The golf industry finds itself in a tough spot, with more people leaving the sport than are taking it up, at least in the United States. But overseas growth, especially in Asia, remains strong.
The golf industry finds itself in a tough spot, with more people leaving the sport than are taking it up, at least in the United States. But overseas growth, especially in Asia, remains strong. File photo
The golf industry finds itself in a tough spot, with more people leaving the sport than are taking it up, at least in the United States. But overseas growth, especially in Asia, remains strong. File photo

Golf in the rough as thousands leave sport

May 25, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 24, 2014 02:15 PM

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