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Minnesota golfers glad to be back playing, adapting to many changes

KSTP Sports
Created: May 20, 2020 09:43 AM

KSTP's Chris Long stopped by a few Twin Cities area golf courses to see how their staff and consumers are adapting to all the new policies.

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Among changes: social distancing, one rider per cart, no sharing of clubs, and how courses handle flag sticks and holes.

With little else to do, no surprise that many Minnesota courses have been as busy as ever. But many clubhouses and pro shops are still closed. In other words, a solid source of revenue is lost.


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