According to data from The National Golf Foundation, participation in the game of golf in the United States, and especially Michigan, has been flat or declining since its peak in 2003. The number of golfers has dropped by 12.9 percent for one reason or another, and rounds played have dropped by 5 percent. While the data suggests that this shrinking pool of players are actually playing more individual rounds of golf, the challenge is daunting: How do we make golf more fun and bring that 12.9 percent back into the game? And more importantly, how can we help make that “one or two rounder a year” into an avid golfer?

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