Golf Courses In The 1980s And 90s

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The 1980s and 90s were boom times but all goods things eventually come to an end. There will no doubt be good times again but right now individuals, businesses and communities have to adapt to economic realities in which people have less disposable income for some of the things they used to spend money on. One of these is golf. The number of gold courses grew throughout the United States in the 80s and 90s and the same was the case in Japan. Today, however, there aren't enough players anymore to support the number of courses, so many have closed. This creates the opportunity for development in places where middle-aged, mostly white males used to drive silly little carts and hit a little white ball with a club.

Golf courses may be repurposed
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