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How Golf Lost Its Game... and How It Can Get It Back

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by Garry Carl
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How Golf Lost Its Game... and How It Can Get It Back by Garry Carl

"How Golf Lost Its Game..." is a book about modern day culture and how that culture has impacted a game that 36 Million North Americans play. Think about the stakes. At $89 Billion annually Golf is as big as Motion Pictures. While Golf is growing in Asia, on this continent it's a different story. Participation is waning and courses are closing. As Golf stays silent, one insider speaks out. Throughout his consulting career at KPMG and Global Golf Advisers, Garry Carl has written extensively about the challenges facing the game. Now he has published a compelling inside look that provides the reader with provocative thoughts on where the game should be going in the 21st Century.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 117
Size: 892 KB
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781329968561 (DRM-EPUB)

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