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Weekend Journal (Golf) #935635

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 06, 2009
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(Studio & Long Island: Jeff Glor) The impact of the economy on the sport of golf featured; scenes shown from The Hamlet country club on Long Island, New York; golf financial statistics cited; details given about the trends at golf courses & golf shops. [Hamlet & Golf Country Club manager Barry WEISBERG†- says the initiation fee has been waived.] [National Golf Foundation vice president Greg NATHAN†- says the golf industry has been affected.] [Hamlet head pro Chris CARTER†- says golf overbuilt in the '90s.] [Goldsmith manager Chris VERRARA†- cites the discounts on golf clubs.]
Reporter(s):
Glor, Jeff
Duration:
00:02:50

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