds on the long 4's and 5's and it works very well. There are valid arguments for using either handicaps or length of drive to determine tee boxes for open play however, for league play handicaps are better because they are the most valid consistent measurement. Also figuring out an average driving distance is very difficult. On any given day or hole I can hit one 270+ or dribble one 20 yards. My advise to course management don't put out the blues or blacks unless you are having a tournament where you have a high caliber level of competition. Golf is in a slump because after the Tiger boom lots of courses were built as if they were hosting the US Open every week and new players flocked to them and then quit because of the difficulty, tee it forward is a great concept because it puts people at an enjoyable comfort level but as I said earlier the easiest way for courses to enforce this is to not put out the back tee blocks.